Columbia has received 13 inches of rain in 2020, a number more than double last year’s at this time, according to the National Weather Service. Despite some negative impacts, this rain has brought the Midlands out of a drought.Read More
For South Carolina’s large homeless population, finding shelter during a storm is difficult. Some shelters in Columbia and the Upstate open extra emergency shelters during extreme weather, and churches around Columbia also opened their doors to the homeless population during Hurricane Florence.Read More
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Here it is. @scsbcoach_bev has made her return to Chapel Hill for just the third time since taking the South Carolina job. Tomorrow, she will be looking her first win against UNC away from Columbia. https://carolinanewsandreporter.cic.sc.edu/beverly-smith-makes-third-trip-to-unc-since-becoming-sc-coach-in-2010/
Tune into @USCCarolinaNews at 4pm&4:30 to see why organizations like the NAACP are back on campus and ready for action at UofSC!
I had the chance to speak with the president of Cason Development Group. They’ll be managing the redevelopment of Rosewood Church in to apartments and retail space. Check out the full story on @USCCarolinaNews at 4:30 tonight.