The South Carolina Autism Society (SCAS) is having their 15th Annual Strides for Autism Virtual Walk this month and the grand finale will be live April 24 from 10 – 11:30 am. You have the opportunity to rise up for autism by registering individually or as a team all month:Continue Reading

Scott Alan Wilhide, 59, of Columbia lost his courageous battle with ALS on March 31, 2021 surrounded by his family. Scott was born in Youngstown, OH on August 8, 1961. After living in Arizona and West Virgina, his family moved to South Carolina in 1971. He graduated from Irmo HighContinue Reading

By Congressman Joe Wilson Coronavirus Resources Our country is still working to recover from the pandemic and it is important to stay healthy and safe. Please continue following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines to help keep you, your family, and your friends protected against this disease. If you orContinue Reading

Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (The COMET) has announced beginning April 12, fares will resume for the fixed route buses and the DART paratransit services. The downtown connector, Soda Cap, will no longer be free to ride, but will be $1 for basic fare, $.50 for discount half fare andContinue Reading

The GROWMARK Foundation is once again offering a $1,500 scholarship program for students in the United States and Ontario, Canada, pursing two- or four-year degrees or trade school certification in an agriculture-related field. “As our business has grown and evolved, we saw a need to provide a scholarship to studentsContinue Reading

The South Carolina Forestry Commission is encouraging landowners to place their tree seedling orders while seedlings are still available and the conditions for planting remain favorable. ArborGen’s Taylor Nursery in Edgefield County has more than 900,000 seedlings left for sale at special South Carolina landowner pricing. These seedlings include bare-rootContinue Reading

If you’re a South Carolina homeowner and want to save money on your tax bill, there are tax credits that may be available. All South Carolina tax credits related to homeownership are non-refundable, meaning they cannot reduce your tax liability below zero. Each of the credits applies to specific circumstances.Continue Reading