Nephron Pharmaceuticals in West Columbia is hiring line technicians.
Waffle House is giving community members an opportunity to show their gratitude to some very essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The owners of Spotters Sports Nutrition in Lexington are doing their part to help others during the COVID-19 pandemic. The staff is offering free lawn care services to local elderly residents.
With the CDC and other experts advising that the best thing to do during the ongoing fight with coronavirus is stay at home, churches in the Midlands have had difficult choices to make.
Businesses still operating amid the COVID-19 pandemic have implemented adjustments to continue prioritizing the safety of guests and employees.
In partnership with Scofflaw Brewing Co., the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association (SCRLA) has launched a relief fund to assist hospitality workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Representatives from Home Depot announced Wednesday that the company will be hiring 80 part-time and full-time seasonal employees at the West Columbia distribution center.
In an effort to ensure accurate information is received by all who may still need to fly for work-related purposes, Columbia Metropolitan Airport released updated information Wednesday regarding airlines and their various flight schedules.
Dollar General representatives announced Monday that all medical personnel, first responders, and activated National Guardsmen will be given a 10 percent discount on qualifying purchases. Customers can present their employment badge or ID at more than 16,300 stores to receive the discount.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is kicking off National Doctors’ Day by providing all healthcare workers a free dozen of original glazed doughnuts. The offer will continue each Monday through National Nurses Week (May 6-12).
The coronavirus crisis has brought many challenges, including the best way to get groceries without risking contagion. Meanwhile, farmers are seeing their crops die in the fields and workers are being laid off because some of their largest customers have shut down. In the Midlands, FoodShare…
Tuesday was the final day that Columbia's M Vista and Irmo's M Kitchen provided carry-out orders for customers. Owner Michelle Wang Cao officially decided Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. that she would close both restaurants until further notice, due to the COVID-19 crisis. The Asian restaurants…
Riverbanks Zoo and Garden representatives announced Wednesday that the facility will remain closed to the public through April 30. The decision comes as a response to guidelines from state and federal leaders encouraging social distancing to help slow the spread of coronavirus in the community.
Chapin businesses are among many in the Midlands serving their community through adjusted hours and dining options during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Governor Henry McMaster thanked 12 different South Carolina grocers at a press conference Monday for implementing senior shopping hours, since his request last week. Many grocers in the Midlands are offering specific times where senior citizens, pregnant women, shoppers with disabilities, an…
Representatives from The Ritedose Corporation, a Columbia-based pharmaceutical company, announced Saturday that the organization has donated 50 liters of hand sanitizer to Prisma Health.
Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation CEO and Owner Lou Kennedy has donated 50 liters of hand sanitizer to the William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center.
Dominion Energy South Carolina announced Monday that the company will be making a $125,000 contribution to the One SC Fund to support a collaborative statewide response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The contribution is part of the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation’s $1 million to support nat…
Officials announced Sunday that all locations of the national merchandise retail store, Bed Bath & Beyond, will be temporarily closing as of Monday. The decision was made in an effort to help combat the spread of COVID-19. Stores are scheduled to reopen April 3.
Columbia’s oldest shopping village has weathered many storms in more than 100 years serving the Capital City. The coronavirus crisis is unlike any in recent memory, but as with all the others, the locals who make the neighborhood special are working together to get through it, and offering a…
As community members and businesses continue adjusting to the COVID-19 quarantine guidelines, the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce wants to remind Irmo residents of local businesses still serving the community.
Local small businesses that have suffered significant economic injury because of the coronavirus pandemic now have access to financial aid.
The coronavirus crisis is one unlike any in recent memory, and Columbia businesses are working to deal with it. The challenge is even greater for locally owned establishments, who do not have the financial resources of chains like Target or Walmart to help them weather the storm.
The COVID-19 pandemic quarantine period has run its course on local businesses over the past week, but the Lexington Chamber of Commerce reminds residents to keep supporting local businesses through this time.
Owner of Goodfellas Grill & Bar, Carla Trotter, has been planning to reopen her business at the store’s new location for quite awhile. Now, with the recent mandate from Governor Henry McMaster to close all dine-in services due to COVID-19 concerns, Trotter decided she still wasn’t going …
Most Blythewood area restaurants and many other businesses are continuing to operate during the coronavirus outbreak. The Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce has released a list of local businesses and how they’re operating now.
Southeastern Grocers Inc., the parent company of BI-LO, announced that management has decided to take immediate actions to better-assist the community during this unprecedented time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus crisis has resulted in the closing of in-dining services at all South Carolina restaurants by order of Gov. Henry McMaster.
Dominion Energy officials are doing what they can to help the community during a time of uncertainty and adjustments.
Amid closings and cancellations due to the coronavirus, local business owners have suddenly found themselves in a challenging position. While some have had to shut their doors until further notice, others are hoping to see customers utilize their services to keep the local economy alive duri…
Representatives from the South Carolina State Museum announced Tuesday that the facility will now be closed to the public. There is no predetermined timeframe for reopening. However, the SCSM's Jared Glover said staff will be monitoring the COVID-19 situation as is continues.
The Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce honored a multitude of chamber partners this month at the 2020 Irmo Chamber Awards Night and Gala. The event was held at the Doubletree by Hilton.
Representatives from Riverbanks Zoo and Garden made the announcement Sunday evening that the facility will be closed for the rest of the month, beginning Monday.
Representatives from the Lexington Chick-fil-A at 5560 Sunset Boulevard (in front of Walmart) notified patrons via Facebook Sunday they will be eliminating the dine-in option at their store. The decision was made in response to COVID-19 concerns.
Miyo's of Lexington patrons have about two more weeks to get their General Tso's chicken, godzilla rolls, and deluxe fried rice.