June 8, 2018 RSS feed / Business

30 years of hard labor made easy in Columbia

Labor Finders of Columbia is celebrating 30 years of business in Columbia. The Labor Finders office was opened as a family business in June of 1988 by Ken Elbert. More...

The COMET showcasing all-electric bus

On Friday June 8 at 10:30 a.m., The COMET will showcase a Proterra all-electric transit bus at the Bruce Spires Administrative Building, 3613 Lucius Road.  The bus will operate on Route 12: Edgewood immediately after the reveal. More...

Folks About Town

Dr. Laura Basile of University of South Carolina/ Palmetto Health Richland will serve as the March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction Chair. More...

Attorney Honored

Rachel G. Peavy has joined the McKay Law Firm.   More...

Samsung and Harvest Hope Food Bank partner to provide disaster-relief meals for special needs families

Samsung Electronics Home Appliances America (SEHA) recently announced a $ 35,000 donation to Harvest Hope Food Bank to help provide disaster-relief meals to feed people with special medical needs in South Carolina.  More...

Local artist featured at airport

A new art exhibit featuring local artist, Kimara London, is now on display at Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE). More...

City Snippets

City’s water, sewer rates going up again City of Columbia water and sewer rates are rising almost 10 percent beginning July 1. That’s an increase of more than $5 for the average city resident’s monthly bill, from $54.94 to $60.30. More...

Rotary schooled on Blockchain technology

Blockchain— the technology behind Bitcoin— has potential uses far beyond digital currencies. More...

Real Estate

NAI Avant has announced Hall’s Chophouse will occupy ±8,200 square feet of retail/ restaurant space in 1221 Main Street. More...