June 1, 2012 RSS feed / Business

Create your own ceramic art pieces

In 1997, Margaret Neville opened Columbia’s first ceramic design studio, The Mad Platter, located on Millwood Avenue near downtown Columbia. More...

Folks about town

Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC managing member J. Calhoun Watson has been sworn in as treasurer of the South Carolina Bar for a oneyear term. University of Phoenix has appointed James L. More...

S.C. Business Hall of Fame honors leaders

The South Carolina Business Hall of Fame, presented by Junior Achievement and BlueCross Blue- Shield May 24 honored Bill Amick, Minor Mickel Shaw, and the late Jerry Zucker, three successful leaders for their integrity, vision, and civic mindedness.& More...

City Snippets

Land Trust Day is June 2   More...

Baker and bulldog open bakeshop on Forest Drive

A word of advice when visiting or calling the Ally and Eloise Bakeshop – don’t ask for Eloise.  A Columbia resident who graduated from Hammond School and Sewanee: the University of the South, Ally Selig was casting about for a name f More...

Salvation Army commemorates new home

The Salvation Army of the Midlands in Columbia has moved to a new building at 3024 Farrow Road and recently hosted a community dedication service May 11 to celebrate. More...