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As they have for the past several years, piano students of Joanne Marie's School of Piano, including student Joseph Crovi, donated gifts to the Department of Social Services center.
Ella Guidotti, 5, and Abby Lanier, 6, wave to those watching the parade as other Capital City Dance and Fitness dancers perform.
Although it has taken a few years, state Sen. Joel Lourie said today that he thinks the General Assembly is finally tuning in to the business community's message that South Carolina's transportation infrastructure needs fixing.
Each year, about 46,000 new soldiers graduate from Fort Jackson in weekly ceremonies attended by three times that many cheering family members.
Police say the brother-in-law of the mayor of Columbia, S.C., was shot and killed outside a Charlotte, N.C., store.
Richland County Deputy Curtis Wilson says at approximately 1:30 AM early Saturday morning officers responded to a call of an unresponsive male at 1800 Longcreek drive in Columbia.
The "Penny for Progress" Committee met with Lexington Town Council Nov. 25 to review projects that could be funded by a proposed 1-ercent sales tax, if it is approved by voters next year.
A Christmas Carol at Trustus FIVE actors perform all the characters of Charles Dickens' classic story in a re-imagined production.
FILE CUTLINE: August 15th marks the opening of several key retailers in the Village of Sandhill's Town Center, which developer Alan Kahn, shown here in the center, has described as the heart of the multi-use development on 300 acres at Clemson and Two Notch roads in Northeast Richland.
COLUMBIA, SC South Africa's first black president spent nearly a third of his life as a prisoner of apartheid, yet he sought to win over its defeated guardians in a relatively peaceful transition of power that inspired the world.
The City of Columbia is marking Arbor Day with a visit to an area elementary school.
One bill would require all moped riders to wear reflective vests. It would also require all mopeds sold in the state to have red flashing tail lights that flash constantly while the moped is in use.
The Richland County Sheriff's Department says goodbye to one of their own. Deputy Mark Ryan lost his battle with lung cancer Sunday, and his funeral was held Thursday in Columbia.
Mazzei attends Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary in Columbia, S.C., one of eight ELCA seminaries.
COLUMBIA, SC Like lots of other S.C. lawmakers, state Rep. Bakari Sellers has filed a bill that – if passed – would attempt to negate a portion of Obamacare in the Palmetto State.
A vigil is scheduled to remember people hurt or killed in drunken driving crashes across South Carolina.