Tag: West Columbia
There’s a shortage of veterinarians in SC sh...
By Lauren Leibman | Apr 21, 2023
SC poised to be a leader in electric vehicle indus...
By Dylan Knichel | Apr 2, 2023
Columbia’s antique stores offer unique and s...
By Taylor Kaye Beltz | Mar 29, 2023
A top-rope dive into the world of local profession...
By Raymond Escoto | Mar 14, 2023
Local beer garden memorializes now-closed Columbia...
By Noah Hale | Feb 17, 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
Meeting Street market showcases local artisans’ work
by Raymond Escoto | Feb 13, 2023
The West Columbia market gives local artists and craftspeople the opportunity to showcase their work. Take a look and see what they offer!Read More
South Carolina folk art preserves the past by moving forward
by Lauren Leibman | Feb 10, 2023
Folk artists are keeping tradition alive by adapting to changing times and selling and talking about their work in a growing Midlands marketplace.Read More
Plans for South Kilbourne apartment complex leave residents frustrated
by Emily Okon and G.E. Hinson | Jan 25, 2023
Residents say another apartment complex would replace a landmark home, bring too much traffic and noise and change the character of the neighborhood.Read More
Young candidate who lost close election plans to stay involved in West Columbia’s future
by Wade Rainey and Raymond Escoto | Jan 25, 2023
Ashley Johnson, a 34-year-old realtor, isn’t daunted by her lack of political experience or her loss in last week’s West Columbia City Council race. She just wants to improve her city.Read More
A taste of the world in Columbia
by Addison Hinkle | Dec 6, 2022
Local, grocery store owners in Columbia brought inventory and legacy from their home countries for their niche grocery stores.Read More
Proposed penny tax for roads fails to pass in Lexington County
by Char Morrison | Nov 9, 2022
Residents apparently decided they don’t want any more taxes — even one to fix roads.Read More
Lexington residents to vote on sales tax increase to improve roads
by Char Morrison | Nov 7, 2022
A proposed 1% sales tax aims to improve the roads in Lexington County. Voters will decide if it happens or not.Read More
Electric bikes pedal through West Columbia
by Paxton Rountree | Nov 4, 2022
The Columbia area has its first bike shop that sells only electric bikes.Read More
Don’t throw away your old drugs! Look for drop-off sites instead
by Dylan Ortuno and Danielle Wallace | Oct 31, 2022
Many places around Columbia offer bins to encourage the proper discarding of old medication.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
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
Watch CNews Live
CNews TV – Recent Stories
Twitter feed is not available at the moment.