U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman commends smart reef installation efforts by SC7 and associated organizations WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Congressman Ralph Norman (R-SC) recognized and commended Dr. Tom Mullikin, chair of the South Carolina Floodwater Commission, and Mullikin’s SC7 Expedition on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington,Continue Reading

The public is invited to participate in Columbia’s Go Red for Women community photo op to help and support the women affected by heart disease. This year’s event will be held on National Wear Red Day, this Friday, February 3 at noon. The Go Red for Women movement encourages awarenessContinue Reading

Leeza’s Care Connection is gearing up for The Senior Prom, on March 23 from 7 – 9 pm. The night brings together everyone from high school and college seniors to Senior Citizens and everyone in between to dance the night away. It will be held in the Gala Event CenterContinue Reading

Columbia Parking Services has announced a new cashless payment method – ParkHub. Parking Services will migrate to this process for all paid parking events. A service fee will apply to all transactions. For more information on parking in the City of Columbia and to view all of the parking facilities,Continue Reading

Since November 1, Rapid Shelter Columbia has been in full operation. In addition to the overflow center to shelter people from colder weather, 50 individual pallet units were built to provide temporary housing for the chronically unsheltered. As of today, all of the 50 pallets designated for homeless individuals areContinue Reading

Poets have always been moved by nature to compose verse; the cherry blossom is a perfect muse, given its beauty and transience. The Irmo Cherry Blossom Festival invites artists to compose a traditional haiku based upon the cherry blossom: the beauty of the buds, the flowers, the trees, and the newContinue Reading