October 21, 2016 RSS feed / Business

Reenactment: WWII ends and Americans dance with joy!

Seven decades ago announcements that WWII had ended blared out of radios, blasted out of PA systems, and overjoyed Americans poured into the streets— and danced. More...

Folks About Town

Will Cole has joined EDTS as a network administrator. Keep the Midlands Beautiful has received a $10,000 grant as a recipient of a 2016 Keep America Beautiful/Lowe’s Community Partners Grant. More...

Richland County plans upgrades to Broad River Wastewater Treatment Facility

Richland County is planning upgrades to its wastewater treatment facility serving customers in the northwest area to improve system operations and help maintain the water quality in the Broad River.  More...

City announces flood recovery programs and resources

The October 2015 flood resulted in extensive damage to residential and business property, as well as infrastructure throughout the City of Columbia. Recovering from this historic event will be a multiyear process. More...

Give wisely in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew

In the wake of Hurricane Matthew’s devastating effects, Secretary of State Mark Hammond encourages South Carolinians seeking to help others to do so wisely. More...

City Snippets

Sav-A-Lot stores being sold Supervalu of Eden Prairie, Minn., is selling the four Sav-A-Lot groceries operating in the Columbia area to Canadian private equity firm Onex Corp. More...

Real Estate

Colliers International’s Mary Winter Teaster represented the tenant, Cumming, in the lease for 5,476 square feet of office space at 720 Lady Street. More...

Richland County employees learn latest tactics for keeping data safe and secure

Richland County employees are brushing up on the latest protocols for keeping sensitive information safe and secure. More...

Attorney Honored

Alexis Vitali Bl itch has joined the law firm of Murphy & Grantland, P.A. as an associate attorney.   More...