EV motorcycle company establishing roots in Greenv...
By Dylan Knichel | Apr 21, 2023
Columbia sporting events increasingly attract tour...
By Jacob Phillips | Apr 20, 2023
Smoke evacuates USC’s Darla Moore School of ...
By G.E. Hinson | Mar 21, 2023
Clemson is making strides in EV industry. Will USC...
By Dylan Knichel | Mar 3, 2023
Rents on the rise, students scraping by
By Dylan Knichel | Feb 10, 2023
St. Pat’s festival, microbreweries underpinnings for Columbia’s outdoor drinking culture
by Dylan Knichel | Feb 16, 2023
Biergartens are proliferating in the Columbia area as drinking alcohol outdoors is becoming more acceptable. And the granddaddy of outdoor drinking, the St. Pat’s Day Festival in Five Points, is right around the corner.Read More
City hopes fewer parking regulations will bring influx of small businesses to North Main Street
by Kailey Cota | Nov 14, 2022
The cost of starting a small business in Columbia is decreasing as the city tries to eliminate roadblocks for starting small businesses.Read More
Development brings luxury living, new shops to Devine Street
by Caity Pitvorec | Nov 2, 2022
A new luxury housing development and two new businesses are coming to Devine Street in Columbia.Read More
A light through the slums: Locals work to lift those in poorest parts of the world
by Danielle Wallace | Oct 21, 2022
From Columbia, South Carolina, to Colombia, South America — and Kenya, Africa — local Midlands businesses and organizations are helping to improve people’s lives.Read More
‘Nothing is like this:’ Mix-use business, entrepreneurial hub planned for West Columbia
by Kailey Cota | Oct 21, 2022
A new entrepreneurial hub with studio and flex space for business owners as well as shops and food and brew halls for patrons, is envisioned for West Columbia next fall. The project would redevelop an old sign factory that’s been out of business for more than a decade.Read More
Columbia grappling with nationwide question of how to regulate short-term rental business
by Kailey Cota | Oct 12, 2022
Columbia is working to to regulate short-term rental units to appease neighbors who don’t want Airbnbs on their street and industry leaders who make a living by renting out homes.Read More
Are Columbia’s locally owned Black businesses successful or struggling?
by Shakeem Jones | Oct 6, 2022
The challenges that come with operating a small business can be daunting.Read More
Downtown Columbia hotels fuller, more expensive for USC’s busy weekend
by Jack Veltri | Sep 22, 2022
Gamecock football and Family Weekend are colliding to fill Columbia hotels. But don’t expect it to be cheap.Read More
Oddball, iconic spot for Vista nightlife celebrates 30 years
by Grace Tippett | Sep 20, 2022
The Art Bar is celebrating 30 years of business this week with a community of customers, employees and friends.Read More
MapQuest co-founder, Columbia entrepreneurs launch start-up hub
by Audrey Elsberry and Stephen Pastis | Sep 8, 2022
The Boyd Foundation Community Innovation Center opened in July, and it is an entrepreneurial hub...Read More
‘Quiet quitting’ keeps Columbia workers, managers on edge
by Addison Hinkle and Jade Crooks | Sep 6, 2022
Vincent Dandridge stands behind the counter at Scoopy Doo Gelato, where he once had to work 22...Read More
New Midlands leadership council set to take over annual competitiveness report
by Caroline Williamson | Apr 14, 2022
Business leaders in the Midlands come together to take a formal approach to improving Columbia’s economic landscape.Read More
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