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Heart and Sole Run is Saturday, to create female heart disease awareness

Women from all around will come to Columbia’s Finlay Park Saturday to participate in Lexington Medical Center’s 17th Heart and Sole Run. According to Race Director Jeanne Moffett, the purpose of the race is to create awareness about heart disease in women, which is the number one killer of women today. Moffett said this is the type of race any…

Storm causes property damage, Red Cross helping

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Storm blows through, wreaks havoc in Richland, Lexington counties

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Severe weather, possible tornado, in Columbia forecast

A tornado watch has been issued for Columbia and parts of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. The tornado watch is valid until 7 p.m. Sunday. The National Weather Service’s Columbia office issued the tornado watch, Sunday. In addition, a line of thunderstorms are predicted to move in and produce strong, damaging gusts of wind, and the possibility of…

Columbia International Festival going on Saturday, Sunday – Photo gallery

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Presbyterian retirement community holds statewide Olympic games

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They were “all drunk” at USC in 1844, part of archivist’s tour

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New baby giraffe fitting in at Riverbanks Zoo

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Boutique Hotel Trundle offers “sparkle” to Columbia

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Brig. Gen. Milford H. “Beags” Beagle Jr., new Fort Jackson commander, is a South Carolinian

Brig. Gen. Milford H. “Beags” Beagle Jr. – Linked in Photo. The Army Training Center and Fort Jackson will welcome Brig. Gen. Milford H. “Beags” Beagle Jr., as its new commanding general in a ceremony tentatively scheduled in June. Beagle will assume command from Maj. Gen. Pete Johnson, who is leaving Fort Jackson to become the deputy commanding general, U.S….

Panera Bread donating cookie sale proceeds to MUSC’s Autism initiative

Michelle Renew of the Dude, Danielle Covelli of Covelli Enterprises, with Marie Stover and Colin Jones of Midlands Media Group. Covelli Enterprises, the largest franchisee of Panera Bread,  launched its “Pieces of Hope for Autism” cookie campaign, Monday.  The campaign will be conducted until Sunday, within Autism Awareness month for a project of the Medical University of South Carolina. “We’re…

Coroner identifies 19-year-old killed in Columbia vehicle accident

Richland County Coroner Gary Watts has released the name of the individual who died Friday morning in a single-vehicle collision. The crash occurred at 3:30 a.m. in the 1100 block of Leesburg Road, Columbia. Robert D. Edelmayer, 19, of Austin Street, Columbia, was the driver of a vehicle that left the road and struck a tree. Edelmayer was transported from…

Great Southern Homes first quarter 2018 sales sets records

Great Southern Homes, based in Irmo, has set a first quarter (2018) sales record. For the first quarter 2018, the company produced a record volume in sales with 323 homes sold, the largest quarterly sales production in the company’s 14-year history. The 323 homes sold in this year’s first quarter represent a 46% increase compared to the first quarter a…

Coroner releases names of 3 teens killed in Irmo car crash

Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has released the identities of the three juveniles that were killed Wednesday in a single-vehicle accident. The crash occurred Wednesday at approximately 9:37 p.m. in the 100 block of Piney Grove Road in Lexington County. Fisher stated that Travis Lamount Green, Jr., 15, of Columbia was transported toPalmetto Health Richland where he died shortly after…

Richland County flood victim is first to receive new home from grant funds

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3 teens die in crash in stolen car, say Irmo Police

Three teens are dead after a vehicle crash in Irmo Wednesday night. The crash, according to the Irmo Police Department started as a traffic stop for speeding. The car was stolen car and the collision took place on Piney Grove Road. Police attempted to pull over the car, a Pontiac G6, for speeding , at about 9:30 p.m. The police…

Midlands Media Group introduces FIZZ, internet radio site

Click for link to FIZZ Radio The owners of 94.3 The Dude, and ColaDaily have incorporated another media outlet. Link to FIZZ Radio – The Sound of Soda City FIZZ – The Sound of Soda City, is a local internet radio format that is specifically geared toward the Columbia area. The type of music FIZZ offers is “Album Adult Alternative,” similar…

Columbia military museum gets sword owned by Revolutionary War hero

Horry sword Peter Horry was one of the first South Carolinians to join the Patriot cause after the Revolutionary War broke out in 1775. He would win fame as second-in-command to Francis Marion, the legendary Swamp Fox. Horry, a planter who, like Marion, was of Huguenot descent, belonged to a family that would eventually own four rice plantations in what…

Nike Palmetto Cup high school soccer tournament begins Tuesday

Special to ColaDaily  The Nike Palmetto Cup has undergone quite an evolution. The tournament started in 1993 as the Brookland-Cayce Classic by co-founder and former Bearcats’ head coach Kevin Heise and his brother Kyle. In 2002, it became the Palmetto Cup. For six years, the tournament has been recognized as the NIKE Palmetto Cup to reflect the sponsorship from the…

Victim in fatal Richland County crash is identified

Richland County Coroner Gary Watts has released the name of the individual who died as a result of being involved in a single-vehicle collision at 1:27 a.m. yesterday. The collision occurred at Farrow and Parklane Roads, Columbia. Antwone L. Davenport, 51, of Platt Springs Road, West Columbia, was an unrestrained passenger who was ejected from the vehicle and died at…

Pedestrian killed, driver leaves the scene in Richland County

A pedestrian has been killed in a hit-and-run vehicle collision, according to Lance Cpl. Judd Jones of the S.C. Highway Patrol The incident happened at 11:40 p.m., Thursday on South Cedar Creek Road. It’s in the Gadsden area, near Congaree National Park. Jones Troopers said a pedestrian was killed after being hit by a car. The driver of the car…

Gov. Henry McMaster hosts First Annual S.C. Vietnam War Veterans Day

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Congaree National Park experiences record-breaking visitor numbers

Lots of people traveled to Congaree National Park in Richland County throughout 2017. So many in fact that the park experienced a record-breaking amount of visitors since it opened in 1985. Almost 160,000 people visited the park. That’s an increase of about 15,000 from 2016. It’s almost a 10 percent improvement in numbers. Park Interpretive Ranger Greg Cunningham attributes the…

Special Olympians rally, celebrate inclusion at the State House

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