HOW TO HELP
- harborGood: A network to help match people who need assistance with those willing to help.
- Central Carolina Community Fund: 100% of all donations goes to Midlands flood relief organizations. Be sure to note "#SCFlood" on the form.
- SC's minor league baseball teams launch GoFundMe page with $10,000 for flood victims (ABC News 4).
- SC Gov: Death toll from flooding rises to 16, next 48 hours is critical (ABC News 4).
- Governor predicts days ahead will be volatile (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Historic, 1,000-year flood ‘like nothing South Carolina has ever seen’ (Post & Courier).
- Video, photos give better look at Lowcountry flooding (Live 5 News).
- Crews rescue more than 50 from North Charleston neighborhood (ABC News 4).
- Many victims now turn to paying for flood damage with city's help (ABC News 4).
- Business owners, individuals can apply now for federal aid (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- NOW WHAT? Important phone numbers, info you'll need (Live 5 News).
- State: Beware of scam artists in wake of disaster (Post & Courier).
- Officials: 18 dams being monitored, 9 breached, 1 intentionally breached (News 2).
- Roads crumbling under strain of floodwaters (ABC News 4).
- Relief efforts kick in: Water Missions sends water purification systems to Columbia (ABC News 4).
- ‘Flood Gawkers’ make bad situation, even worse (News 2).
- Summerville neighborhood's residents watch river's floodwater fill streets, property (ABC News 4).
- West Ashley church destroyed by floodwaters (Live 5 News).
- Neighbors turn trucks to ferries to get people across flooded road in Berkeley County (ABC News 4).
- Concerns over rising Edisto River, residents urged to evacuate (Live 5 News).
- S.C. Pastor Braves Floodwaters to Save Casket for Grieving Family (NECN).
- Weekend’s historic rains will continue to plague trees for weeks, even years (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley County Rescue Squad saves fellow squad member (News 2).
- Boy, 12, makes the most of flooded neighborhood with front porch fishing (ABC News 4 ).
- Widow of fallen Forest Acres police officer volunteers at Harvest Hope (Live 5 News).
- Town of Kingstree shut down, isolated by floodwaters of Black River (ABC News 4).
- Flooding a “shipwreck” for area farms (Post & Courier).
- Oyster season closes two days after it began (Charleston City Paper).
- Charitable food events taken down by flooding (Post & Courier).
- Palmetto Brewing to Host Pop Up Dinner with John Lewis (HCS).
- Lotus Vietnamese Cuisine Unlocked the Doors Yesterday: Here's the Menu (Eater Charleston).
- Poogan's Porch Returns to Palmetto Brewing for Annual Pig Roast & Bourbon Sip (HCS).
- Ellis Creek puts a contemporary twist on fish camp fare (Post & Courier).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Seasonings lacking in normally vibrant Southern-Cajun-Creole culinary mix (Post & Courier).
- Measuring the Charleston storm by the Waffle House Index (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston-Based Callie's Hot Little Biscuit Is Coming to Atlanta (Eater Charleston).
- No Kid Hungry Dinner, Prohibition Beer Dinner, John Lewis Dinner (Eater Charleston).
- Colbert takes issue after Joaquin gets 'intimate' with South Carolina (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina ‘not 100 percent sure’ home game against LSU will go on as planned (Post & Courier).
- Carolina Surf Film Festival Returns for 2nd Edition (HCS).
- Charleston’s Bulldog Tours in the Running for Best Ghost Tour in the Country (10 Best).
- That BIG Book Sale Returns on October 9th (HCS).
- Former Charleston Southern walk-on Charles James becomes instant celebrity thanks to HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks’ (Post & Courier).
- Kiawah Island Golf Resort Operational After Historic Rain Event (Kiawah Resort).
- High school football teams back in action (Post & Courier).
- Just Announced: Star-studded Pro-Am Jam & golf tournament; new Rockumentary series at the Grove (Post & Courier).
- Southern Charm Cast Responds to Record-Breaking South Carolina Floods (Bravo).
- Tourists try enjoying Charleston amid stormy weather (Post & Courier).
- You can now stream local band Youth Model's "Open Season" EP (SoundCloud).
- Spoleto Festival announces production of ‘Porgy and Bess’ (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Art Explosion Scheduled for 10/16 (HCS).
- Matt Monday Confirms Release Date for “Filthy” Album (MattMondayMusic).
- Scorecard backs The Citadel’s legendary networking, flunks Art Institute (Post & Courier).
- ‘Charleston Syllabus’ Events Prompt Discussions on Race (CofC).
- Emanuel AME shooting victim’s husband files lawsuit seeking transparency (Post & Courier).
- Report: North Charleston, Charleston among fastest-growing U.S. economies (Post & Courier).
- Facebook video of man trying to touch dolphins on Folly sparks probe (Post & Courier).
- Bad Bitches Scholarship Application (Google Docs).
- The Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum’s education department needs help in their search for local veterans who served in the Korean War Battle of Chosin Reservoir. They are currently researching the battle for a symposium that will be held on December 3rd. Veterans who are willing to participate in the event are asked to call 843.216.5034 or email CLee@PatriotsPoint.org.
- Volvo promises to invest $1B in South Carolina by 2030 (Live 5 News).
- BoomTown to move offices to bigger space on Charleston peninsula (Post & Courier).
- US forecast calls for lower heating bills this winter (Live 5 News).