November 18, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

News

ABOTA honors dedicated attorneys

Carl B. Epps III and Anthony C. Hayes, attorneys with Nelson Mullins, were honored last Thursday, November 10, by the SC Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (SC More...

About ABOTA

The preservation of the civil jury trial, More...

Columbia Chamber sells building to local attorneys

The Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce has sold their building at 930 Richland Street to the Columbia Law Firm of Willoughby and Hoefer. The Chamber will continue to use the building as their offices. More...

Government / Neighborhood

Forest Acres City Council Report

Tuesday, November 8 was a busy and contentious night at Forest Acres City Hall, the site of a regular council meeting and two public hearings on very controversial zoning issues. Present at the meeting were Mayor Frank Brunson, City Attorney C. More...

Changes to state price gouging law unveiled

Local law enforcement may find their ability to investigate criminal price gouging a little easier in the future thanks to a new bill proposed by Attorney General Henry McMaster and sponsored by House Speaker Bobby Harrell. More...

Columbia City Council Meeting • November 16, 2005 • 9 am

Roll call City council convened for its work session Wednesday morning at 9 and for its regular session the same morning at a little past 10. All council members were present: Tameika Isaac Devine, Hamilton Osborne, E. W. More...

Society

Miss Briggs and Mr. Todd

exchange vows November 12, 2005

Lilla Michelle Briggs and David Hardwick Todd were married Saturday, November 11, 2005, in Shandon United Methodist Church. Dr. Michael Guffee and Rev. Cameron Treece performed the double ring ceremony. More...

Dr. Willard Davis celebrates 90 spectacular years

Dr. Willard Davis, now a resident of Laurel Crest Retirement Center, was honored with a party given by his family November 12, 2005, from 3 More...

Lynn Bedford MacLauchlin

A memorial service was held at 11 am Friday, November 11, 2005, at Shandon Presbyterian Church, 607 Woodrow Street, Columbia, for Lynn Bedford MacLauchlin of Columbia. The Rev. Dr. Agnes Norfleet officiated. More...

Events

Events

Animals

Adoptable greyhounds will be at the Harbison Home Depot, 9:30 am More...

Travel

Under the Tuscan Spell

Part 23: Rome, a brief history

Remember Rome in World History? My beloved teacher at Dreher High School, Dorothy Lupold, believed Rome was the birth mother of Western Civilization. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

N OTICE OF UNCLAIMED VEHICLES/ PUBLIC SALE The following vehicles are subject to towing, repair and/or storage liens; are declared to be abandoned pursuant to Section 56-5-5810, 56-5-5635 and/or 29-15-10 SC Law as Amended; and are More...

Public Notices

N OTICE TO CREDITORS OF ESTATES All persons having claims against the following estates are required to deliver or mail their claims to the indicated Personal Representa-tives, appointed to administer these estates, and to file their c More...

LEGAL NOTICE

The original Wills of the decedents listed below were delivered to the Richland More...

Hammond School gives a Great Salute to its veterans

Hammond School students gave a Great Salute to their alumni who have served in the military during a heartfelt Veteran More...

Where are they now?

Richland One administrators move on

Monday morning, November 14, Dr. Allen Coles, Richland One superintendent sent the following email announcement to his staff: More...

On Second Thought

Thirty–something speaks

Armchair quarterbacks win one for the Tigers and Gamecocks

Clemson and Carolina fans finally found something to agree on, and I have to say I supported them 100%. I had hoped the big game would be on one of the major networks or even on one of the ESPN stations as opposed to pay More...

It’s not a criticism, it’s an observation.

Music soothes the soul and heals the sick

The first record I ever bought was Patches , by Dickie Lee. I played it until the plastic disc was worn enough to see light through the grooves. I had little choice. My dad More...

Taking out the threat

A cop shoots and kills a teenager. The community is outraged. The loudest voices in the crowd assumed the cop was wrong More...

Business

City and university celebrate partnership

Monday night at the Marriott, USC President Andrew Sorensen addressed the fourth annual meeting of the City Center Partnership, the governing group over the downtown business improvement district (BID). More...

Star Profile

City Center Partnership

In October 2001, Matt Kennell was recruited by downtown Columbia More...

Mortgage Survey

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Education

Richland One Teacher of the Year keeps busy

Susan Yelverton, the theatre instructor at Satchel Ford Elementary School, is the Richland School District One Teacher of the Year for the 2005 More...

Members needed for Foster Care Review Board

T he Richland County Legislative Delegation is seeking individuals interested in serving on local Foster Care Review Boards in Richland County. More...

Sports

Ridge View outbattles Warriors

Ridge View head coach Raymond Jennings believes in being positive whenever he can and it shows. Whether he More...

Heathwood knocked out of playoffs

At the end of the first quarter, the score was 0 More...

Keeping his stripes

Blythewood High School Senior Alex Lee signs a letter of intent to play baseball for the Clemson Tigers More...

Beauty in the Backyard

Murder Takes the Stage at Cardinal Newman

Review

A foul plot is afoot back stage at the Ivytown Summer Theater down south. A vicious and unpleasant but talented actress will die suspiciously during rehearsals of Drew Pelman More...

Video Games 101 Rome: Total War

Review

Rome: Total War is the latest edition in the Total War line. It is available at your local Game Stop or WalMart. More...

What’s growing in Columbia

Learn about the Confederate rose below. More...