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Councilman provides updates to CCN

Richland County Councilman Paul Livingston provided an update at the Columbia Council of Neighborhoods meeting Thursday, February 23. More...

Dine alongside trailblazing S.C. Women

On International Women’s Day, March 8, the Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network (WREN) will offer a unique opportunity to sit alongside some of S.C.’s most accomplished women at the inaugural WREN Luncheon, where the following tra More...

Commentary

Bovine Fit Bit

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

Walking is my go-to exercise. I routinely do three miles with Stella, the terrorist canine posing as a Corgi that rules our home. When I’m feeling extra energetic, I stretch it out to four miles.  More...

Compute Some Humanity

I’m just saying...

Our world is becoming totally dehumanized. I just got back from a long weekend in New York, and during the trip I happened upon the newest innovations in preventing human beings from talking to each other which I couldn’t believe. More...

Crazy for Crumbs

40–Something

The other night I got one of those late cravings for ice cream. I’d been a good boy all day. I’d conserved enough calories. I’d exercised. More...

Education

Chesterbrook Academy Preschool donates pajamas and books for children in need

Chesterbrook Academy Preschool recently collected a donation of 43 pairs of pajamas and 25 books through the national Pajama Program. More...

Richland One students place in Boys and Girls Club art exhibition

Janiyah High-Hall was first place winner in the multi-colored drawing category. Her drawing of many hands was one of several pieces of artwork displayed at The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands 5th Annual Art Exhibition.  More...

Harmony Elementary School spends day at S.C. State Museum

The Harmony Elementary School class recently spent the day at the South Carolina State Museum. More...

Sports

River Bluff claims second annual Capital City Classic

Cardinal Newman 4, A.C. Flora 0   The Cardinal Newman Cardinals hosted the A.C. Flora Falcons in the first round of the Capital City Cup Wednesday, February 22, and they weren’t very accomodating beating the Falcons 4-nil.  More...

J.L. Mann wins 25th Annual Viking Cup

Spring Valley 1,Indian Land 1(Vikings advance on PKs) Spring Valley’s Karolina De la Paz broke through the Indian Land for a goal in the 25th minute for the Vikings. More...

Cyclones end Skyhawks’ flight

Porter-Gaud’s Josiah Jordan James and Jake Lanford scored 13 points each to lead the Cyclones to a 43-32 win over the Hammond Skyhawks in the quarterfinals of the SCISA boys’ 3A basketball playoffs at the Sumter Civic Center Wednesday, Fe More...

Travel

Laos, strangely wonderful

Part 4: Historic Sites

Laos has a growing economy, a stable government, a friendly population, ancient Buddhist temples, and World Heritage Sites. A few of these are: More...

Downtown Church to move to former central energy facility at BullStreet

Downtown Church, a Presbyterian congregation based in downtown Columbia has announced it will relocate to the Bull- Street neighborhood. More...

On Second Thought

Energy Auditing a Historic House

As April 15 approaches, our thoughts turn to the importance of complying with Uncle Sam’s tax requirements— so as to avoid being audited. More...

Quirky Crimes in the Capital City

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ASK US AT THE STAR

With the influx of coyotes into South Carolina, I want to know more about their threat to other animals.

The number of coyotes, which first appeared in South Carolina in the 1970s, continues to increase greatly, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources reports. More...

Business

Ginormous takes on the Cinnamonster

The Cinnamonster, Devine Cinnamon Roll Deli’s 12- pound cinnamon roll, has captured the attention of the Food Network series “Ginormous Food.” Host, food fanatic Josh Denny and crew, will be coming to Columbia Saturday, March 4 to s More...

City Snippets

Raceway impact: $53 million Darlington Raceway contributes nearly $53 million in annual economic impact to South Carolina, according to a recent study by USC professor Tom Regan. More...

Society

Second Annual Deckle Edge Literary Festival brings activities and Authors to Columbia

Richland County Public Library, South Carolina State Library, Art Bar, St. Peter’s Catholic Church, One Columbia for Arts and History, and the South Carolina Bar Association were the hosts for the 2nd Annual Deckle Edge Literary Festival.  More...

Veteran receives American flag for his family’s new home

On February 18, Cpt. John Chappell Chapter, Colonial Dames of 17th Century was privileged to present an American flag to Sgt. Robert Barber at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for his new home in Chapin. More...

Granby DAR Chapter honors good citizens

At its February meeting, the Granby DAR Chapter in Lexington recognized four area High School Seniors and their families for receiving the DAR Good Citizens Award.  These four seniors selected by their schools are individuals who possess good ci More...

Events

Events

•ANIMALS Columbia Animal Services will hold a St. Patrick’s Day pet adoption special March 17, dogs and cats adoption fees will be $17, in celebration of St. More...

Home & Garden

Are you america’s Best home Gardener?

Stopping to smell the flowers

Tournaments like the Masters, Olympics, and World Series celebrate athletic excellence. The Emmy’s, Grammy’s, and Oscar’s honor performing artists. The National and Westminster dog shows select best in breed. More...

Star Chefs

Moussaka   More...

Public Notices - Free Access

Public Notices

NOTICE OF  UNCLAIMED  VEHICLES/PUBLIC  More...

Legals

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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 Representa-tives, appointed to administer these estates, and to file their claims on Form #371PC with the Probate Court of More...