Lovers of queso and guac will soon have a new restaurant to try in Lexington. Diablo’s Southwest Grill will offer fast-casual food with options like quesadillas, burritos, nachos and salads.
Blythewood Chamber of Commerce members ventured outside the town limits Thursday night to learn more about the recently expanded services at Providence Health-Northeast hospital.
Lexington Medical Center opened its new urgent care and imaging center near the intersection of Highway 378 and Interstate 20 in Lexington. It’s behind the Chick-fil-A restaurant.
Tonight, I’m proud to tell you that the state of the state is strong," said S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster near the beginning of his State of the State Address, Wednesday, from the S.C. State House.
Chapin Mayor David Knight along with other community members raised their glasses as they toasted to the town’s newest business Tuesday afternoon. The Greater Chapin Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony at Lazy Creek Taphouse to celebrate the craft beer and wine bar’s official …
Joe Taylor presented West Columbia City Council, Tuesday, with a large copy of a map of almost 60 locally owned restaurants.
Site work has begun on Savage Craft Ale Works in West Columbia’s River District. The yard of the buildings is being cleared, and crews are working inside, too. A security fence has been installed around the property.
Ground was broken, officially, on Marriott International's TownPlace Suites at 2915 Sunset Blvd. in West Columbia (across from Lexington Medical Center) Friday morning. Site work on the project has been going on for a while.
The Greater Cayce - West Columbia Chamber of Commerce 2020 Awards Dinner was held at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in West Columbia, Thursday evening. Brent Johnson of 93.1 The lake served as emcee for the 200 or so guests.
The Quality Inn and Suites completed a total remodel of its 57 rooms in October. The hotel at 3020 Charleston Highway in West Columbia was formerly the Country Hearth Inn and Suites.
Business owner Jaime Bohnke has been preparing to open her new restaurant and sweet shop in Chapin for quite some time.
Passenger traffic at in 2019 was up… way up! 1,353,788 passengers traveled through the airport – a 13.03% increase over 2018, according to a release from Columbia Metropolitan Airport.
Mike and Margie Johnson have a love for pets and the humans who take care of them. That love prompted the couple to begin their newest business venture of opening a pet crematorium in Cayce. Columbia Pet Cremation Center provides services including burial, cremation, memorialization, and any…
If greens — collards, kale, mustard or turnip — appear on your holiday table, chances are they were grown by Midlands-based farm WPRawl.
From Cafe Strudel and Terra to Bricks and Stones Pizza Company and Compton’s Kitchen, West Columbia has some of the most popular restaurants around. And the Christmas season is one of the busiest times of the year for those establishments.
A “sweet” new addition has just been added to Forest Acres. Nothing Bundt Cakes officially opened its doors to anxious customers Saturday, in the developing Cardinal Crossing shopping center (4619 Forest Drive, Suite 1).
Steel Hands Brewing has been open for just a few days more than a year in Cayce, and its owners have delivered on their promise to make it much more than just another place to have a beer.
A new West Columbia business welcomed four-legged customers and their humans to 1301 C. Avenue Thursday morning. Wags to Whiskers held its official ribbon cutting, hosted by the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit will be holding its grand opening in Lexington Saturday beginning at 11 a.m. The Texas-style barbecue restaurant is located inside the Lexington Walmart at 5556 Sunset Blvd. Owner Jeff White said he’s excited for the grand opening which has been “a long time coming.”
The Lexington-Richland School District Five Board of Trustees gave final approval to begin construction on the new elementary school in Chapin at a Dec. 9 meeting, according to a Wednesday press release.
It’s been 30 years since Blythewood-based Patterson Fan, the Authority in Air Movement, was created. The company originally began as a side business to Solar Shield Inc.
The Honor Project's fifth annual WildMayhem Golf Tournament was held Oct. 24 at Cobblestone Park Golf Club in Blythewood. The tournament raised $25,232.02 for two local charities. This year's recipients were the ColaJazz Foundation and PAALS - Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services. Proceeds…
There’s a new grocer that opened Wednesday morning in the Lexington Marketplace shopping center. GreenWise - a Publix-owned market - offers natural, organic, and specialty products.
Representatives from Flying Saucer in Columbia's Vista announced Wednesday that the restaurant and bar will be closing its doors after last call on Tuesday, Dec. 10. Known for its variety of beer, the store has been in operation since 2003. An exact reason is not mentioned for the closure, j…
A new TownPlace Suites by Marriott is being built beside Freddy's on Sunset Boulevard in West Columbia. It is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2020 according to a sign on the property.
On Black Friday, the news was filled with stories of crowds battling to grab the best bargains at big chain stores like Walmart and Target. Saturday was another big shopping day, but the focus was on places with budgets nowhere near the billions.
South Carolina’s economy is strong because of a 2.6 percent unemployment rate. But the rate of growth in 2020 could be slower than in 2019.
Grecian Gardens is featured in the November-December edition of the City of West Columbia’s Newsletter. The article is also included below.
The “baddest burger in town” is about to be available in Forest Acres. Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar is scheduled to open at 4623 Forest Dr. on Dec. 9.
It was announced via Takosushi's website, that the popular restaurant in Columbia's Vista has permanently closed as of Thursday.
Affordable Medical Equipment has been at 1538 Sunset Boulevard in West Columbia since 2007. But that is going to change in the next 12 months.