- Down in the flood: Historic storm forever transforms the Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
- Governor: South Carolina moving into widespread recovery phase (ABC News 4).
- While inland areas deal with floodwaters, beaches battle severe erosion from storm (ABC News 4).
- Some Lowcountry residents see positive signs after flooding devastates communities (Post & Courier).
- SCDOT begins clean-up efforts (ABC News 4).
- Floods cost $2.2M in damages in Florence County, preliminary report says (News 2).
- BlueCross donates $1M to flood relief effort in S.C.; BP Foundation gives $50,000 (Post & Courier).
- Residents along Edisto River still wading out flood waters (ABC News 4).
- I-Team: Getting FEMA help after a denial (News 2).
- Williamsburg Co.: FEMA claim number required to receive donated goods (Live 5 News).
- Ashborough neighborhood tears out water damaged property, prepares to rebuild (ABC News 4).
- McClellanville area taking care of first responders, despite lack of flooding emergencies (ABC News 4).
TOP (Non Flood Related) STORIES
- City of North Charleston approves $6.5 million settlement with Walter Scott family (Live 5 News).
- Coroner IDs teen killed in botched Waffle House robbery (ABC News 4).
- 911 calls provide more detail about fatal Waffle House shooting (Post & Courier).
- Attorney: Judge will lift gag order on some items in Charleston Shooting case (ABC News 4).
- Exclusive: Ex-Benghazi investigator alleges SC Rep. Gowdy violated federal law (MSNBC).
- Baby delivered after pregnant woman stabbed to death (News 2).
- Bond denied (Live 5 News).
- Atlanta Chef Ford Fry will open Superica in Cigar Factory in 2016 (Charleston City Paper).
- W. Coast brewer still eyeing Charleston for E. Coast headquarters (Post & Courier).
- Stage Deli co-owner hints at deli future in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- The Review: Spero (HCS).
- Revelry Brewing’s One Year Sausagefest Party is Set for 10/25 (HCS).
- Anson Restaurant Teases a Peek at Its New Bar (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston firm to redevelop Mount Pleasant restaurant sites (Post & Courier).
- Bay Street Biergarten Unveils New Fall Menu Items (HCS).
- Celebratory side of sparkling to shine at DimSumPalooza (Post & Courier).
- ‘Leavey,’ film about military hero starring Kate Mara, to film in Charleston; extras needed (Post & Courier).
- Ticketing Info and Schedule for “Be More Tea” Festival Announced (HCS).
- The Bobby Bones Show’s Raging Idiots Plan Flood Relief Concert (HCS).
- Singer/Songwriter Angie Grenadier, a Charleston native, has released a song dedicated to honor those killed in the Emanuel AME Church shooting (SoundCloud).
- Studio 300 Party Returns to The Alley this November (HCS).
- Local band Nepotism released a music video for the song “Televisions” (YouTube).
- Call for Artists – 5th Annual Mural Competition (Charleston Pour House).
- Gaillard Center opens with ceremony and praise (Post & Courier).
- Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival Back at the Sottile (HCS).
- Dabo Swinney tired of ‘Clemsoning’ talk (News 2).
- Charleston Christmas Special Marks 20th Anniversary this December (HCS).
- Take Steps For Crohn’s & Colitis on 11/1 (HCS).
- Charleston Southern’s Solomon Brown named Big South freshman of the week (Post & Courier).
- Windjammer & Awendaw Green Host Windwood Island Jam Fundraiser (HCS).
- Charleston mayoral campaigns revving up for Election Day (Post & Courier).
- First-ever F&B mayoral candidate forum draws crowd (Post & Courier).
- New campaign highlights lack of legal protection for LGBT couples (Charleston City Paper).
- Hillary Clinton far ahead among S.C. Democrats in latest CNN poll (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Director of Planning Jacob Lindsey (HCS).
- Death row inmate who killed trooper in Berkeley County found dead while awaiting new sentence (Post & Courier).
- Father of Citadel graduate killed on I-26 sues driver, others (Post & Courier).
- Summerville man among 4 indicted on charge of forcing 14-year-old girl into prostitution (ABC News 4).
- Passenger dies, driver charged with DUI after a car crash in Colleton County (Live 5 News).
- Charleston medical tech firm PharmRight on way to raising $2.5M (Post & Courier).
- Charleston deputies to host second faith-based training seminar (Live 5 News).
- Community turns up after tree falls on Holly Hill family’s home (ABC News 4).
- Canadian drug firm moving finance office to Charleston region (Post & Courier).
- GCPD arrests Goose Creek man for child porn (ABC News 4).
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