- Remembering the Emanuel Nine: One Year Later (HCS).
- 'Forever changed' Charleston stronger, more faithful on anniversary of Emanuel shooting (ABC News 4).
- Analysis: A Year After Charleston Massacre, Hate Strikes Orlando (NBC News).
- Sister of Emanuel 9 victim speaks publicly about tragedy for the first time (Live 5 News).
- Mother Emanuel: One Year Later, The Better Angels of Our Nature (Charleston City Paper).
- Sen. Marlon Kimpson: Roof was a home-grown terrorist (ABC News 4).
- VIDEO: 'The Battle Hymn of the Republic' at Emanuel AME memorial service (ABC News 4).
- “Prayer Quilts for Mother Emanuel” exhibit on display until June 30 (News 2).
- The Hate that Remains, a Year After Charleston (The New Yorker).
- A Year Later Charleston, Still Wounded, Continues to Heal (EBONY).
- A year later, Chris Singleton’s words remain ‘undefeated’ (Post & Courier).
- On anniversary of tragedy, travelers make way to Emanuel for quiet prayers (ABC News 4).
- Peace, prayer mark scene outside Emanuel prayer service (ABC News 4).
- One year after Emanuel, Post and Courier pays it forward to the Orlando Sentinel (Charleston City Paper).
- President McConnell Reflects on the Tragedy at Emanuel A.M.E. Church (CofC).
- Video: Poet Marjory Wentworth Reads Her Poem "Holy City" (HCS).
- Prosecutor: Roof federal case conflicts with state, holidays (News 2).
- Remembering the Charleston Nine: 9 Years Later (HCS).
- Thunderstorms tear down trees, shut power out in Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Lowcountry's Hispanic LGBT community coping with Orlando shooting (ABC News 4).
- USCG: Juvenile boaters rescued from water near The Battery (ABC News 4).
- 2,000 gallons of sewage believed spilled into creek near Stono River in West Ashley (ABC News 4).
- Lewis Barbecue Hosts Previews This Week: Opening Imminent (Eater Charleston).
- Oak Steakhouse rolls out new happy hour menu (Charleston City Paper).
- Looking for fresh produce in S.C.? New online tool aims to help (Post & Courier).
- The Alley to Offer Full Weekend Brunch Menu (HCS).
- Chef de Cuisine Daniel Heinze Departs From McCrady’s (Eater Charleston).
- Downtown Five Loaves will open adjoining juice bar in July (Charleston City Paper).
- Chef Blake Joyal Exits The Westendorff After 8 Months (Eater Charleston).
- Find Pulled Pork and Southern Hospitality at Grady's Bar-B-Q (Eater Charleston).
- 6 forthcoming restaurants that need to open right now (Charleston City Paper).
- Pitching, timeliness at the forefront of RiverDogs’ dominant first half (Post & Courier).
- CofC Athletics Director Joe Hull stepping down (ABC News 4).
- Henry Rollins Brings Spoken Word Tour to the Music Hall (HCS).
- Cortes and Morris Added to South Atlantic League All-Star Roster (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Carolina Surf Film Festival Will Return for Year 3 (HCS).
- 5th Annual Drive Away Childhood Cancer Golf Tournament Scheduled for 9/23 (HCS).
- Bits of Lace Celebrates Summer with “Bits Burgers & Bikinis” (HCS).
- George Gallery hosts pop-up shop this weekend (Charleston City Paper).
- City to consider tougher rules for new downtown hotels (Post & Courier).
- 2 water shutdowns scheduled for Folly Road next week (ABC News 4).
- North Charleston police ask for input on Citizens Advisory Commission (Charleston City Paper).
- City, Beach Company moving forward on Jasper site (Post & Courier).
- Quintin's Close-Ups: Jack Bass (HCS).
- Police: New procedure at port caused I-526 backup (ABC News 4).
- CARTA seeks $5.6 million grant from Charleston County (Post & Courier).
- Lowcountry AIDS Services Hosts Special HIV Testing Events Around National HIV Testing Day (The Digitel).
- Confederate flags broken, taken off truck; Father, daughter arrested (ABC News 4).
- First witnesses testify they believed Heather Elvis was pregnant (Live 5 News).
- Police: Man who stole credit cards at Summerville church arrested (ABC News 4).
- Emergency officials: 3 adults, 1 child rescued from rip currents at IOP (Live 5 News).
- Beach goer fined despite paying meter for full day parking (News 2).
- Vital horseshoe crabs come out in Lowcountry by the light of the moon (Post & Courier).
- Charleston airport CEO Campbell to retire Dec. 31 (Post & Courier).