October 5, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Happy 80th birthday, Cravens Ravenel

Cravens Ravenel turned 80 October 4, 2018. He is pictured at right with his grandson, Cravens Godbold. More...

News

Council approves honorary naming of streets

Columbia City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday, October 6.  Council approved the issuance of Public Finance Authority’s issuance by the Public Finance Authority of not to exceed $15,500,0000 in public finance authority multifamily More...

Richland County addresses sewer project

The October 2 Richland County Council meeting focused much energy on the Lower Richland Sewer Project. More...

Providence Health-Northeast Partners with Richland Two

Securing employment can be a challenge for any young adult. It can be even more difficult for those with developmental disabilities. More...

Business

Folks About Town

Saloni Sharma has joined the South Carolina Democratic Party as communications director. More...

Real Estate

ROI Commercial has announced the sale of a 4,250 square foot office building located at 1519 Richland Street in Columbia, S.C. More...

Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health to unite

Greenville Health System (GHS) and Palmetto Health will come together under a single brand, sharing a new name and logo, in early 2019.  More...

Education

Bi-Lo partners with Kellogg’s to donate books to local school

In an effort to help local children thrive in school, Kellogg’s and Bi-Lo are putting more books in more hands. Bi-Lo donated grocery carts full of books to Edward E. More...

Richland One offers bonuses, paid CDL training, and more incentives to bus driver applicants

Signing bonuses, paid training, and college tuition reimbursement are among the incentives Richland One is offering to qualified bus driver applicants. More...

Michelin commits $30,000 for robotics education in Lexington District One

At the Lexington School District One Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday, September 18, Michelin announced a $30,000 commitment to the Lexington One Educational Foundation to support robotics education More...

Sports

Diamond Hornets swarm Dreher

In three consecutive plays, Lower Richland’s Jamal Henderson hauled in a 26-yard touchdown pass, grabbed an interception on defense, and then scored on a 67-yard reception to help the Diamond Hornets defeat the Dreher Blue Devils 28-14 on the r More...

Cardinals claim region title

The Cardinal Newman Cardinals volleyball team defeated the Heathwood Hall Highlanders 3- 0 on Senior Night, Tuesday, October 2, clinching the SCISA Region II-3A title.  Cardinal Newman took the first set 25-6, not allowing the Highlanders a sin More...

Irmo sinks Spring Valley

Irmo quarterback John Ragin led an 80-yard drive in the last 3:23 of the game, capped off with a 22- yard touchdown pass to OD Dollison with 14 seconds to go, as the Yellow Jackets sunk the Spring Valley Vikings 31-28 in a Region 4-5A football clash More...

Home & Garden

The Nature of Autumn 2018

Stopping to smell the flowers

“Tis the season for yellow,” were the opening words of Rudy Mancke, USC naturalist- in- residence, as he greeted an intergenerational audience for his seasonal talk under the magnolia at McKissick Museum. More...

Star Chefs

Pumpkin Chipotle Soup More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

SUMMONS  (JURY TRIAL  REQUESTED)  STATE OF  SOUTH CAROLINA  COUNTY OF  RICHLAND  More...

Legals

Full Story

Notice to Creditors of Estates

All persons having claims against the following estates are required to deliver or mail their claims to the indicated Personal Representatives, appointed to administer these estates, and to file their claims on Form #371PC with the Probate Court of R More...

Village Artists celebrate 10th anniversary

Everybody can take home a free original hand-painted and signed watercolor painting of a Palmetto tree from the 10th anniversary celebration of the Village Artists Art Gallery in the Village at Sandhill. More...

S.C. Military Museum honors Dr. Chow

South Carolina Military Museum recently honored Brig. Gen, (R) USAF, Dr. More...

On Second Thought

Halloween at Historic Columbia

This time of year is full of Halloween fun at Historic Columbia. More...

Quirky Crimes in the Capital City

West Columbia More...

South Carolina’s Liberty Trail project will preserve American Revolution battlefield sites

ASK US AT THE STAR

I want to know more about the Liberty Trail project in South Carolina. Although we all may not realize it, the Carolinas played a major role in defeating the British in the American Revolution. More...

Commentary

You should never walk alone

It’s not a criticism; It’s an observation

As Florence vacated the local premises on a brilliant sunny Monday morning, I did something I haven’t done in at least 13 years. I laced up my walking shoes and headed up John Chapman Road for a brisk morning walk, alone. More...

Home is where the coffee is

I’m just saying...

For the first time in eight weeks, this week I actually MADE and DRANK a cup of coffee…in our new kitchen! More...

The New Car Disadvantage

40–Something

After 25 long years, I finally broke down and got another new car. I like to think I got myself one cool ride, but after driving around a very- used, 14- year- old minivan for so many years, the bar wasn’t exactly set too high. More...

Society

Catherine West “Pat” Carroll

A memorial service for Catherine West “Pat” Carroll, 87, of Benton, Arkansas, will be held at Ashby Funeral Home in Benton, Arkansas October 9, 2018 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Carroll died Friday, September 28, 2018. More...

Miss Cotter and Mr. Moluf exchange wedding vows September 29

Caroline Reeves Cotter and George Anthony Moluf III, both of Charleston, South Carolina, were united in marriage on September 29 at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Columbia, South Carolina. More...

Miss Hrushesky and Mr. Pallesen exchange wedding vows June 8

Cassandra Marie Nicole Hrushesky and Brett Michael Kristian Pallesen were married June 8, 2018 at Legare Waring House at Charles Town Landing in Charleston, South Carolina.  A reception followed the ceremony.  The wedding was accompanied wi More...

Events

Events

•AIRPORT REAL IDs may be purchased at Columbia Metropolitan Airport Wednesday, October 17, 10 a.m.–2:30 p.m. The SCDMV mobile office will be on-site in the Airport’s Carolina Room which is located in the baggage claim level. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Columbia Children’s Theatre to present Shine

Columbia Children’s Theatre (CCT)will present IndigoSoul’s new musical fable Shine for one free performance Friday, October 5 at 7 p.m. More...

Columbia City Ballet’s Dracula makes haunting return

Count Dracula continues his seductive reign of terror with his Brides of Darkness with the 23rd annual performance of Dracula: Ballet with a Bite, appearing on the Koger Center Stage Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27. More...

Travel

Ode to my Father

Part 19: Mischievous Boys

(Note: This series is from my father’s memoirs I found long after his death.) One of the most mischievous boys in Greeleyville was Tokie Harrington. I particular remember one of his pranks that happened about 11 p.m. More...

Winederlust

Where to go in Sonoma now

California welcomes 23.6 million visitors in search of the country’s best wine each year. More...