August 18, 2017 RSS feed / Government / Neighborhood

K-9 Deputy Tosca’s memorial service was August 17

Memorial services for Richland County Sheriff’s Department K-9 Tosca were Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. at 5623 Two Notch Road, Columbia (Richland Sheriff ’s Department Headquarters).  More...

Columbia natives serves in Japan on the USS Germantown

Columbia High School graduate and Columbia, South Carolina native is serving in Japan in the U.S. Navy aboard USS Germantown.  Fireman Timothy Cofer is an engineman aboard the ship operating out of Sasebo, Japan.  More...

One of Columbia’s secret gardens comes into bloom for the 2017-18 season

Having just finished his 25th anniversary season, artistic director, Radenko Pavlovich of the Columbia Classical Ballet will once again showcase his dancers who come from Japan, China, Europe, and all over the United States. More...

Neighborhood president steps down

In a letter to neighborhood association officials and residents, Bob Johnson announced he was stepping down as president of We Are Olympia. Johnson took over the position in March 2015, replacing long-time president Jim Jaco. More...

The Jasper Project presents: Syzygy—The Poetry Invitational and The Solar Eclipse Plays

Participants gathered for the first in The Jasper Projects two-part celebration of the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse—Syzygy— The Poetry Invitational— when some of South Carolina’s most elite poets share newly created work commemora More...

The Pavilion, an “Our Town for Our Time,” comes to UofSC Lab Theatre

Full Circle Productions, in conjunction with the University of SC Department of Theatre and Dance, will present The Pavilion, by award-winning playwright Craig Wright, August 29–September 2 at the UofSC Lab Theatre. More...

Journey Through the Past

Town Theatre will offer the stage to another one of its talented artists. More...