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Fine dining and fun times at the South Carolina State Fair
by Anna Mock and Sheila Paz | Oct 19, 2021
Enticed by tantalizing smells, patrons lined up to try all their favorite foods at the state fair on Monday.Read More
Want tequila? Good luck. Here’s how supply shortages affect S.C.
by Hannah Wade and Sheila Paz | Oct 1, 2021
Nationwide, food and liquor shortages are affecting restaurants and businesses. Here’s what’s causing them and how they’re affecting South Carolina.Read More
Gamecock Athletics partners with local businesses to provide meal, snack allowances for student-athletes
by Alexandra Koch | Feb 17, 2021
Gamecock Athletics offers certain student-athletes access to the Carolina Fuel Program.Read More
Columbia residents share their playbook on celebrating the Super Bowl
by Harrison Belk and Alexandra Koch | Feb 5, 2021
Many Columbians are choosing to celebrate the big game at home, in hopes of staying safe.Read More
Volunteers ease pain of long voting lines
by Christopher Lorensen | Nov 2, 2020
South Carolina residents are banding together to make voting easier and give everyone a voice. Jennifer Bailey has been handing out food and water in Richland County since early voting began.Read More
Fewer jobs means hungrier Midlands families
by Samantha Winn | Oct 5, 2020
Harvest Hope continues to serve the hungry in the Midlands throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, despite reduced hours.Read More
From salty to sweet, social distancing snacks hit the spot
by Maria Jutton | Apr 15, 2020
While following social distancing guidelines at home, many people are snacking more on their favorite foods.Read More
Healthy holidays don’t have to be difficult, dietitians say
by Elle Johnson | Nov 22, 2019
The holiday season is a time for delicious food and endless desserts. Staying healthy around this time of the year isn’t hard to do and can be done without sacrificing your favorite dishes.Read More
Community breakfast ignites discussion on hunger and homelessness
by Kenna Coe | Nov 19, 2019
The Midlands Area Consortium for the Homeless (MACH) hosted its annual prayer breakfast that brought community members and advocates together to discuss hunger and homelessness in the Midlands.Read More
Columbia rooftop bars you can still enjoy in chilly weather
by Genna Contino | Oct 18, 2019
Hendrix, River Rat and Black Rooster opened in the past two years offering rooftop bars to Columbia residents.Read More
150 years of food and fun at the fair
by Staff | Oct 16, 2019
Carolina News reporters spent a day among the festivities at the South Carolina State Fair to determine if some of the classic fair foods hold up against unique new offerings.Read More
Local baker will showcase talent on national bake stage
by Nick Papadimas | Oct 3, 2019
Joi Roberts, a Columbia-based baker and owner of Joi Filled Delights, will take her baking talents to national television later this month.Read More
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