South Carolina Tesla owners are pushing for EV inc...
By Dylan Knichel | Apr 14, 2023
Tartan Day South celebrates Celtic heritage in the...
By Emily Okon | Apr 6, 2023
Men’s recreational baseball seeing a surge o...
By Noah Hale | Apr 6, 2023
SC poised to be a leader in electric vehicle indus...
By Dylan Knichel | Apr 2, 2023
Pickleball fever and its dedicated community hit t...
By Taylor Kaye Beltz | Mar 2, 2023
Local basketball teams hope to be crowned champions during high school title games
by Jacob Phillips | Mar 2, 2023
Four teams from Richland and Lexington counties will play for a state championship during this week’s playoffs.Read More
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
What if the Damar Hamlin situation happened at a Midlands high school?
by Dylan Jackson and Jacob Phillips | Feb 16, 2023
The stricken NFL player’s injury sent shockwaves through all levels of football. How would Midlands high schools handle a life or death scenario?Read More
Rents on the rise, students scraping by
by Dylan Knichel | Feb 10, 2023
With rent increasing exponentially throughout the Columbia area, many University of South Carolina students are working overtime to pay the rent, and work life is cutting into their studies.Read More
Real Talk is a mentor program at Airport High started by social workers
by Margaret Walker | Jan 31, 2023
These volunteers help students discuss hard topics to break the silence between students and staff.Read More
Career-readiness programs in Midlands school districts are succeeding. In other regions, not so much
by Margaret Walker | Jan 27, 2023
South Carolina’s career and technical education programs aren’t performing as well as other states in the region, according to recent findings. But Midlands programs are excelling.Read More
Local entrepreneur brings mobile petting zoo to Midlands
by Abby Foncannon and Grace Brown | Jan 24, 2023
Twin Farms Mobile Petting Zoo is a new business in the Midlands that Bianca Greer started in January. The traveling zoo is designed to bring unique fun to events as well as educate people on farm animals.Read More
Columbia’s first animation studio is brought to life
by Shakeem Jones | Dec 9, 2022
Local artists in the Midlands can now pursue a career in animation professionally with the opening of Roc Bottom Studios.Read More
Black cinema takes center stage, connecting with local Black communities
by Shakeem Jones | Nov 29, 2022
The Luminal Theater in Columbia is showing Black films around the Midlands and providing opportunities for independent filmmakers.Read More
Retail employees see a less chaotic Black Friday
by Jade Crooks and Leah DeFreitas | Nov 28, 2022
Fewer doorbusters, floating employees and dispersed crowds made for an easier shopping day for Midlands stores.Read More
As many colleges go test-optional, South Carolina students struggle with applications
by Addison Hinkle | Nov 22, 2022
Students are debating whether to send their ACT or SAT scores to test-optional colleges.Read More
People should protect their plants as temperatures drop
by Julia Goulet | Nov 18, 2022
The Midlands was hit with freezing temperatures this week. While the temperatures will rise somewhat, plant owners should bring their tender plants inside when the weather drops below 40 degrees.Read More
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