December 16, 2016 RSS feed / Society

Granby Chapter DAR members enjoy Christmas luncheon

Granby Chapter DAR members in Lexington got the Christmas season off to a festive start by attending their annual Christmas luncheon at the Mitchell House and Gardens, Tuesday, December 6. More...

DAR members celebrate the 141st Anniversary celebration of The Battle of the Great Cane Break held December 3, 2016, at the Timberrock at Hopkins Farm, Simpsonville, South Carolina.

Daughters of the Granby Chapter DAR in Lexington, S. C. Jean Smith, chapter regent and Norma Corley, chapter registrar. More...

Eleven authors team up to aid adult literacy tutoring

Flight Deck restaurant’s owners and 11 authors raised money last weekend in Lexington for adult literacy. Restaurant owners Angela and Ted Stambolitis were hosts to the Authors for Literacy book signing Saturday.  More...

Colonial Dames of the XVII Century donate flag to Palmetto Place Chilren’s Center

The Colonial Dames of the XVII Century actively support military veterans, education through scholarships, historic preservation, marking of historic sites, and patriotism. More...

The online world of mature dating

Tammy Davis   When my friends and I get together to talk about our dating lives, there a few things we all agree upon—universal truths about mature dating and the online world, if you will.  First: it is horrible.  Second: you MU More...

Town Theatre holds volunteer appreciation night

Editor’s note: This article was contributed by Anita H. Baker, a committed volunteer for Town Theatre and the performing arts in Columbia for over 50 years. More...

Rotarians briefed on United Way initiatives

Capital Rotary Club members visited United Way of the Midlands headquarters for a briefing by CEO Mac Bennett (standing in front of tables), detailing local efforts to bring a “good return on investment” by improving community medical car More...

Correction

In the article “Healing Harmonies performs music for healing” published November 11, Betsy C. More...

Lobbying for climate solutions

With a little more than two weeks left in the year, 2016 remains on track to be the hottest in our 136 years of modern data-keeping, according to NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. More...

What’s past and what’s to come

It’s that time of year when we transition from the Old to the New Year, a tradition that transcends time itself. Many take this opportunity to access where we’ve been and where we’re headed. More...