Craft lovers in Irmo will soon welcome a new Hobby Lobby to the area.
US News & World Report released the rankings for South Carolina's top hospitals this week, and Lexington Medical Center was listed as No. 5. The hospital was also at the top of the list for the Columbia area.
A new development project set to begin on Main Street Columbia in August will soon be creating between 28 to 30 new apartments.
The Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber is also a visitor's program, as emphasized by CEO Tim James Monday afternoon. The organization held its first Tourism Symposium at the DoubleTree by Hilton, bringing together representatives from a variety of attractions across the Cayce-West Columbia …
Hire Me SC launched a free online resource for families of people with disabilities. The organization is a statewide workforce development campaign to increase employment outcomes for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Officials on behalf of Cason Development Group announced Wednesday that the company has acquired one of the main corners in Columbia's Five Points, at Harden and Devine streets.
Sneakerheads and lovers of nostalgic fashion will have a new outlet to shop their favorite looks come Aug. 14.
Patients at Columbia’s Prisma Health Baptist Hospital can take comfort in knowing they are receiving some of the best nursing care anywhere.
The Lake Carolina neighborhood welcomed a new business to the block Wednesday with the opening of Vinnie's Pizza & Frozen Yogurt Cafe.
Indah Coffee’s location at 1332 Main St. in Columbia is scheduled to permanently close. The store's final day of operation will be Saturday, July 17.
Recent South Carolina unemployment claims show the Palmetto State is one of the fastest economically recovering states from the pandemic, but talking to some local business owners paints another picture.
The Irmo Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting in June for the Columbia-based business, The Art of Charcuterie. Owned by Judy Etheredge, the business operates out of her Celeb Studio Cafe space at 224 O'Neil Ct., Suite 19.
Lexington resident Tonie-Dawn Nation never realized one of her hobbies would end up leading to owning her own business.
Prestage Farms announced plans to construct a new processing facility in Kershaw County Thursday. The $150 million investment will create 292 new jobs in the Midlands.
Palms to Palmettos, the eclectic art gallery and shop at 3357 Leaphart Road in West Columbia, has been closed to the public since March of 2020.
Blythewood area residents feeding a pandemic-boosted craving for takeout and delivery food will have another option next month when a new Domino’s Pizza opens in the Village at Blythewood.
Business leaders in Blythewood have elected five new members to the Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce board of directors for fiscal year 2021–2022.
Members and supporters of the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce gathered Tuesday afternoon at the chamber house to celebrate the completion of extensive building renovations that have taken place over the past six months.
There's a new physical therapy office in the Ballentine/Irmo area personalizing care options to help patients improve and restore their health.
River Bluff High School was busy Thursday as the Lexington Business Expo brought nearly 100 business vendors and an estimated 300 to 500 public attendees in participation.
Samantha Leitner has been marrying couples since 1989. She became a certified wedding officiant and ordained minister in 2017, and recently decided it was time to take her services one step further.
Supporters gathered Tuesday afternoon in Lexington as Modern Exterminating Compay, Inc. owners held a ribbon-cutting to mark the official opening of their newest office. The facility will be the headquarters for their expansion into the Lexington area, located at 5223 Augusta Rd.
The pandemic recovery is in full swing in the Columbia area, judging by the number of people leaving town on a plane or coming here to visit.
The past year has prompted several changes to the Five Points district, with multiple storefront businesses closing including some bars due to liquor license protests. There are about 30 open storefronts currently in the area. The volatile time has left Five Points in a unique position with …
The American Red Cross of South Carolina received a new vehicle to add to their fleet Wednesday, as CEO Lou Kennedy of Nephron Pharmaceuticals donated a Dodge ProMaster 3500 to the organization. The vehicle will be used to collect and deliver life-saving blood across South Carolina. It will …
It was a night of celebration Sunday as dozens of supporters gathered to honor Transitions Homeless Center at the Palmetto Club in Columbia. The organization celebrated its 10th anniversary with a celebratory Chef's Feast dinner.
Columbia celebrated Caribbean Heritage Month on Main Street Saturday, though the party was interrupted by a rainstorm that may have been nature’s way of celebrating the tropical monsoon season.
Blythewood’s newest hotel plans to open its doors to guests by Labor Day, according to Anderson-based Paragon Hotel Company. The four-story, 88-room Home2 Suites by Hilton is under construction near the intersection of Interstate 77 and Blythewood Road.
An international producer of packaging materials is expanding its operations in Blythewood, in part to support the growing e-commerce trend.
The future owner of a new residence in the developing St. Anns Alley community will soon be able to live and work out of the same building.
Officials from Riverbanks Zoo and Garden announced Monday morning that guests will no longer have to sign up for a timed reservation to visit the attraction.
Aside from being a breakfast classic, cereal has become the unofficial "meal" for times when a full dinner is just too much to think about after a long day.
A beloved Five Points dining spot will close its doors after eight years of business. Nicky's Pizzeria, located at 2123 Greene Street in Columbia, is saying goodbye to Five Points this month.
The lengths some people go to get the “perfect selfie” can be quite extensive. Midlands resident Conetta Griffin decided to make it easier for everyone.
The Chapin area gained a new business Tuesday, as Sheppard's Glass Service opened its doors to customers for the first time at a new location. The company, providing full service for auto, commercial and residential glass, is located at 855 Chapin Rd.
St Anns Alley, a developing community of single-family homes in West Columbia's River District, will soon be undergoing Phase II of construction.
“It’s time to change our habits. We’ve got to get off the computer and get to the store,” advised Tim James with the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce.