March 1, 2019 RSS feed / Front Page

News

City of Cayce announces rebranding project for 12,000 Year History Park

On Wednesday, February 20, the City of Cayce unveiled the new branding for the 12,000 Year History Park. More...

Richland County names two new assistant county administrators

Interim Richland County Administrator Ed Gomeau announced the appointment of Richland County employees Ashley Powell and Dr. John Thompson to fill the vacant assistant county administrator positions. More...

Middleton Bartending, making parties great, one drink at a time

William Middleton is trying to make your party great—one drink at a time. More...

Business

FOLKS ABOUT TOWN

NAI Global, a leading, global commercial real estate firm, earned the top four spot in the 2019 Lipsey Survey of Top 25 Commercial Real Estate Brands. More...

Applications now open for iTsSC’s Leadership Insurance Program

iTsSC, Columbia’s Insurance Technology & Services Cluster, has opened applications for the 2019 class of its signature Leadership Insurance program. More...

REAL ESTATE

Colliers International South Carolina’s Chuck Salley, SIOR; Dave Mathews, SIOR; and Thomas Beard represented the seller, L W Investments LLC, in the $1.340 million sale of 728 Vine Street to Best Supply Properties, LLC. More...

Society

Capital Rotary recognizes Paul Harris donors

Capital Rotary members Jay von Kolnitz (r) and Jack Williamson (c) were recognized by club president Philip Flynn for their latest donations to The Rotary Foundation in support of international progra More...

NSDAR Granby commemorates Battle of Cowpens 238th anniversary

NSDAR Granby members Paula Coleman; Pam Freck, regent; and Miriam Lovett, commemorative events chair, attended the 238th Anniversary of The Battle of Cowpens to lay a wreath in honor of the patriots More...

Alfred Raymond McNeely

Alfred Raymond McNeely died February 23, 2019. He was 84. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Jonathan Green’s art brought to life in Off the Wall and Onto the Stage: Dancing the Art of Jonathan Green

The Columbia City Ballet is gearing up to bring back their one of a kind ballet, Off the Wall and Onto the Stage: Dancing the Ar t of Jonathan Green. More...

Home & Garden

Spring Seed Fever

Stopping to smell the flowers

Seed racks at garden centers are overflowing with colorful packets of vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Seed catalogs are bursting their bindings with the addition of not only new hybrids but also rediscovered heirloom varieties. More...

Star Chefs

Think Spring!

Roasted Asparagus and Mushrooms More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Master’s Sales

MASTER'S SALE  More...

Public Notices

SUMMONS  AND NOTICES  (Non-Jury)  FORECLOSURE  OF REAL ESTATE  MORTGAGE  STATE OF  More...

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...

First Nazareth Baptist Church welcomes Jonathan Green

The congregation of First Nazareth Baptist Church celebrated Black History Month with renowned artist Jonathan Green. More...

Second Annual Black Heritage History Ball held at Greenview Park

The City of Columbia Parks & Recreation Department sponsored the second annual Black Heritage History Ball at Greenview Park Sunday, February 24. More...

On Second Thought

Palladium Presents 15th Annual Bluegrass, Bidding & BBQ

Join Historic Columbia on March 21, 2019 for Palladium’s 15th annual Bluegrass, Bidding, & BBQ silent auction presented by Jaguar Land Rover Columbia. More...

Quirky Crimes in the Capital City

Richland County More...

Nuf Sed

Mallard drake with an identity problem   More...

Commentary

Lifetime Warranties and Company Policy

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

I have a travel cup older than one of my children. It came from an actual store in Tuscaloosa back when this company actually had stores, and were the only trendy backpacking supplier available.  More...

Cleaning Clean

I’m just saying...

“What are you doing Julia?” More...

Bionic Ears

40–Something

I’ve recently discovered another indication of God’s sense of humor or it could just be another symptom of this glorious aging process. Who knows? More...

Education

EngenuitySC and Richland One more than double number of “Dress to Impress” Showcases for 2019

Popular program continues mission to make soft skills fashionable for all students

EngenuitySC and Richland One has announced the expansion of the popular “Dress to Impress” showcase, an annual program that aims to make business etiquette and soft skills fashionable. More...

Richland One high school students can ride the COMET free

Getting around town just got easier for Richland One high school students, thanks to the district’s partnership with the Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (The COMET). More...

Lexington Two students selected for music honors

Several Lexington Two student musicians have qualified for musical honors for All-State, All- Region, and other groups. More...

Sports

Cardinals are State Champs!

Chico Carter Jr. More...

Lady Cardinals are State Champs!

Audrey Meyers had 23 points and nine rebounds leading the Cardinal Newman Lady Cardinals to a 53-44 victory over the Northwood Academy Lady Chargers in the SCISA AAA State Championship Saturday, February 23 at the Sumter County Civic Center. More...

Skyhawks blow by Hurricanes

Tucker Toman had 25 points on 8-of-8 shooting from distance, part of a 17- for-19 performance from deep by the Hammond Skyhawks, who punched their ticket to the SCISA AAA State Championship with a 102-92 victory over First Baptist on Friday, February More...

Travel

A Wild Senior Trip

Part 6: Historic St. Augustine

We awoke early at the Jolly Boatman Inn, sailed into St. More...