The official start of fall is just a few days away, and organizers are planning for the annual Fall Plant and Flower Festival at the South Carolina State Farmers Market.
A member of the Boy Scouts of America in the Midlands designed an Eagle Scout Service Project that would make a broad impact on international communities.
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control confirmed Wednesday that a stray, white kitten with orange coloring on its ears, paws, tail and face (also known as a Siamese flame point) tested positive for rabies.
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.
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.
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.
Regardless of the temperature in Columbia, the first day of fall is less than two weeks away, and City Roots Farm is hosting an early celebration of the arrival of autumn.
The Blythewood community will take swings for charity next week during the sixth annual Wild Mayhem golf tournament at Cobblestone Park Golf Club.
Officials from Carolina Together, the nonprofit in charge of carrying out the Gervais Street Bridge Dinner, made the announcement Wednesday that the October dinner will be canceled.
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.
The Auntie Karen Foundation will host its 17th annual Legends of Concert series Friday at 8 p.m. with a special guest lined up to perform.
It's almost time to pull out the fall decor and start ordering those pumpkin spice lattes. The autumn season officially begins Sept. 22, but the South Carolina State Farmers Market will be hosting the annual Fall Arts & Crafts Market a few days beforehand. The event will be held Sept. 18…
Local residents and out-of-towners traveled to Chapin Monday morning for the town's annual Labor Day parade, followed by a street festival.
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.
Palmetto Conservation Corps officials named Catie Hutchinson as the organization’s new program director this week. She will travel throughout the state in her new role as she supervises work on the Palmetto Trail, a mountains-to-the-sea hiking and biking trail that passes directly through th…
EdVenture Children’s Museum is celebrating Community Heroes Month by offering free admission to military, first responders and their immediate families.
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.
Columbia's beloved Greek Festival has brought the community together for a weekend of food, music, dancing and art for more than three decades.
Lexington’s Gibson Pond Park is now open to the public after being closed for more than a year. The hiatus came due to construction on the park's new dam and other park renovations.
The Columbia Fireflies announced Tuesday that an Oktoberfest celebration will be held at Segra Park Sept. 24 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.Oktoberfest will feature a variety of breweries with beers, seltzers and ciders, including:
Columbia is overflowing with talented artists, and more than a dozen put their work on display Saturday at the city’s newest co-workspace and event venue.
From salsa to merengue to reggaeton to grupero. From arepas to tacos to tamales to pupususas. Columbia’s Main Street Latin Festival celebrated music, food and culture from Puerto Rico, Mexico, Cuba, Venezuela, Costa Rica and many more countries and regions on Saturday.
Blythewood area residents hoping for improved facilities at Blythewood Park will have the opportunity to share their ideas and concerns with the Richland County Recreation Commission next week. The commission will hold a community meeting to collect feedback for enhancements and facility imp…
The Richland Library Friends and Foundation announced the return of its book sales Thursday. New safety measures will be in place to better serve shoppers.
Dutch Fork High School will be hosting a memorial service to honor senior Jack Alkhatib Friday at 7:30 p.m. The service will be held on the school's football field and will last about 30 minutes, according to Lexington-Richland District Five officials.
Columbia Metropolitan Airport is partnering with South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, RRT and Extraordinary Headhunters, LLC., to bring a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site to the airport. The testing site will operate beginning Aug. 30.
Storytelling is one of humanity’s oldest arts, and as enjoyable now as it was in the earliest days of history. Richland Library will keep the tradition alive Tuesday at the North Main location.
Richland School District Two officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday at Ridge View High School's new football stadium, located at 4801 Hard Scrabble Rd., Columbia. The project was made possible by the passage of the $468 million Pathways to Premier Facilities bond referendum that vot…
The Capital City/Lake Murray Country Regional Tourism Board's annual meeting and 40th year celebration was held last week in Irmo. The meeting served as a way for guests to learn about everything the organization has accomplished this year to promote tourism and economic development in Richl…
South Carolina residents ages 13 to 21 who have a documented diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder can now utilize The Unumb Center for Neurodevelopment's pre-employment transition services.
Officials from EdVenture Children's Museum will soon be hosting their first Special Night for Special Needs.
The South Carolina State Fair is less than two months away, and general manager Nancy Smith excitedly announced the in-person return of the beloved annual event at a press conference Monday. It will be held Oct. 13 through 24.
Columbia’s art scene continues to thrive, and one annual event showcasing the next generation of talented creators officially expanded Saturday.
Batman, The Avengers, the heroes of Star Wars, Archie Andrews and friends, the Suicide Squad, the Teen Titans, Princess Amethyst of Gemworld, Avatar Korra, and so many more came together Saturday in the biggest team-up in the comic book world.