February 10, 2012 RSS feed / Government / Neighborhood

Richland County Council agrees to pay only 31% of bus service

This week’s Richland County council meeting featured several concerned citizens voicing their opinion about the proposed cuts in local bus service. More...

One Book, One Columbia participants meet Ron Rash

Events are planned through February 29 for the second annual One Book, One Columbia program, which encourages all residents of Columbia to read the same book at the same time. More...

Student grows largest cabbage

Good grades and a positive work ethic aren’t the only things being grown by Saint Joseph Catholic School students – now it’s cabbage too. More...

Helping the Hurting

Mental Health America of South Carolina, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention South Carolina chapter, NAMI Mid- Carolina, and Midlands Technical College will present “Helping the Hurting: Faith Communities’ Response to Suicide&r More...

Richland County buys Caughman property

Out Highway 378, past the congestion, traffic, and neon, just before the Trotter Road intersection, sits a small lake on the right side of the road, adjacent to the driving range. More...

South Kilbourne plans for spring

South Kilbourne Neighborhood President Michelle Huggins discussed the upcoming events in the Rosewood community at the South Kilbourne Neighborhood Association meeting Thursday, February 2.  • Registration for the Dixie Youth Baseball leagu More...

Columbia City Council holds two sessions: money and honors

6 million city, for now, with another $4 million concurrent   With one list of projects from the Utilities and Engineering Department, called Fund 413 Project records, Columbia City Council moved to spend more than $6 million Tuesday afternoon, More...

Hundreds volunteer for Mitzvah Day

Volunteers of all ages will donate their time and talents to help many Midlands organizations during the Columbia Jewish Federation’s Mitzvah Day on Sunday, February 12. More...