With a COVID-19 spike projected, people seem unawa...
By Sammy Sobich | Oct 18, 2022
Halloween parade brings new tradition to Rosewood ...
By Leah DeFreitas | Oct 6, 2022
Columbia Metropolitan Airport says travelers can c...
By Téa Smith | Apr 20, 2022
As pandemic diminishes, what about the kids?
By Carson Peaden | Mar 21, 2022
Exhaustion continues for overworked nurses
By Kaitlyn McCue | Mar 4, 2022
University relaxes masking as DHEC begins to close testing sites
by Jacob Gamble and Sydney Pennington | Feb 21, 2022
The University of South Carolina announced on Monday that it will relax a campus-wide mask mandate, citing low case numbers among students and faculty.Read More
UofSC faculty adapt to virtual learning amid pandemic
by Jacob Gamble and Carson Peaden | Feb 4, 2022
Professors at the University of South Carolina offer a glimpse of virtual learning during Covid-19. Most faculty recognized the benefits of online classes, but overall preferred an in-person experience.Read More
SC health officials warn of new COVID Omicron variant
by Anna Mock | Dec 1, 2021
State health officials urge vaccination as protection from new Omicron variant, which entered the U.S. Wednesday.Read More
Churches suffered losses during the pandemic. This congregation lost its pastor.
by Hannah Wade | Nov 30, 2021
Chairs separated for social distancing. Fist bumps and waves instead of hugs and handshakes. New pastors in the pulpit. South Carolina churches have been affected by the pandemic in many ways and some are changed forever.Read More
DHEC provides Covid-19 update for the holiday season
by Ashton Van Ness | Nov 17, 2021
DHEC discusses precautions that should be taken during holidays travels.Read More
Who is speaking up for S.C. teachers?
by Julie Crosby | Nov 12, 2021
Teachers aren’t speaking up for themselves in a time of extra stress and additional classroom obligations the president of the South Carolina Education Association said this week. Sherry East lays the blame on a “culture of fear” and intimidation tactics.Read More
Pandemic turns children’s mental health issues into national emergency
by Anna Mock | Nov 11, 2021
Children’s mental health has been getting worse over time with the advent of social media, but isolation and other stressors from the pandemic have exacerbated issues, according to national pediatric organizations.Read More
Forget the Grinch: How supply chain disruptions threaten to steal Christmas
by Connor Hart | Nov 9, 2021
Bottlenecks and disruptions in the global supply chain continue to impede commercial stocking heading into the holiday season. Holiday items, such as artificial Christmas trees, are in high demand and short supply, threatening to cause problems for last-minute shoppers.Read More
The Lotus Alliance helps incarcerated mothers, provides doulas
by Michaela Catoe | Nov 5, 2021
The Lotus Alliance, a Columbia-based charity organization, aims to help incarcerated expectant mothers by providing doulas to assist before, during and after they give birth.Read More
Restaurants bounce back despite Covid-19, supply challenges
by Connor Hart | Oct 22, 2021
Economic hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic caused the U.S. Small Business Administration to implement the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, a small business grant designed to support restaurants through the remainder of the pandemic.Read More
Mask mandate or mask suggestion: Is the ordinance being enforced?
by Sebastian Lee and Hannah Wade | Oct 15, 2021
The University of South Carolina is within city of Columbia limits, meaning the mask ordinance...Read More
Covid-19 cases down almost 50% in SC
by Connor Hart | Oct 6, 2021
The South recently underwent a huge surge in Covid-19 cases, fueled by the Delta variant and a vaccination rate below the national average. Now, cases are slowing down once again.Read More
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