Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has identified the individual who did as a result of being struck by a motor vehicle in the 2400 block of Augusta Road around 9 p.m. Thursday.
It was a night of celebration and fun Tuesday at Stone River in West Columbia for the fifth annual Taste on the River. This year’s event also was in memory of one of the event’s founders, Bill Mooneyhan.
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.
West Columbia officials are implementing a new campaign to embrace the residents, entrepreneurs and businesses encompassing the "WeCo #HeadWest spirit."
Carolina Together will unite the community Jun. 3 to support the West Columbia Beautification Foundation during the Celebrity Golf Classic.
Members of the Richland County Ag + Art Tour Committee gathered Thursday morning at Senate's End in Columbia alongside local farmers and artists, preparing for the annual Ag + Art Tour.
Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher notified the public Wednesday after identifying the individual who died following a minibike collision. The driver was a 13-year-old male from the Pine Ridge community.
St Anns Alley, a developing community of single-family homes in West Columbia's River District, will soon be undergoing Phase II of construction.
Springdale police reported information Thursday afternoon regarding an incident that occurred May 12 after school dismissed at Springdale Elementary School.
“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.
Officials from Lexington School District Two arrived at West Columbia's House of Raeford Thursday morning with a signed banner and dozens of thank you cards from students who recently benefited from a donation by the organization.
South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman announced Wednesday that the state would be canceling the face mask policy for public schools.
Governor Henry McMaster issued an executive order late Tuesday afternoon which gives parents the power to decide whether their children should wear masks in public schools across the state. It goes into effect immediately.
Joseph Dickey is a local attorney and managing partner of a law firm. He’s also a husband, father and a West Columbia City Council representative. All that makes him more than just a lawyer: he’s a super lawyer.
An outdoor festival on a spring evening with art, bands, food and fun: it was a scene that was very familiar before the pandemic and one that vanished for more than a year, but a sign that things are hopefully returning to normal.
Dozens of Midlands-area registered nurses are among 100 to receive the Palmetto Gold award for excellence in nursing practice and commitment to the nursing profession.
Mother's Day weekend is inching closer and as last-minute shoppers eagerly search for gifts, Cola Daily is lending a helping hand in finding mom the perfect activity or present from local businesses.
Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has identified the individual who died as a result of a single-vehicle accident that occurred in the 2100 block of Broad Street around 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Tupelo Grove Events will host a grand reopening Saturday at a new location in Cayce. The florist was formerly homed on Columbia's North Main Street, but has since been moved to 1004 12th St.
The tables were set and the drinks were on deck Sunday afternoon as volunteers and staff awaited the crowds for the annual Gervais Street Bridge Dinner.
Wednesday is National Pay It Forward Day, and two local companies decided to work together to help brighten the day of Midlands residents.
Officials from Panera Bread announced Thursday that the company will be hosting a hiring day Monday, April 26 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Officials from Lexington County notified the public that after a vote Tuesday afternoon, county council has put a temporary stop on new, large-scale residential developments throughout the unincorporated areas of the county. "Unincorporated areas" are defined by any areas that do not fall wi…
Officials from West Columbia's House of Raeford will be holding a job fair Thursday, April 15, to hire up to 100 new employees.
Covelli Enterprises, the largest franchisee of Panera Bread, is partnering with Autism Speaks throughout April for its ‘Pieces of Hope for Autism’ campaign. Panera Bread will sell cookies frosted with blue icing shaped like puzzle pieces to honor Autism Awareness Month.
Members of American Legion Congaree Post 90 are welcoming guests to partake in a flag retirement ceremony April 24 at the South Congaree Arena.
The West Columbia Beautification Foundation has officially approved the date for the 2021 Taste on the River, as of Thursday afternoon. The highly-anticipated event will be held June 8 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Stone River.
Mota Crosslinking Business Academy held an official ribbon cutting ceremony in West Columbia Wednesday, and will serve as a connecting point for aspiring business professionals.
Easter is right around the corner and local churches are gearing up to host services for guests and members to safely attend in 2021. It is a tradition for some churches to hold sunrise services specifically on Easter Sunday, many of them outdoors, so guests can see the sun as it rises while…
The first Bull Bash will be coming to West Columbia Friday and Saturday: two back-to-back nights of competition featuring bulls, broncs and champion riders.
There is a possibility of inclement weather across South Carolina Thursday, including the risk of potential tornadoes, hail, and heavy rain.
Officials from the Midlands Crafters Association will be hosting a free family-friendly event for the community this weekend, March 20 and 21.
One of the Midlands’ most popular events has been scheduled for late spring. The Gervais Street Bridge Dinner, which was canceled in 2020, now is planned for Sunday, May 2.
Governor Henry McMaster updated an executive order Friday, no longer requiring masks to be worn inside government buildings or restaurants. According to the order, the change goes into effect immediately.