Columbia’s mayoral election was Tuesday, Nov. 16. Despite problems with voter checkins in several precincts, Daniel Rickenmann and Tameika Isaac Devine ran against each other to replace longtime Mayor Steve Benjamin.Read More
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By Jack Bingham | Nov 12, 2021
Fourteen fallen officers, including four from the 19th and 20th centuries, will be remembered at a service on the State House grounds Friday night.Read More
By Jack Bingham | Nov 5, 2021
Days after a runoff election for Columbia’s mayor was announced, Mayor Steve Benjamin endorsed fellow city council member Tameika Isaac Devine for mayor.Read More
By Jack Bingham | Nov 1, 2021
Columbia’s municipal election is tomorrow, and with it will come the city’s first new mayor in ten years. Learn more about each of them here.Read More
By Jack Bingham | Oct 29, 2021
Columbia’s small businesses face many problems, from bureaucratic delays to large property taxes. Columbia’s four mayoral candidates say they have the solutions.Read More
Although the bird was officially declared extinct by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Sept. 29, there had not been a confirmed sighting since 1944.Read More
Gov. Henry McMaster is at odds with a federal judge and the state superintendent of education over recent school masking policies.Read More
Columbia’s four mayoral candidates pose with the brothers of UofSC’s Alpha Phi Alpha...Read More
An international forum at the University of South Carolina focused on freedom of the press.Read More
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