Susan Ardis, WLTX

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Past articles by Susan:

Charleston classic restaurant coming to Forest Acres

Charleston hospitality group branching out to Forest Acres, a suburb of Columbia, South Carolina, opening restaurant in late spring of 2022. → Read More

Upscale Greek restaurant coming to Main Street Columbia

Restaurant to serve upscale Greek cuisine, have space for live music and DJs on second floor at 1734 Main St. → Read More

More infrastructure money headed to South Carolina

More infrastructure money is pouring in to South Carolina from the US Department of Agriculture, this time to help fund emergency services and combat food insecurity → Read More

South Carolina Supreme Court hears argument for new trial in Tim Jones case

Lexington, South Carolina, man asks SC Supreme Court to overturn guilty conviction and grant new trial in murder of his five children. → Read More

Richland County to extend business licenses renewal deadline to May 1, 2022

All jurisdictions in South Carolina must comply with statewide standardization of method of business license renewal by 2022. → Read More

Possible 846 housing unit development in Lower Richland to be discussed at Richland County Council meeting

County council to discuss hiring, housing development and road widening outside city limits of Columbia, South Carolina. → Read More

VOTE: Who is running for Columbia City Council District 1

In South Carolina, Columbia City Councilman Sam Davis is retiring. Tina Herbert and Christa Williams are campaigning for his seat. Election is Nov. 2, 2021 → Read More

VOTE: Who's running for the Columbia City Council At-Large seat

Tyler Bailey, Heather Bauer, Aditi Srivastav Bussells, John Crangle, Deitra Stover Matthews, Aaron D. Smalls, and John Tyler are running in 2021 election → Read More

USC forum discusses power of social media, impact of transparent journalism

Former SC Governor, Nobel Prize winner David Beasley, with Harris Pastides and director general of UNESCO speak at USC's School of Journalism and Mass Communications → Read More

Festival season returns as health care systems deal with pandemic

Popular South Carolina festivals return as in-person events as sponsors -- such as Lexington Medical Center -- deal with rising number of COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Remembering 9/11: Midlands events marking the 20th anniversary

September 11, 2021, marks the 20th anniversary of the coordinated terrorist attacks on the United States → Read More

Missing Sumter teens found, men face charges in case

Ansley Dupuis, 16, and Nevaeh Gallagher, 15 were found in the company of two males, Cameron Chase Breazeale, 18, and Jerry Bernard Lawrence, 19, both of Seneca, SC → Read More

City of Columbia seeks to fill positions on Hospitality, Accommodation Tax committees

City of Columbia seeks to fill 11 positions on Hospitality Tax (H-tax) commission from restaurant/catering industry and local businesspersons. → Read More

$435 million available for small towns in South Carolina from American Rescue Plan Act

254 towns and municipalities in South Carolina qualify for federal funding. States were required to file, request money from American Rescue Plan Act. → Read More

Richland Library Friends book sale returns, with changes

Popular book sale event is back with COVID-19 safety precautions in place. Attendees must register for shopping times during Sept. 16-19 events. → Read More

Portion of Blanding Street in downtown Columbia to close for sewer line repair

The 1100 block of Blanding Street in downtown Columbia, SC, will close September 1 through September 8 for sewer repairs and upgrades. → Read More

SC Democrats call for special session of Legislature to clarify wording on masks in schools

South Carolina Democrats want a special emergency session of the State Legislature to allow face masks in schools. → Read More

'Now is the time to get the vaccine,' says SC Gov. McMaster

South Carolina governor pushes for vaccination while maintaining individual's right to not get vaccinated or wear a mask as the state sees surge in COVID-19 cases → Read More

DHEC: Unvaccinated individuals account for 90% of COVID-19 cases and deaths, 86% of hospitalizations in June

South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control's data shows majority of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations were unvaccinated individuals. → Read More

SC State postpones start of fall semester

South Carolina HBCU to begin classes Aug. 23 rather than Aug. 18 due to rise in COVID-19 cases, developing additional campus safety protocols. → Read More