October 14, 2016 RSS feed / Business

Historian leads State of Main Street address

John Sherrer, director of Cultural Resources, Historic Columbia, led off a State of Main Street address in front of Michael’s Café at 5: 30 p.m., First Thursday, October 6, just days before Columbus Day (Columbia was the first American city nam More...

Folks About Town

The South Carolina Democratic Party announced the second class of James E. More...

REAL ESTATE

NAI Avant senior broker Gerald Steele recently represented the seller, Estate of Cholie Rauch Slice, in the sale transaction at 401 Lexington Avenue in Chapin. The ±.94 acre property was purchased by the Town of Chapin for $180,000. More...

Terra celebrates ten years

Terra, which specializes in Chef Mike Davis’s simple, seasonal, and sustainable fare, will celebrated the restaurant’s tenth anniversary October 4-8, 2016 with a unique menu full of dishes that represent cookbooks, chefs, mentors, and exp More...

City Snippets

Transport hub study okayed More...

Let’s Talk Justice

Richland Library forums focus on topic of social justice

In light of recent events across the country, social justice has become an emotionally-charged topic of conversation. More...

Attorney Honored

The S.C. Appleseed Legal Justice Center has honored Stuart M. Andrews Jr., a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Columbia office, with its 2016 Rev. Sen. Clementa C. Pinckney Award for Justice. More...

Davis Orthodontics donates to Lexington Two Schools

Davis Orthodontics has made a donation to several Lexington Two schools. In all, the contribution was $1,950. A $500 donation was made (each) to Fulmer and Northside Middle Schools. Dr. More...