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Prisma Health Midlands Foundation officials are moving the 31st Walk for Life and Famously Hot Pink Half Marathon +5K to a fully virtual event in 2021. The change comes due to the rise of COVID-19 cases and the surge caused by the Delta variant. The decision was announced Monday.

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Game day this week in Columbia meant more than just football, as hundreds of people gathered to compete in a much older sport, one with roots going back to the Roman Empire.

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The Gamecock football team rallied from 14-0 down Saturday afternoon at East Carolina for a 20-17 win as Parker White booted a 36-yard field goal on the game’s final play. The Gamecocks improved to 2-0 on the young season thanks to White’s heroics and a defense that kept the game close while…

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In Columbia, in Cayce, on campus at the University of South Carolina, and all across the country, people paused Saturday morning to remember and reflect on a Tuesday morning 20 years ago.

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Columbia and West Columbia city councils held meetings Wednesday to discuss reinstating mask mandates. Both city councils approved emergency ordinances, and Columbia's mandate takes effect immediately. West Columbia's will begin Friday at 6 a.m.

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Officials from the South Carolina State Fair announced Wednesday that discount fair admission and ride tickets are now on sale through Tuesday, Oct. 12. Patrons can save up to 50% by purchasing their tickets in advance at SCStateFair.org, or at participating Circle K locations.

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Colleen Graziadei and Cindy Duesler moved to Chapin from New York two years ago to begin their retired living. Although the couple was ready to build a house and settle down a bit, they still did not want to consider themselves "idle." Graziadei and Duesler happened to see a brightly-lit, at…

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Lieutenant Craig Augenstein graduated from the Naval Academy in 1987. After the academy, he went to nuclear power school and became a nuclear officer on a submarine in Charleston. In his five years of service, he went on a couple deployments to the Mediterranean and just north of the Arctic Circle.

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The game is important, but any Gamecocks fan will tell you winning the tailgate matters too. With Williams-Brice Stadium back at full capacity for a University of South Carolina home game for the first time since 2019, the crowd was ready and got things started long before the kickoff.

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The Shane Beamer Era of Gamecock football opened in a positive way Saturday night in Columbia, a 46-0 win over FCS member Eastern Illinois. Quarterback Zeb Noland passed for four touchdowns and ZaQuandre White rushed for 133 yards including a 63-yard touchdown. The defense was equally impres…

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After a week dealing with the loss of teammate offensive lineman Jack Alkhatib, top-ranked Dutch Fork returns to action Friday.

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Students at W. A. Perry Middle School will now have a new little place where they can grab a book. Members of the Columbia Capital Rotary Club installed a Little Free Library on on the school's campus last month. The installation partnership is in conjunction with Richland School District On…

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It's almost time for the University of South Carolina's McCutchen House to offer lunches again. The student-run restaurant has been operating under restrictions after it was closed to the public during the 2020-2021 school year due to COVID.

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Wingard's Market in Lexington is now working alongside Central South Carolina Habitat for Humanity to help local residents. The Lexington garden center is donating plants, flowers and additional landscaping to as many as six new homes built by the organization in the Midlands this year.