August 24, 2007 RSS feed / News

Artist's name comes from gun- slinging, hard- riding cowboy

Don't let Denby Singley Gorman's soft- spoken, Southern mannerisms fool you. She can document her heritage to a gun- slinging, hard- riding cowboy of the 1800s. And she's even named for him (or that branch of the family, anyway). More...

Fan the Heat

Help Columbia residents stay cool and become a part of the Fan the Heat program by donating a fan or air conditioner this summer. More...

Celebrate Jubilee: Festival of Heritage Saturday, August 25

Celebrate the life and legacy of Celia Mann, one of South Carolina's most celebrated free black women as Historic Columbia Foundation hosts its award- winning Jubilee: Festival of Heritage on Saturday, August 25, from 10 am- 6 pm at the Mann- Simon More...

Five Points Wheels Transportation Program gets moving

Much needed transportation for seniors and disabled adults is becoming available through the new Five Points Wheels Transportation Program. The program's boundary is Huger St., River Road, Beltline, and Rosewood Ave. More...

Richland School District One inducts four into Hall of Fame

Four prominent community members who have distinguished themselves at the local, state, and national levels in the fields of education, law, politics, and business will be inducted into the Richland One Hall of Fame this year. More...

Lovely to look at; better to adopt

Five kittens and a momma kitty were all saved from a drainage ditch two weeks ago when the weather was 100 plus degrees. Absolutely not feral. These cats were thrown out of a home, most likely when momma turned up pregnant. More...