- Charleston mayoral candidates ramp up campaigns one week from election (Live 5 News).
- Judge sets hearings for defendants in SC church shooting (ABC News 4).
- Summerville man dies, N. Charleston man arrested after shootout with 13-year-old (Post & Courier).
- World War II veteran still suffers effects of mustard gas experiments (Post & Courier).
- Emanuel AME considering donation to survivors of church massacre (Post & Courier).
- WATCH: Exclusive Charleston Mayoral debate (WCBD).
- Civil rights leaders demand apology from N. Charleston mayor over ‘retribution’ comment (Live 5 News).
- Charleston on brink of rain record (Post & Courier).
- Deputies searching for missing Johns Island man (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Grit & Holy City Sinner Host a Mash Up….at Mash! (HCS).
- Sponsor a Local Family’s Thanksgiving Meal Through Hamby Catering & Events (HCS).
- Anthony Bourdain captures Charleston in ‘Parts Unknown’ (Post & Courier).
- Talks Charleston cuisine, Bill Murray and Waffle House (ABC News 4).
- Gets a taste of Rodney Scott’s famous barbecue (Charleston City Paper).
- Parlor Deluxe: Sweet, savory treats turn everyday items into deliciousness (Post & Courier).
- Animal Society’s Chili Cook-Off & Oyster Roast Set for 11/21 (HCS).
- Leon’s cracks open new private space The Oyster Shed (Post & Courier).
- Gnome Cafe Open: Here’s a Look Inside (Eater Charleston).
- Vegan Plates Pop Up on Social Media (Eater Charleston).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Nothing Finer Than A Diner (Yelp Charleston).
- Free grocery giveaway planned in North Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Xiao Bao Biscuit Celebrates Anniversary and Noodles Without Borders; Tour Hutson Alley (Eater Charleston).
- La Fête du Beaujolais Nouveau at Fish (HCS).
- Here’s what Matt Lee thinks you should listen to while oyster shucking (Charleston City Paper).
- Lee Lee’s Next Mash-up Dinner Features Chef Keeler from Two Boroughs Larder (HCS).
- Oak Steakhouse Hosts the Next Good Catch Dinner (HCS).
- Showing brewery visitors the way to take a tour (Post & Courier).
- Gin Joint Hosts Its First Ever Guest Bartender this Saturday (HCS).
- Jonathan Ory Seeking Tenants for Food Court Wonderland in Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- From ducks to vegetables, the confusing world of confit (Charleston City Paper).
- Mercantile and Mash Offering Thanksgiving To-Go (HCS).
- Grand Bohemian hotel’s Élevé restaurant is hit or miss (Charleston City Paper).
- Agassi, Roddick to play in Charleston (ABC News 4).
- Ellie Goulding Plans June Tour Stop in Daniel Island (HCS).
- 2015 City Paper Music Awards (Charleston City Paper).
- Spawn of T-Rav: Second Ravenel Baby Arrives (HCS).
- R.L. Stine, Richelle Mead among many authors in town for YallFest (Post & Courier).
- Review of Grace Potter’s Charleston show (Disco Teepee).
- St. Paul and the Broken Bones Visit CMH this Winter (HCS).
- Spend Friday the 13th chasing Bigfoot in the dark at Middleton Place Woodlands (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s Holiday Market Returns This Weekend (HCS).
- Academic Magnet, Wando, Ellenburg claim cross country titles (Post & Courier).
- CSO Searching for Nation’s Top Young Musicians (HCS).
- College of Charleston Violin Professor Wins Singaporean Composers Award (Lowcountry Today).
- MRSOE! Presents Stand-Up at The Sparrow with Efthimios Nasiopoulos (HCS).
- The Huddle Week 12: Playoff matchups set (ABC News 4).
- Independent film scene in South Carolina sees plenty of action as more creators, festivals pop up (Post & Courier).
- Citadel Mall Hosts Breakfast with Santa Benefiting Toys for Tots (HCS).
- LIVE REVIEW: Ben Folds wins over Music Hall audience with wit, charm, and talent (Charleston City Paper).
- College of Charleston opens basketball season against South Carolina State on Friday (Post & Courier).
- Elon University football player Demitri Allison plunges to death (News 2).
- Study: South Carolina the ‘Wild West’ of loose ethics (Post & Courier).
- Sen. Ted Cruz To Speak at College’s Bully Pulpit Series (CofC).
- State appeals court won’t hear SC cruise case before 2016 (Post & Courier).
- Lindsey Graham running TV ads in New Hampshire today featuring John McCain (Post & Courier).
- Storm-ravaged beaches prompt federal aid requests from Folly, IOP (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County officials working on ‘over representation’ of blacks in jail (Live 5 News).
- Black leaders angry over Mayor Keith Summey’s retaliation pledge (Post & Courier).
- Law school to drop legal actions against professors (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Chris Covert (HCS).
- DSS asks for additional $32 million to hire caseworkers (Post & Courier).
- Town Council approves first reading of ordinance changing Summerville mayor’s role (Live 5 News).
- State agency issuing more fines against abortion clinics (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Councilman James Lewis (HCS).
- Heroin overdose deaths casting dark shadow on Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
- Crews responding to possible body found at North Bridge (ABC News 4).
- Officials: No helicopter crash, chopper was just treating for skeeters (ABC News 4).
- Coast Guard stops its search for a man who jumped into the Ashley River & never resurfaced (News 2).
- Charleston Hope Lodge helps cancer patients focus on healing (ABC News 4).
- First of its kind playground opens for people of all abilities (Live 5 News).
- Internal email: Nason Medical Center closes doors, lays off employees (ABC News 4).
- Center for Women will host its Annual Conference on Friday, February 19, 2016 titled “Passion. Power. Purpose.” They are currently seeking speakers to present on various topics, both personally and professionally (C4W).
- Bridge pier painted Charleston colors revealed (ABC News 4).
- On 12/3, Patriots Point will host a free symposium on the most well-known battle of the Korean War, the Battle of Chosin Reservoir (Patriots Point).
- Actress Reese Witherspoon eyeing Charleston for new retail store (post & Courier).
- Charleston’s expanded Restoration to open in December (Post & Courier).
- The Regatta Inn in Folly Beach is celebrating its 1st anniversary by offering a special room rate of $199 per night available every Monday through Thursday throughout November.
- North Charleston honors more than 500 veterans (Live 5 News).
- USACares Launches SC Chapter to Help Veterans (HCS).
- Unclaimed dead in Beaufort County kept in boxes in coroner’s closet (The Island Packet).
- Benefitfocus inks $46 million deal in Q3 (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Blotter: Couch full of rats (Charleston City Paper).
- Art Cobert more than a war hero to patients, staff at Mount Pleasant Hospital (ABC News 4).
- JetBlue adding 2nd flight to Boston (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- SCE&G secures gas leak on Folly Beach (Live 5 News).
- Former North Charleston car lot owner sentenced for money laundering (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Georgetown woman leads law enforcement on vehicle chase for second time this week (Live 5 News).
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