Heathwood Hall invites all to a virtual campout

Heathwood Hall’s PEAK Program invites all Heathwood Hall students and all Columbia residents to join a virtual campout celebrating springtime and the natural world in our own backyards. While students at Heathwood Hall are by now well acclimated to remote learning, what they miss most are the connections with friends and teachers, and the extracurricular activities like sports and class campouts that are […]

Delta Dental donates to S.C. relief organizations

Delta Dental of South Carolina, a leading dental benefits provider, today announced it is donating $250,000 to organizations providing COVID-19 relief efforts in South Carolina. The donation is driven by Delta Dental’s ongoing commitment to the health and well-being of people in the communities it serves.

Scofflaw Brewing Co. donates to S.C. Restaurant and Lodging Association

In South Carolina, Scofflaw is donating $20,000 to South Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Association which will be redistributed in the hospitality industry to grant recipients. In its 75th year, the SCRLA’s mission is to promote, protect, and educate the foodservice and lodging industries of South Carolina and to ensure positive business growth for its members.

UofSC to begin issuing student refunds

Under the guidance issued by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (CHE) today, the University of South Carolina will begin issuing prorated refunds to students for meal plans, parking permits, and on-campus residential housing.

Salvation Army of the Midlands helping the most vulnerable

Every Sunday The Salvation Army of the Midlands delivers meals, supplies, hygiene items, spiritual care packages, and books to seniors, individuals, families, and children who attend The Salvation Army programs.

Lexington 2 to provide meals over spring break

Lexington Two will provide free breakfast/lunch brown bag meals daily during spring break week, April 6-10, at four school sites. 

Fort Jackson changes post access to the installation due to COVID-19

Fort Jackson leadership announced March 31 that only mission essential and key personnel will be allowed on post beginning April 6 as a response to increased cases of COVID-19 on the base. This is another modification to normal operations and intended to disperse vulnerable populations while preserving access to essential services.