- Coastal Flooding due to King Tides causes road closures during morning commute (News 2).
- Expect more morning flooding as rains and high tides continue (Charleston City Paper).
- City parking garages to offer free space for residents with flooding concerns (Live 5 News).
- Outrage after South Carolina officer throws, arrests student in classroom (CNN).
- Immediate action pledged from Richland 2 leaders (Live 5 News).
- Deputy taped tossing black student sued in the past over excessive force (Post & Courier).
- Official: No state charges for officer who fatally shot teen; Dash cam footage released (News 2).
- Solicitor says Seneca teen had no intention of stopping (ABC News 4).
- Shooting ‘unjustified,’ expert says (Post & Courier).
- Attorneys file federal civil rights lawsuit against Dorchester County coroner (ABC News 4).
- Orangeburg sheriff to give update on Holly Hill quadruple murder (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s 2015 Halloween Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
- A GoFundMe page has been set up to help cover the medical bills for Ryan Dedrickson of Zombie Bob’s Pizza. On October 21st, he was injured while working on his food truck. He was electrocuted which stopped his heart for a few minutes. Thankfully, he appears to be on the road to recovery. Donate here.
- Hey Summerville, you’re getting a Boxcar Betty’s (Charleston City Paper).
- 2015 Food Film Festival Tickets & Schedule (HCS).
- Can’t-Miss Food Film Events Happening in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- A jaw-dropping lesson in butchery at Blood on the River (Charleston City Paper).
- Mac-Off organizers vow to address complaints (Post & Courier).
- Slow Food USA keen on fast food partnership (Post & Courier).
- The Charleston Wine + Food Festival is looking for artisans, makers, chefs, distillers, and more to participate in the 2016 culinary village (CHSWFF).
- Attorney for highly-recruited high school running back to announce lawsuit following hazing incident (News 2).
- Vote for Charleston’s Hottest Bartenders (Charleston City Paper).
- Basketball Tourney Takes Over the Yorktown’s Deck this Saturday (HCS).
- Photographer’s exhibit features the faces of Charleston’s East Side (Live 5 News).
- Rock-A-Bill-A-Que Returns to Park Circle on 11/14 (HCS).
- This year’s Follypalooza raised an estimated $30,000 for charity (Folly Beach).
- Jill Scott Plays the North Charleston PAC on 12/8 (HCS).
- College of Charleston picked ninth in CAA preseason poll (Post & Courier).
- Sergio Odeith’s newest mural comes to the Children’s Museum (Charleston City Paper).
- Southern Charm’s Cameran Eubanks on Southern Style, Those Long Lashes and What’s Going on with Thomas and Kathryn (Style News).
- Citadel’s win streak started when turnovers stopped (Post & Courier).
- Marytree posted their entire 10/18/15 show at the Music Farm on YouTube.
- Profiling Charleston’s mayoral candidates: John Tecklenburg (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Ginny Deerin (HCS).
- Charleston County School Board votes to define scope of audit (Post & Courier).
- Matthews sworn in to fill seat of slain SC state senator (ABC News 4).
- Sen. Scott calls trip to Gitmo “fascinating experience” (Live 5 News).
- Ex-prosecutor Wetmore named new Folly Beach city manager (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County’s Charleston Center Highlights National Red Ribbon Week (Charleston County).
- Report: Gender wage gap hurts S.C. economy (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Hillary Clinton to guest on Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ on Tuesday (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County Consolidated 9-1-1 Center Awarded Communications Center of the Year for South Carolina and Receives Reaccreditation (Charleston County).
- New Mount Pleasant school that required patience to build is dedicated (Post & Courier).
- Barricaded suspect taken peacefully into custody, police say (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry Unity Fund of Coastal Community Foundation Accepting Mini Grant Applications (Coastal Community Foundation).
- Police identify man accused of threatening to cut officer with box cutter (Live 5 News).
- S.C. flooding caused $250,000 in lost revenue at Patriots Point (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Homeowners faced with big bills to fix dams deemed unsafe (ABC News 4).
- Report: Gun used in fatal NYPD shooting was bought at SC store (WISTV).
- Berkeley High student arrested for having loaded gun in bookbag (ABC News 4).
- Lowline park looks to connect the city with new greenway (Charleston City Paper).
- Statewide road/bridge closures down to 113; many to be long term repairs (ABC News 4).
- Utilities hope new deal will hold down South Carolina nuke plant costs (Post & Courier).
- Cypress Creek Renewables plans 6 more S.C. solar energy projects (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Summerville man arrested on child porn charges (ABC News 4).
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