August 28, 2015 RSS feed / Society

Historic Horrell Hill

A Journey through our Heritage Part I: A Teenagers View of Columbia, 1890-95 Based on the 1890-1895 journal of Mamie Boozer Morrell

Those of us who live at Horrell Hill in Lower Richland County see it each day. We are accustomed to its rich land, its wide, open fields, its mysterious swamps, and its deep woods. The Wateree and Congaree rivers are old friends to us. More...

Centennial park to be built at Fort Jackson

The Midlands community is preparing to commemorate 100 years of Fort Jackson by building a centennial park, concrete testimony to the Midland’s commitment to Fort Jackson and to the military.  More...

NSDAR holds fall forum

The South Carolina State Society of the National Society Daughters of the America Revolution met August 14–15, 2015, for its Fall Forum. The forum was held at the Doubletree-Hilton Hotel, 2100 Bush River Road, Columbia, S. C.  More...

Do you remember?

Grocery stores have been replaced by supermarkets

Let’s think about grocery stores for a while. Oh excuse me. They are called super markets today. More...