Tag: small business
Kudzu Bakery and Market is inviting local businesses into its space, pop-up style, most recently offering a tasting from Billy G’s Carolina BBQ on Wednesday.Read More
With a rise in conscientious shopping seen throughout the pandemic, the vintage clothing business has become a thriving industry accessible for anyone willing to rifle through massive bins of used clothing.Read More
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
University of South Carolina alumni takes her love for fashion, vintage and thrifted clothing, and makes a business from it.Read More
During a pandemic, an unclean hotel can leave guests with more problems than bedbugs. One Columbia hotel has pledged to enhance its cleanliness process to make sure guests are free from coronavirus worries.Read More
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S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster declares a state of emergency, does not order a coastal evacuation ahead of Hurricane Ian's projected Friday arrival in the Palmetto State. Read more by @kaileycota: https://carolinanewsandreporter.cic.sc.edu/mcmaster-orders-no-evacuations-ahead-of-hurricane-but-warns-of-flooding-high-winds/
COMING UP: Richland County has the highest homeless population in South Carolina.
How are local homeless shelters bracing for the impact of #Ian? I’ve got the story on @USCCarolinaNews at 4.
Lexington Co. Sherriff Jay Koon speaks on the impact the budget analysis had on his department.
Based on a compensation analysis McMaster initiated, the latest budget provides $40 million in new dollars for law enforcement recruitment and retention pay raises.