- Emanuel AME victims’ families, survivors wait as loose ends hang (Post & Courier).
- P&C paints sad picture of corrupting power of money at Mother Emanuel (Charleston City Paper).
- Friend of accused church shooter pleads not guilty to charges of lying to investigators (Live 5 News).
- Judge recommends $100K bond (ABC News 4).
- PBS to host town hall discussion on Emanuel AME shooting (Post & Courier).
- Cleaned of encrustations, the H.L. Hunley becomes a real submarine (Washington Post).
- Crews recover body near North Bridge on Cosgrove Ave. (Live 5 News).
- City police announce new effort to ease local tension, develop new policies (Charleston City Paper).
- Dell’z Deli Reopens on Upper King in Midtown Bar & Grill (Eater Charleston).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- How to find a great cup of coffee in Charleston, S.C. — or wherever you go (Washington Post).
- Bay Street Biergarten Hosts Oktoberfest Event this Saturday (HCS).
- The Alley Releases New Fall Menu Items (HCS).
- Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day in Charleston (Charleston CVB).
- DNLCC’s Bus Shed Bash Oyster Roast and BBQ Set for 10/15 (HCS).
- Noisy Oyster celebrates 25 years with a facelift and menu enhancements (Lowcountry Biz SC).
- CofC grad and comedian Evan Berke launches new webseries Roaring 20s (Charleston City Paper).
- CARTA rolling out free Wi-Fi (Post & Courier).
- Pecha Kucha Returns from Brief Hiatus; Tix On Sale Tomorrow (HCS).
- Groundhog Day Benefit Concert Returns to the Music Hall this February (HCS).
- Family values made Robinson brothers into achievers, on and off football field (Post & Courier).
- The East Cooper Meals on Wheels “Ball Fall” is this Sunday (HCS).
- Local doctor’s idea blooms into trailblazing brain images of cellist’s performance (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry Orphan Relief Brings the Gatsby Gala Back (HCS).
- Trident Technical College offers a new Charleston Artisans Series (The Digitel).
- Down Syndrome Association’s 12th Buddy Walk Set for 10/4 (HCS).
- MRSOE! Presents Stand-Up at The Sparrow This Thursday (HCS).
- Fleet Feet Sports Summerville celebrates ribbon-cutting (CRBJ BizWire).
- Charleston mayoral candidates agree racial inequities persist (Post & Courier).
- State-owned buses broke down 219 times in first five weeks of school (Post & Courier).
- Fiorina begins three-day campaign swing in South Carolina (Live 5 News).
- Senator Graham to Participate in College of Charleston’s “Bully Pulpit Series” (CofC).
- City council considers zone change for tattoo parlors (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston gets $1.9M federal grant to improve policing (Post & Courier).
- Rick Santorum returning to South Carolina for campaign swing (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Charleston County RMC Charlie Lybrand (HCS).
- Pope’s visit to Congress has 200-year-old roots in Holy City (ABC News 4).
- Moldy food at Edisto High has some parents concerned, grossed out (Live 5 News).
- Two more women poised to join South Carolina’s ‘men’s club’ (Post & Courier).
- Local school districts address policies for transgender students (Live 5 News).
- New program in South Carolina teaches Computer Animation to high school dropout (Carolina Panorama).
- Greenville Hosts GOP Candidates For “Take Back America” Forum (News 2).
- NAN to call for criminal charges against deputies involved in Shamir Palmer shooting (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Rob Fowler (HCS).
- Yep, that Star Wars-themed Dreamliner was built in North Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina Catholics eager to see Pope Francis on first U.S. visit (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry child cancer awareness advocates denied access to Washington, D.C. park (ABC News 4).
- Ladson man sentenced to 45 years in prison for raping child (Live 5 News).
- 150-year-old Civil War relic returns to Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Deputies searching for person in North Chas. shooting (Live 5 News).
- Charleston PD searching for man wanted in downtown robbery, shooting (Live 5 News).
- Longtime TV repair, record shop closes in downtown Charleston (Post & Courier).
- One injured after accident involving motorcycle on Bees Ferry Rd. (Live 5 News).
- Pee Dee farmers remain dedicated to tobacco production (Post & Courier).
- Guardian of abused girl files lawsuit against DSS (Live 5 News).
- HP: Driver trying to avoid law enforcement hit firefighter head-on (Live 5 News).
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