- Charleston Mayor Joe Riley thanks Holy City for “extended opportunity” to serve (Post & Courier).
- Homeless 'Tent City' residents, advocates seek allies (ABC News 4).
- Fires break out near Spring Street and on Savannah Highway (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant teen jailed in stabbing death files for immunity under self-defense law (Post & Courier).
- Sullivan’s makes list of Top 10 ‘happiest seaside towns’ (Post & Courier).
- Four strong choices for Restaurant Week steak-and-cake (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Restaurant Week costs creep past NYC Restaurant Week price (Post & Courier).
- Veggie Bin closes Park Circle location (Post & Courier).
- Fancy Soda Shop Parlor Deluxe Applies For Beer and Wine Permit (Eater Charleston).
- Find comfort and joy in the warming dishes of Park Circle’s Lotus Vietnamese Cuisine (Post & Courier).
- Fresh and flavorful Vietnamese cuisine comes to Park Circle (Charleston City Paper).
- This Sunday is Save the Light's Oyster Roast (HCS).
- AutoBanh Food Truck Finds Permanent Home at Tin Roof (Eater Charleston).
- Chinese-Southern cuisine thrives at North Charleston institution (Post & Courier).
- #DinnerOnDave The Green Goat Edition (ABC News 4).
- Comedian David Cross Visits the Gaillard Theatre on 2/25 (HCS).
- Last Clemson-Alabama game launched dynasty and led to change (ABC News 4).
- ESPN’s Megacast Returns for College Football Playoff National Championship (ESPN).
- Cam Newton hosts Charleston shooting victims for Buc game in Charlotte (ABC News 4).
- Crab Claw drops "Titties at Noon" video (Charleston City Paper).
- Music-centric inaugural celebration features mayor-elect performing piano jazz (Charleston City Paper).
- The images from City Paper photographer Jonathan Boncek that we tried to cover up (Charleston City Paper).
- Byhalia, Mississippi premieres at Woolfe Street this Friday (Charleston City Paper).
- Obama’s gun plan will play into the South Carolina primaries (Post & Courier).
- Editorial: Obama’s worthy aim on guns (Post & Courier).
- Sheriff : Stricter background checks may not stop criminals from buying guns (Live 5 News).
- High school seniors in uproar over last-minute change to exam exemption policy (Post & Courier).
- Summerville mayor, council members to take oath (Post & Courier).
- Cultivating talented workforce among Charleston chamber’s top legislative priorities (Post & Courier).
- Panel takes look at South Carolina social welfare agency (ABC News 4).
- Legislators to participate in session preview (Post & Courier).
- Offshore wind turbine decision could come soon (Post & Courier).
- For overage kids at Northwoods Middle, a pathway to high school opens (Post & Coruier).
- S.C. business leaders support gas tax boost but not sure how much (Post & Courier)
- Charge dropped against assistant Charleston fire chief (ABC News 4).
- Two taken to the hospital after firefighters extinguish blaze in North Charleston (Live 5 News).
- North Charleston man second charged with attempted murder after shots fired at vehicle (Post & Courier).
- Authorities helping Upstate family search for stolen antique car (Post & Courier).
- Rifle Range Road back open after Wednesday night house fire (News 2).
- Shelters face financial burden, repeat offenders in cases of animal hoarding (Charleston City Paper).
- 22 horses seized from Orangeburg owner; 2 euthanized by animal control (News 2).
- Microbeads banned in many beauty, cleansing products (ABC News 4).