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Short-term rentals in Richland County are on the rise. Today we’re breaking down the new changes with a new ordinance, adopted by City Council on Tuesday, April 9, 2024.
We saw a cryptic post on social media and decided to do some digging on a potential new business coming to Cola. Come along with us to do some digging on El Vago Mexican Kitchen.
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This new downtown boutique has something for everyone.
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It’s been an arts center, it’s been a cosmetology school, and now, it’s available for lease via Trinity Partners.
Explore The Flutter Wing, Columbia’s newest boutique accommodations that feature the eclectic taste of Hotel Trundle and privacy for guests.
Peak Drift Brewing Company and Columbia Craft Brewing Company merge under Craft Brew Inc., enhancing SC’s craft beer industry. Discover how this alliance aims to elevate regional breweries and foster collaboration in the Midlands.
As Columbia continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
The sixth annual Cottontown Art Crawl returns on Saturday, March 9 from 4 to 10 p.m., and is set to showcase 200 artists.
Trinity Partners announced Voodoo Brewing Company as the last tenant of Lexington County’s redevelopment project + the three buildings will total 8,720 sqft.
A new initiative at Congaree Pointe, promises to transform Columbia with a diverse array of amenities, including a farmers market, affordable senior living, and more.
With the Super Bowl kicking off on Sun., Feb. 11, we want to make sure your nails won’t be the only thing you’re biting as the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers duke it out on the field.
With suggestions ranging from Top Golf to Wegman’s grocery store chain, here are some of our reader’s suggestions on what they’d like to see at the new development in Forest Acres.
Opened in 1976, Casual Living closed in 2023. Here are four more options in Cola to find outdoor furniture that can stand up to the South Carolina weather.
The Columbia metro area covers Calhoun, Clarendon, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg, and Richland counties.
Shop Valentine’s Day chocolates, couple’s games, cookware, candles, and fuzzy socks to spread the love.
Five major projects and several major commercial real estate developments made a major impact on the economy in Richland County in 2023 and for years ahead.
Explore a symphony of non-alcoholic mocktails around Columbia from seven restaurants that were recommended by our followers.
Blūm Coffee bids farewell as Piecewise Coffee Co. expands and opens its second location in the heart of the Devine District
The Capital Concrete Co. expansion plans to bring 17 job opportunities and strengthen the company’s commitment to South Carolina’s economic growth.
Colliers | South Carolina facilitated the PickleGarden on the River deal that plans to feature a new 4.75-acre riverfront property, set to open before the end of the year.
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AllSouth Federal Credit Union can help you turn those jet-setting dreams into reality.
Sparks of Joy Co, a local greeting card company founded during the pandemic, is featured on the #YearOnTikTok list by @tiktok in the Loved by Locals category.
We want to see those socks sag after being filled to the brim with local stocking stuffer gifsts from around Columbia.
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Since its founding, LS3P has been committed to pro bono work for a broad range of community partners, including over 25 projects in the last two years.
Discover the inaugural class of South Carolina’s 50 Most Influential business leaders who have provided insights and contributions while shaping South Carolina’s economic growth.
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See what Editors Sam and David are shopping this year.
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Lourie Life & Health aims to be an advocate and resource for questions regarding coverage.
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The South Carolina Ports Authority supports 1 in 9 jobs statewide — and those jobs pay 23% higher than the state average wage.
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