Union leaders and some members of the community met earlier this afternoon at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Columbia for a roundtable discussion that focused on workers’ rights and workplace conditions.
Officials from the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) say two more restaurants in the Palmetto state could have exposed their customers to Hepatitis A, as a reported outbreak of the virus continues.
A new hotel may be coming to Columbia’s Five Points area for the first time since The Inn at Claussen’s closed. City council members say they’ve already voted to secure a certain property, and now they’re deciding on a developer to flip the property.
Lexington County Council heard from residents this evening regarding the proposal to reduce funding that the county normally gives to Riverbanks Zoo and Garden. For the past 40 years, the county has allocated funding to the zoo.
A low-income housing development could be on its way to Irmo after the town council voted against an ordinance that would have prevented developers from building residential units in a general commercial zoning area.
30 congregations of various faiths across the Midlands were in downtown Columbia tonight to try and improve social issues in our state. The group is called MORE Justice which stands for The Midlands Organized Response for Equity and Justice.
Where is Adrianna Laster? You may know that name if you followed the case of 15-year-old Gabbiee Swainson when she went missing back in 2012, and her mother’s boyfriend, Freddie Grant plead guilty to her murder and kidnapping.