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  1. Grandmother of victim fatally shot in Dorchester: a oeHe didna t deserve to die like thataRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    Gerrod Metoyer, 29, was fatally shot Tuesday morning just outside North Charleston. Dorchester County sheriff's officials are investigating the homicide.

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  2. Civil rights activist: Charleston County School board a reached new...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    Terri Breeden, left to right, Lisa Herring and Gerrita Postlewait have been named finalists for the superintendent position at Charleston County School District. In the wake of a mass shooting at a historically black downtown church, a local civil rights activist has accused the Charleston County School District of showing “collective disrespect” for the city's African-American community by neglecting to postpone interviews with the district's candidates for superintendent.

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  3. Coroner: Summerville man fatally shot in the headRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    A 29-year-old Summerville man was fatally shot in the head early Tuesday near a road just outside North Charleston. The body of Gerrod Theopolus Metoyer was discovered around 3:30 a.m. near Ashley Phosphate Road and Dorchester Manor Boulevard, Dorchester County sheriff's Chief Deputy Sam Richardson said.

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  4. Charleston police trying to identify man from flag burning incident in Marion SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    Charleston police are asking for the public's help to identify a man involved in a flag burning incident at Marion Square on June 21. He apparently has a speech impediment that is noticeable, according to a Tuesday media release. Spokesman Charles Francis said the man is not wanted, that police are currently just trying to identify him.

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  5. Caitlyn returning to foster home until animal-cruelty case resolvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    Caitlyn, the dog who drew international sympathy after her muzzle was taped shut, is going back to her foster home today after a week of evaluation at the Charleston Animal Society. “She's a well-adjusted dog, other than a slight fear of men,” said Kay Hyman, as Caitlyn napped in her office Tuesday afternoon.

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  6. Statue of white supremacist, former SC governor vandalizedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    Red paint drips from the statue of “Pitchfork” Ben Tillman, in Columbia, SC., Tuesday June 30, 2015. Tillman, a former South Carolina governor whose white supremacy policies, written into South Carolina's 1895 Constitution, created the Jim Crow-era South.

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  7. Services today for 9th church shooting victimRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    Mourners gather to pay their respects at the funeral service in Charleston for Daniel Simmons, Sr.on Tuesday June 30, 2015, at Greater St. Luke AME Church. Grace Beahm/Staff Funeral services are set today for Rev.

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  8. South Carolina travelers expected to hit record for July 4 weekend, AAA saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    A travel group is projecting a record number July 4th holiday travelers among South Carolinians this year, a reflection of a strengthing economy. AAA Vacations said the top July 4 driving destinations are: Orlando, Fla.; New Bern, N.C.; Williamsburg, Va.; Branson, Mo., and Fort Bragg, N.C. An estimated 54,300 travelers will board planes for the weekend, or 1.5% more than last year.

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  9. Myrtle Beach, Clemson University join call to take down Confederate flag at StatehouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    Myrtle Beach City Council and the Clemson University board of trustees have joined the chorus of South Carolina officials calling for removal of the Confederate flag from the Statehouse grounds in Columbia. Local media outlets reported that the Myrtle Beach council voted in a special meeting Monday to encourage state lawmakers to remove the flag, which is seen on towels, swimwear and T-shirts sold in shops along the Grand Strand.

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  10. Beef Wellington search ends at R. KitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Post and Courier

    Ross Webb, chef and owner of R. Kitchen prepares food for dinner on Feb. 12, at his kitchen on Rutledge Avenue. The eatery offers a new dining experience with a changing five-course menu.

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  11. Oldest Bridge Run finishera s death reminds us to live and love fully every dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    Last spring, I had the privilege of meeting Leroy Thomas Miller, a man set on breaking his own record of being the oldest person to finish the Cooper River Bridge Run and Walk. A week before the race, I caught up with the 93-year-old on a warm, early spring afternoon at his modest home in Hanahan.

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  12. Charleston as a symbol of hopeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    National media news outlets have showered our community with gratifying praise for responding with reason, compassion and unity to the horrific crime of June 17. But on Sunday, a particularly heartwarming tribute came from a sports network. ESPN's “The Sports Reporters,” a panel show delivering commentary on significant developments of the previous week, focused in part Sunday on the New York Knicks' controversial selection of 19-year-old Kristaps Porzingis of Latvia with the fourth pick of Thursday night's NBA draft.

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  13. Anchors aweigh for harbor dredgingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    Few would say that a dredge or the work that it does digging up mud and sludge is a pretty sight. But the first post-Panamax container ship that enters the newly dredged Charleston Harbor should be a very pretty sight for the state's economy.

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  14. Proposed Dollar Tree warehouse in South Carolina could boost Charleston importsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    Discount retail giant Dollar Tree, one of the nation's largest importers, could get help from the State Ports Authority to build a distribution center in the Upstate. Dollar Tree is considering building a $125 million, 1.5 million-square-foot distribution center in Cherokee County.

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  15. Jeb Bush calls Confederate flag racist during campaign stop near ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush's first Charleston appearance since declaring his White House bid was behind closed doors Monday with about 60 clergy members from the Carolinas. But in a more visible setting later in the day, Bush called the Confederate flag a “racist” symbol.

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  16. Justices rule against EPA power plant mercury limitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled federal regulators must weigh the costs before further limiting mercury and other pollution emitted by coal-fired power plants. Industry and environmental advocates in the region were circumspect in reacting to the ruling.

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  17. Charleston police searching for missing West Ashley manRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    Kyle Ashton Huthmacher was last seen about 6:30 p.m. at Middleton Cove Apartments pool, according to a Monday media release. He reportedly left the area on his skateboard.

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  18. Majority of House, Senate support taking down Confederate flagRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    A poll led by The Post and Courier has determined that both the House and Senate have achieved the two-thirds majority needed to take the flag down. At least 33 senators and 82 House members now say the flag should go.

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  19. Jeb Bush holds closed-door meeting with clergy in North CharlestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush's first Charleston appearance since declaring his White House bid was behind closed doors Monday with about 60 clergy from the Carolinas. Those who attended the meeting, which was held at a North Charleston hotel and was closed to the media, said afterward that Bush told them about his personal story and beliefs.

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  20. Church Creek Plaza demolition underwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Post and Courier

    Demolition began Monday on the crumbling, vacant Church Creek Plaza, finally bringing relief to neighbors who for years have been appalled by the eyesore. Michelle Nemeth, who lives near the run-down strip mall on S.C. Highway 61 at Parsonage Road in West Ashley said she was thrilled to learn the mall finally would come down.

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