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For the second year, the Greene Street United Methodist Church offered the ashes to students and passersby outside the church near Greene Street and Assembly.
Five of the seven District Teachers of the Year across the Midlands gathered at Bojangles in Lexington to receive books that have been donated to their school libraries in their names by Bojangles.
This is the 27th year that Roanoke College in Salem, Va., has sent a group of students, during their 'Alternative Spring Break', to build Habitat For Humanity homes in South Carolina.
The 2014 USC Dance Marathon for Palmetto Health's Children's Hospital was held Saturday at the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center in Columbia.
Author Pat Conroy is interviewed by Walter Edgar at the Township Auditorium as part of the "One Book, One Columbia" program. The program chooses one book for all of Columbia to read at once and for 2014 chose Conroy's "My Reading Life."
New hospital set to open in Columbia.
The 25th annual Harambee, a festival celebrating community, was held Saturday at Benedict College.
Eight months after Food Lion closed its St. Andrews Road outlet, another grocery store is poised to take its place.
Chef Francois Fisera, the chef at Fluer de Lys, opened the doors to dog lovers who were invited to bring their canine friends to the annual supper where both human and dog share the same meal.
Life in Columbia in the late 1800's is on display at the historic Woodrow Wilson family home at 1705 Hampton Street. The home, built in 1871, has undergone extensive rehabilitation and will serve as a reconstruction-era museum.