- 8 Citadel cadets suspended after white hood photos posted to social media (ABC News 4).
- The Citadel Releases Statement After Controversial Photos of Cadets Posted Online (HCS).
- O’Malley Campaign Calls for Removal of the Confederate Naval Jack Flag at The Citadel (News 2).
- National Action Network will demand resignation of Citadel president (Live 5 News).
- A quick tutorial on making a proper ghost costume for Citadel cadets (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina police shootings surpass record with case in Greenville County (Post & Courier).
- More than 30 members of Congress join Sanford in opposing offshore testing, drilling (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Restaurants Raining White Truffles (Eater Charleston).
- MOSAIC closing in Mt. Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- Free Bottle Engraving at Bottles TOMORROW ONLY (Charleston City Paper).
- WildFlour Pastry Expands With Second Store in West Ashley (Eater Charleston).
- Mercantile & Mash’s Dual Joints Bring Sophistication & Simplicity to Cigar Factory (Charleston Grit).
- Zac Brown Band’s Southern Ground Festival Returns in April (HCS).
- Starting Friday: Spike Lee’s Chi-Raq screens at the Terrace (Charleston City Paper).
- ‘Spirit’ returns for Holiday Parade of Boats (Post & Courier).
- Ian Rafferty, Tracy White bring NFL experience to Fort Dorchester coaching staff (Post & Courier).
- BEAU Magazine to Celebrate 1st Anniversary on Friday (HCS).
- Despite falling on same date, registration numbers for Reindeer, Kiawah runs are strong (Post & Courier).
- Several big holiday parades to hit the streets around town this weekend (Post & Courier).
- CSU football player Solomon Brown has concussion-prevention career goal (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County reaches $1M settlement with EMS employees over unpaid overtime (Post & Courier).
- Stegelin: Another mass shooting (Charleston City Paper).
- Winthrop drops name of white supremacist from award (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Larry Kobrovsky (HCS).
- New DHEC proposals could change how midwives practice in SC (ABC News 4).
- Call to track Muslims boosts Trump’s S.C. support among GOP base, worries party (Post & Courier).
- What TV Cameras Don’t Capture: Maps of Everyday Gun Violence in Charleston, Lafayette, and Other Mass Shooting Sites (The Trace).
- The Grinch drops gifts at MUSC before setting sail for Christmas (ABC News 4).
- What’s going around?: Week long virus hitting the Lowcountry (Live 5 News).
- After the great flood, Lowcountry salt marshes are less salty (Post & Courier).
- Final full moon of 2015 to fall on Christmas (ABC News 4).
- Local businesses team up with Tricounty Family Ministries for Toy & Coat Drive (Live 5 News).
- Fire sparks home on Spring Street (ABC News 4).
- Need a job? Hiring events held around the Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Meet Mary Beth Westmoreland, technology chief of Charleston-based Blackbaud (Post & Courier).
- Former SC deputy gets 9 months of probation for taking bribes (Live 5 News).
- Hundreds living free charged with violent crimes (News 2).
- Authorities investigating two Wednesday night armed robberies (Live 5 News).
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