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Tai Wong


Columbia, SC, United States

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Past articles by Tai:

More business development boosts Newberry economy

According to the 2020 U.S. Census, the City of Newberry’s population grew. The city's mayor said more businesses have also been opening in the Newberry. → Read More

Columbia Affordable Housing Task Force members share concerns before getting down to planning

The City of Columbia’s Affordable Housing Task Force met today to begin the planning process to develop more affordable units for residents. → Read More

The COMET public transit system looking to better serve lower Richland

The COMET transit system wants to hear from the Lower Richland community about service needs in the area. → Read More

'Two peas in a pod': Community mourns loss of Jessie and ShaNeal Brown, victims of double homicide

Two women in Columbia are being remembered after they were stabbed to death on Thursday. → Read More

Leo's Landing has grand opening for expanded playground

Leo's Landing, an inclusive playground at Saluda Shoals, is now three acres with even more activities. → Read More

City of Columbia continues efforts to fill job vacancies, improve customer service

The City of Columbia is working to improve their public works department and its water agency by filling more vacant jobs. → Read More

Columbia business owners share concerns about city tax rates

The City of Columbia's Tax Modernization Committee heard from business owners Tuesday about the impact of high commercial property tax rates. → Read More

Irmo council considers adding more bus stops in town

On Thursday, the Town of Irmo started a public transportation survey for residents in the town to see if there is a need for more bus stops from The COMET. → Read More

Three Midlands school districts are searching for a superintendent

Local school boards are in charge of the hiring and firing of superintendents. → Read More

Residents recovering from April 5th tornado

Three weeks after an EF-2 tornado swept through Manning, residents are still cleaning up the destruction left behind. → Read More

Shoppers donate sweet treats to Columbiana Centre employees

Community members are thanking some Columbiana Centre mall employees for keeping them safe during Saturday's shooting. → Read More

Residents say beavers are destroying her property near Lake Murray

One woman says beavers are destroying her backyard plant by plant. → Read More

Metal detectors soon to be a fixture at some Richland One schools

A letter was sent to Richland One parents, announcing metal detectors will be coming to some schools after spring break. → Read More

Unfixed bumpy road in North Columbia upsets, frustrates drivers

Drivers on North Main Street in Columbia are frustrated after a road project that began in 2017, is still not complete causing bumpy commute. → Read More

Leaders working to revitalize east Columbia region along Two Notch Road

East Columbia residents could see some new businesses on Two Notch Road, including a new grocery store. → Read More

Thirty-four businesses, grocery store coming to Two Notch

Leaders in the City of Columbia were joined by other local, state, and federal officials to announce the grand opening of the former Midlands Shopping Center. → Read More

COMET bus system moving transfer hub out of Downtown

The COMET transfer hub is expected to move from Sumter and Laurel streets in Downtown Columbia to Lucius Road and River Drive. → Read More

Big events expected to draw thousands to Columbia this weekend

Thousands of tourists are expected to visit Columbia for the Women's March Madness Tournament game and Five Points' St. Patrick's Day Festival. → Read More

Columbia Police Department working to be re-accredited in April

On Tuesday, Columbia City Council will review modifications to the city's Use of Force policy, which are required for the department to maintain their accreditation. → Read More

Midlands First Step programs expand parent-educator initiative thanks to $2M from SC First Steps

SC First Steps is investing $5.5M of Elementary & Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds to expand their Parent-Educator program across the state. → Read More