May 8, 2009 RSS feed / News

Providence Hospitals Announces 2009 Society of St. Luke Physicians

Providence Hospitals inducted two physicians into the Society of St. Luke, a program that celebrates and honors selected members of the Providence medical staff. Established in 2003, The Society of St. More...

Conductor gives final performance

April 30, 2009, was Charles Wadsworth's final appearance as conductor of world- class chamber music groups, which have appeared in Columbia for nearly a decade. More...

Meet Bob

Meet Bob Bob is a talented and interesting member of the canine species. He's as big and brown as a bear but as gentle as a lamb as long as you don't discuss politics. More...

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The Columbia Star welcomes Jake Dixon, the new canine member of the Dixon pack. Jake is a miniature Australian shepherd. Readers can look forward to stories of Jake and the Chi by John Dixon. More...

Historic Columbia Foundation recognizes local preservation efforts

Historic Columbia Foundation recognized exemplary preservation projects during its annual Preservation Awards May 4 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Cardinal Bernardin Center at 1529 Assembly Street. More...

Columbia majolica collector hosts Italian producer

On April 28, majolica collector and a close friend of Ubaldo Grazia's, Gail Jeter, hosted a collection of Grazia's majolica pieces in her home in downtown Columbia. More...

Summerville shares sculpture

Sculpture in the South Show and Sale will be in Summerville, S.C. May 16 and 17 in Azalea Park

Over the past 12 years sculpture has become something of a passion for the residents of Summerville. More...

Pet Peace of Mind keeps pets and families together

The Banfield Charitable Trust (BCT)has announced a new program, Pet Peace of Mind, which recognizes and actively supports the unique bond between hospice patients and their pets. More...

APL saves Cinnamon

Cinnamon's previous owners moved away and left her behind to fend for herself. Kindhearted neighbors fed her leftovers, but mostly she scavenged for the small amounts of food that kept her alive. More...

From one female deputy sheriff to 91

Faith Nolan Divesek was the very first female deputy sheriff hired by Sheriff Frank Powell in 1973. Her contributions then have impacted how law enforcement serves today. She is now retired. More...