Tag: West Columbia
By Wade Rainey | Jan 25, 2023
By Char Morrison | Nov 9, 2022
By Char Morrison | Nov 7, 2022
Many places around Columbia offer bins to encourage the proper discarding of old medication.Read More
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
by Shakeem Jones | Oct 6, 2022
The challenges that come with operating a small business can be daunting.Read More
by Michael Sauls | Sep 20, 2022
The historic WECO sign has been standing since the 1970s. It was removed for a refurbishment process that will take six to eight weeks.Read More
The owner of Studio 221 opens a new location in West Columbia, saying her faith inspired her to begin a new career in interior design.Read More
by Trey Martin | Feb 9, 2021
The New Brookland Tavern, once a place where music lovers crowded together, has remade itself in the midst of the pandemic.Read More
by Hallie Hayes | Sep 11, 2020
Visual artist Michael Krajewski draws on the walls of Black Rooster restaurant in West Columbia....Read More
by Landon Stamper | Apr 8, 2020
Liquor stores around Columbia are seeing increased business during the coronavirus pandemic.Read More
by Madison Bridges | Oct 7, 2019
“The day we were installing it, we were literally pulling bottles out of the river, so that’s how local some of these bottles are,” Karl Larsen said.Read More
by Hannah Slater | Nov 7, 2018
West Columbia company aims to provide active shooter training to churches and schools.Read More
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