July 17, 2015 RSS feed / Society

Capital Rotary honors its own

Jay von Kolnitz a member of Columbia’s Capital Rotary Club for over 25 years, is congratulated for 18 years of service as sergeant at arms, a job that entails making preparations for weekly club breakfast meetings. More...

Why you CAN afford to leave an abusive partner

Financial stress is one of the main reasons women feel stuck in unhealthy and abusive relationships. And financial abuse is one of the main tactics an abusive partner will use to control you. More...

Women of Fitness

South Carolina now has the 10th highest adult obesity rate in the nation, according to The State of  Obesity: Better Policies for a Hea l th i er Amer i ca. More...

Historic Columbia holds volunteer training

Meet new people, learn new skills, and discover the history and culture of Columbia and Richland County by volunteering with Historic Columbia.  More...

The Palladium Society Society’s Renovation Rodeo to visit Arsenal Hill

Historic Columbia’s The Palladium Society continues its Renovation Rodeo tour series on Thursday, July 30 at 6 p.m. with a tour of a home in Arsenal Hill.  More...

Do you remember?

The Oak Hall Hotel

The Oak Hall Hotel was an ancient Victorian style wooden structure with a wide porch that wrapped around the front of the hotel. There were rocking chairs, plenty of them so guests could relax. That’s what it was all about relaxing. More...

Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s Women of Hope to host “Wine on the River” to raise money for Cancer Care Fund

The Lexington Medical Center Foundation’s Women of Hope will host its annual “Wine on the River” party at the West Columbia Riverwalk Park and Stone River Saturday, August 29, 2015, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  More...

Miss Brantley and Mr. Coleman plan August wedding

Dr. Keith and Kathy Brantley of Zanesville, Ohio, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kandice Monique Brantley to Eric James Coleman, PhD, son of Aldea and Lydia Coleman of Columbia, South Carolina.  More...