The COMET is honoring one of South Carolina’s civil rights icons, Sarah Mae Flemming, through its “Saving Sarah’s Seat” campaign to spotlight her contributions to the civil rights movement in our state and country.
Columbia Police Department Chief W.H. “Skip” Holbrook reviewed CPD’s current use-of-force policy and recommended revisions which included a ban on chokeholds and carotid artery holds (“sleeper” holds) unless deadly force is authorized.
The South Carolina State Museum will reopen its doors, Tuesday, June 2 with new hours and reduced admission. SC State Museum members will be able to visit the museum even earlier beginning Saturday, May 30,
NBC’s The Voice kicked off it’s semi-finals with all nine contestants and the four coaches singing a rendition of “Everyday People” by Sly and the Family Stone to honor those working on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic Monday night.
In an effort to show their support and give thanks to nurses and doctors on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic, the South Carolina Air National Guard’s 169 Fighter Wing will perform hospital flyovers.
Due to the spread of coronavirus, Lexington Medical Center has implemented a strict policy prohibiting visitors. So in an effort to bring smiles to the faces of patients and boost community morale, Lexington Medical Center is collecting homemade greeting cards for patients in the hospital.