March 4, 2005 RSS feed / News

Technology provides taxpayers with choices

Chris Davis, dressed as Uncle Sam, stands on Devine Street to entice tax payers to visit Liberty Tax Service. More...

Dr. John Palms addresses Walker Institute at Palmetto Club

For Wednesday lunch at the Palmetto Club, Dr. John Palms, former president of the University of South Carolina, spoke as the nuclear physicist and professor he is. The audience was the Richard L. Walker Institute of International and Area Studies. More...

Rosewood Hills breaks ground

The Columbia Housing Authority and the City of Columbia hosted a groundbreaking celebration for the Rosewood Hills community on March 1

With a budget of $34 million, the Columbia Housing Authority was able to break ground at noon Tuesday on their Rosewood Hills mixed More...

Salvation Army’s goal is to “do the most good”

For almost 100 years, The Salvation Army has been working in Columbia to help needy people. According to Richard Creswell, resource development director of The Salvation Army in Columbia, More...

Cardiologist speaks to business women about heart health

A few frames into his PowerPoint presentation during a Zonta meeting, cardiologist Dr. Joseph Hollins II left his planned format. He began to speak less formally and more candidly about heart health. More...