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We just flipped the calendar to winter a few weeks ago, but it’s not too soon to start preparing your yard or garden for spring, according to Richland County soil and water experts.

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Midlands foodies will have the chance to explore local dining options over the next 11 days while participating in Restaurant Week.

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Harvest Hope Food Bank staff and volunteers are mourning the loss of former CEO Wendy Broderick, who passed away at 46-years-old. Organization leaders established the Wendy Broderick Memorial Fund Tuesday to honor her memory.

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A big boost has arrived with the start of 2021 for many nonprofits and small and minority-owned businesses in the Midlands and across South Carolina.

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While it may not feel like it in South Carolina, January is the heart of ice hockey season, and even in the famously hot Midlands, kids can learn to skate and what it means to guard the crease, watch the blue line and put the biscuit in the basket.

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United States Attorney Peter McCoy announced Wednesday that Kevin B. Marsh, former SCANA Chief Executive Officer and former Chairman of its Board of Directors, is scheduled to plead guilty Tuesday, Dec. 29 in federal court to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.

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The holidays are here and local charities are helping make an impact on Midlands communities by giving back to those in need. In the case of Camp Cole, the buildings are being constructed and will soon be equipped to help thousands of local residents once finished.

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The South Carolina State Museum is celebrating the holiday season with special discounted admission from Dec. 26 through Jan. 3 (closed Monday, Dec. 28). During that time, children from 3 to 12 will also receive free general admission. Guests are invited to explore four floors of exhibition …

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The holidays are here and local charities are helping make an impact on Midlands communities by giving back to those in need.

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Santa couldn’t make it this year (no doubt safeguarding his health for the big day later this month), but Blythewood area residents still welcomed a special celebrity guest at Sunday’s Christmas tree lighting: Blythewood resident and “The Voice” finalist CammWess.