- 911 calls released in North Charleston Olive Garden shooting (ABC News 4).
- From church room where 9 were killed, Congress members talk racism, forgiveness (ABC News 4).
- Two men questioned, released after false reports of shots fired at Northwoods Mall (Post & Courier).
- Charleston police searching for runaway teenager (Live 5 News).
- Survivor: Rescued Hanahan fire station dog has become world famous (Post & Courier).
- Top Chef winner Kristen Kish opening Charleston restaurant with Brooks Reitz (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston couple lands products in big-name retailers (Post & Courier).
- Hall’s Chophouse is the best steakhouse in America, according to Yelp (Yahoo Finance).
- Boone’s Bar Premieres Slick New ‘Second Story’ (Eater Charleston).
- Altruistic Charleston food trucks pay-it-forward (Charleston City Paper).
- Harold’s Cabin Hosted Soft Opening Over the Weekend (Eater Charleston).
- 2nd Taste of Hutson Alley Street Fair Set for 4/7 (HCS).
- Maverick Southern Kitchens founder retiring, closing Charleston Cooks (Post & Courier).
- 27 Things You Need to Eat in Charleston Before You Die (Spoon University).
- Meet Chef Ludo Lefebvre next week at Le Creuset’s L’Atelier (Charleston City Paper).
- First Soft-Shell Crab of the Season Lands at Cypress (Eater Charleston).
- Gospel choir to perform at Sermets Downtown (Post & Courier).
- Hootie & the Blowfish Announce 2016 HomeGrown Concert Dates (HCS).
- Charleston picked as 5th Best City to Spend a Weekend Iin (Thrillist).
- The 1975 to Play Daniel Island this June (HCS).
- Road closures scheduled for Cooper River Bridge Run (Live 5 News).
- Is sad Bill Murray the new crying Jordan? (News 2).
- Women’s tennis rides ‘coattails’ of men? No way, says Volvo Car Open director (Post & Courier).
- Ashley River bike lane test set for April to May (Post & Courier).
- Colonial Lake reopening in sections with dedication set for June 4 (Post & Courier).
- House to fund about $400M in roadwork but reject Senate plan (ABC News 4).
- Sign up now for this Friday’s Creative Mornings talk on Change (Charleston City Paper).
- Audit: School district lost control of its budget (Post & Courier).
- Mayors support East Cooper Land Trust plans to protect, promote green areas (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: CCSD Chairwoman Cindy Bohn Coats (HCS).
- County leaders kick off Sheep Island interchange construction (ABC News 4).
- Mercedes-Benz Van employee seriously injured in factory accident (ABC News 4).
- Tons of trash netted in Ashley River cleanup (Post & Courier).
- Berkeley Co. deputies investigating club bouncer shooting (Live 5 News).
- Police investigate reported shooting at Dorchester Road Family Dollar store (News 2).
- Charleston among Top 20 Most Charming Small Cities in America (Post & Courier).
- Conway Fire Chief says ‘tragic accident’ killed firefighter (ABC News 4).
- Groundbreaking being held for Volvo interchange (ABC News 4).
- OSHA investigating after accident at Daimler assembly plant injures one (Live 5 News).
- Couple dies in early morning house fire (ABC News 4).
- Funeral details set for Fallen Greenville Police officer Jacobs (News 2).
- Death of Marine recruit at Parris Island under investigation (ABC News 4).
- Cigar Factory Awarded Preservation’s Best of 2015 (HCS).
- Affordable Housing Task Force meets in Mt. Pleasant (News 2).
- Lowcountry AIDS Services Launches Mega Raffle with $40k in Cash Prizes (HCS).
- WANTED: Thief makes off with $20k guitar at Hilton Head show (Live 5 News).
- Inland wind farms could be part of Lowcountry future (Post & Courier).
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