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Cayce City Council paves the way for State Street Business District

The Cayce City Council held a special council meeting Thursday, November 17, 2016, at 5 p.m. at Cayce City Hall Council Chambers. Mayor Elise Partin, Mayor Pro Tem James Jenkins, Council members Eva Corley, Phil Carter, and Tara Almond were present. More...

The City of Cayce announces upcoming holiday events

The City of Cayce announces upcoming holiday events throughout the month of December for everyone to enjoy. Following is a brief overview of each holiday event.  Thursday, December 1   6 p.m.–39th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony  More...

Olympia prepares for neighborhood sweep

At the monthly meeting Monday, November 22, We Are Olympia president Bob Johnson announced a neighborhood sweep will take place in the Olympia neighborhood Saturday, December 3 beginning at 8:00 a.m.  More...

Commentary

Us Against Them

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

While Stella and I walked one recent September morning, I noticed something new. One of the distant neighbors had No Trespassing signs on every tree and an ominous No Solicitors warning on the mailbox.  More...

Gratitude

I’m just saying...

It’s already Thanksgiving in 2016!  More...

A Different Kind of Cold

40–Something

There’s cold...and then there’s coooooold. There’s the kind of cold we have in the South that usually goes away or at least gets bearable with the warm afternoon sun. More...

Education

School Stars

The national individual awards in high school newspapers have been announced. Richland Northeast is very proud to say that only two high schools in South Carolina—Northeast and Wando—were represented in the results. More...

Sports

Falcons are SCISA 3A State Champs!

The Falcon faithful had waited for a football championship for 23 years since Ben Lippen (10-2) began play in 1993, so it was only fitting they had to wait a little longer as Ben Lippen and Porter Gaud (10-2) stood tied 21-21 at the end of regulation More...

Spring Valley starts fast, crushes West Ashley

The Spring Valley Vikings’ ship sailed out of port quickly to start the game, and then again to start the second half, and the result was a 55-18 blowout win against the West Ashley Wildcats in the first round of the SCHSL 5A football playoffs More...

Bearcats cruise past Dolphins

The Brookland-Cayce Bearcats had little trouble getting past the Battery Creek Dolphins, winning their first home playoff game in 12 years 42-7 Friday, November 18.  More...

Arts & Entertainment

The Nutcracker comes to the Township Auditorium

Ann Brodie’s Carolina Ballet will present The Nutcracker Thanksgiving week only at The Township Auditorium. More...

Home & Garden

McCoy’s Field of Greens

Stopping to smell the flowers

“Some like it hot, but greens like it cool,” are words spoken from experience by four-season gardener Barbara McCoy. More...

Star Chefs

Poblano, Kale, and Artichoke Dip   More...

The other Tanner

Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the blog Old Broad & New Trix. People around these parts have had a love affair with Coach Ray Tanner as long as they can remember. More...

The importance of public transportation

On Thursday December 1 from 11:30-am-12:30 p.m., the Lourie Center will host the Midlands Transit Riders Association for a lunchtime lecture. The Midlands Transit Riders Association wants to hear from the public. More...

On Second Thought

Historic Columbia’s Four Days of Shopping

‘Tis the season to go shopping! The shopping season officially kicks off this week with four days dedicated to checking off everyone’s holiday wish list. More...

Quirky Crimes in the Capital City

Forest Acres More...

ASK US AT THE STAR

I have read about proposed changes in the City of Columbia animal ordinance. Can you tell me more about the changes and their goals?

The goal of the proposed changes scheduled for initial approval this month, is “to reach a point of no longer having to euthanize healthy, adoptable animals within the next few years, so we are making some changes as part of that effort,” More...

Business

Grace, Justice, and Mercy brings awareness to problems with the death penalty

Justice 360 is a South Carolina non-profit organization that advocates for fairness, equality, and the eradication of racial bias in the prosecution of capital punishment cases in our state. More...

City Snippets

Bi-Los converting to Harveys More...

Folks About Town

Winners in the 29th Annual Chili Cook Off in Five Points held November 12 included Best Overall Chili, first place—Blazing Saddles Chili Company; Best Overall Chili, second place— Chef Gar y Uwanawich; Best Overall Chili, third place&mdas More...

Society

The Columbia Bal l be gins the debutante season November 23

The first of the season’s debutante balls, The Columbia Ball, was held Thanksgiving Eve, November 23, at the Columbia Marriott.  More...

Gleams from Grandmother’s Diary

I live on top of Horrell Hill, hundreds of feet above sea level, overlooking parts of Richland and Clarendon counties in the home my grandfather built. More...

SCDAR chapter regents host SC state regent and District V director at luncheon to honor Tamassee DAR School

The William Capers Chapter of S.C. More...

Events

Toys for Tots aims to assist over 6,500 this season

Toys For Tots Columbia is back again this year with the goal of providing Christmas to needy children in Newberry, Fairfield, Saluda, Lexington, and Richland counties. More...

Events

•CHURCH/CHARITY Wednesdays@First Lunch Service—First Presbyterian Church lunch service is each Wednesday; lunch served at 11:30 a.m., brief service 12:20–12:50 p.m. Hot lunch $6; soup and salad $5. Jackson Hall, 1324 Marion Street. More...

Travel

Thomas Walter

Conclusion

David H. Rembert of the U.S.C. Department of Biology wrote a document in the S.C. More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

NOTICE OF  UNCLAIMED  VEHICLES/ PUBLIC  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...

Legals

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