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Columbia, SC, United States

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Past articles by Nic:

Newberry County parents, SROs prepare for school year amid pandemic

According to the latest data, the percent positive rate in Newberry County is around 17%. About 39% of people in the county have been vaccinated. → Read More

Lexington kids create lemonade stand to raise money for school supplies for others

Over the tax-free weekend, the Miller family set up the stand in front of their neighborhood. By the end of it all, they were able to raise more than $500 → Read More

Revolutionary War Visitor Center opening in Camden on Friday

The new Revolutionary War Visitor Center in Camden will be opening this Friday. Discover how SC's quest for independence turned the tide of the American Revolution. → Read More

University of South Carolina partners with Anne Frank House to open exhibit

The University of South Carolina (UofSC) has partnered with the Anne Frank House to bring an exhibit to the school's campus in September. → Read More

Lexington County families can get free supplies thanks to Mission Lexington

Mission Lexington is holding their annual back-to-school drive this week to help families get the school supplies they need for their kids. → Read More

Cayce Arts Guild hosting First Saturday event this weekend

On Saturday from 11 am until 6 pm, people will be able to head to several businesses off State Street to meet local artists as they showcase their work. → Read More

Tax Free Weekend in South Carolina Begins

The first ever tax free weekend in South Carolina was back in 2000. → Read More

Columbia Canal expected to be fixed in the next three to four years

Progress is being made in the efforts to fix the Columbia Canal that was destroyed by the October Floods of 2015. → Read More

Cayce Department of Public Safety splitting into separate fire and police departments

"It's the right time, Recruitment. This is more efficient. It's good all around," said Ashley Hunter, the Public Information Officer for the city. → Read More

Four shootings in Richland County over the weekend injure 13 people

In a span of just two days, four shootings injured 13 people in Richland County, according to the Richland County Sheriff's Department. → Read More

Fireflies auctioning Tim Tebow jersey to raise money for local family

The Columbia Fireflies are auctioning off at Tim Tebow jersey to help raise money for a local family who's experienced a tragedy. → Read More

SC Renter’s Rights when it comes to air conditioning

South Carolina does not include air conditioning as essential services. → Read More

What renter’s need to know with the eviction moratorium ending this Saturday

The moratorium put in place during the coronavirus pandemic to prevent people from being evicted from their homes is ending this Saturday, July 31st. → Read More

Cayce community members talk with officials about potential Cookout restaurant

Some people who live in the area are excited about the possibility. Others have their reservations. → Read More

When will I-20 construction in Lexington County be finished?

Construction on the project began back in 2016. This is the portion of I-20 with nearly 11 miles of construction in the median between the Hwy 378 exit and Hwy 204. → Read More

USC releases COVID plan for students for the upcoming school year

Officials with the University of South Carolina revealed their plan on how they hope to keep the coronavirus under control as they reopen for fall. → Read More

'Thank you for the opportunity': West Columbia police chief retiring after nearly four decades of service

Chief Tyndall is particularly proud of some of the accomplishments the department has made in his 24 years of serving as police chief. → Read More

Meet Lexington County Sheriff's Department first female K-9 handler

The Lexington County Sheriff's Department now has their first female K-9 handler on their team. → Read More

Developer buys popular corner of Columbia's Five Points

One development group has purchased property on a popular corner of Five Points. → Read More

SC sees highest rate of COVID cases since late April as Delta variant surges

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control gave an update on Wednesday about the Delta variant in South Carolina. → Read More