April 20, 2018 RSS feed / News

Annual Columbia International Festival celebrates cultural diversity in the Midlands

Over 20,000 people attended the 23rd annual Columbia International Festival this past weekend. More...

STSM thanks the community

The community’s hard work, passion, and commitment helped raise a grand total of $97,124 at Walk A Mile In Their Shoes Thursday, April 12.  Walk A Mile In Their Shoes is more than watching a bunch of men wobble around in heels. More...

City of Columbia joins nationwide challenge to be most “water wise”

Mayor Steve Benjamin, is joining mayors across the count ry in asking residents to make a long- term commi t - ment to manage water resources more wisely by taking part in the annual Wyland National Mayor’s Chal lenge for Water Conservat ion, a More...

Mediation session yields agreement for Dreher High School rezoning

There wasn’t a need for a second vote from Columbia City Council on the request to rezone Dreher High School, following a near nine-hour mediation session between members of Richland School District One, Dreher High School, Melrose Heights Neig More...

Seniors at Parklane Adult Activity Center present Cinderella’s Slipper

The Richland County Recreation Commission presented Cinderella’s Slipper Friday, April 6 at The Parklane Adult Activity Center. More...

Columbia City Council approves first reading of 2 a.m. bar closing proposal

Columbia City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday, April 17. More...

Crime: topic of Olympia meeting

The We Are Olympia Neighborhood Associat ion held i ts monthly meeting Monday, April 16. More...