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.
A Midlands group is inviting the community to join them as the recreate the historic Million Man March, this weekend, in the wake of national unrest after the death of George Floyd. That’s happening at the Martin Luther King Junior Park in Columbia, Sunday, June 14.
WIS-TV evening anchor Alicia Barnes and sunrise anchor Kamie Roesler will be the MCs at Friday’s Midlands Heart Ball. Under the Sea is the theme as the American Heart Association celebrates its 30th year of the event.
After her grandson was shot and killed in an armed robbery last year, a Newberry woman is raising money for scholarships in his honor in hopes of helping Midlands students reach their goals. A Ride Away Scholarship Day is planned for Saturday in Newberry.
A symbol of the history of Black medicine in the Midlands is being recognized Thursday. There will be a historical marker unveiling outside of the Dr. Cyril Spann Medical Building, located in the historically Black Waverly neighborhood of Columbia.
For those not trick-or-treating this Halloween there is a haunted attraction near Elgin open Halloween night through November 2. Dark Castle Haunted Attractions offers three different haunts, two escape rooms and a smash room.
Tuesday, those on the Irmo Okra Strut Commission will get together for one of their last meetings before this year’s big event. Now in its 46th year, the Irmo Okra Strut kicks off Friday at Irmo Community Park.
The South Carolina chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, part of Everytown for Gun Safety, hosted a Wear Orange community event in Columbia to honor the lives of those affected by gun violence and to elevate gun violence prevention efforts nationwide.
This Father's Day , WIS invites you to show your appreciation by participating in a Gran Fondo style cycling event that will benefit the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) programs at the base.
The annual Families Helping Families phone bank begins on Monday, November 16 th and runs through Wednesday, November 25th, and in today's tough economic times ,WIS Television and Palmetto Project need your help more than ever.
Enter to win four 1st row seats and a meet and greet opportunity with the Wiggles! The show starts at 1:30pm on Saturday, Nov 15th, with the doors opening at 12:30pm. Complete the form below to enter! About