September 14, 2018 RSS feed / News

Shandon addresses development concerns

The Shandon Neighborhood Council held its bi-monthly meeting Monday, September 10. More...

City of Columbia plans meetings for Envision 2036

The City of Columbia will host two public open houses to kick off the first round of public engagement for Columbia Compass, the ten-year update to the City of Columbia’s comprehensive plan. More...

Veggie Patch reaches milestone at Richland Mall Famers Market

Phyllis and Mandy Churchwell run the Veggie Patch market at Richland Mall Farmers Market, which is open Wednesdays from 2 to 5 p.m. More...

Angel nominations now open for Secretary of State

South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond announced his office will accept nominations of charitable organizations for this year’s Angel awards.  More...

City of Columbia post board and commission vacancies

The City of Columbia is accepting applications to fill several vacancies on the following boards and commissions: More...

PalmettoPride’s Public Art to Prevent Litter Project opens

PalmettoPride is looking to install five public art projects in a new Public Art for Litter Prevention Contest. Five artists will be selected to create a spot of pride in their communities and receive $500 for their efforts. More...

Richland County addresses Pinewood Lake issue

The Richland County Council met Tuesday, September 11. The meeting featured a well rested group, fresh off vacation, ready to do the county’s work. Too bad that attitude didn’t last.  More...

Palmetto Health recognizes September as Brain Aneurysm Awareness month

Just four days after his graduation from Ridge View High School, Raoul Jenkins II was driving to see friends when he had a car accident. His sister and some friends quickly arrived on the scene, finding him shaken up and disoriented. More...

World War I veteran awarded Purple Heart

A Purple Heart Medal presentation will take place at Fort Jackson to recognize Sgt. Perry Loyd’s contribution and sacrifice as a volunteer soldier during World War I.  More...

Using city sites for inspiration

Janice Hamlin gave a presentation at the Garden Center. More...