Zaria Montgomery holds her daughter, Kalani, who was born Wednesday at Palmetto Health Richland hospital.
Zaria Montgomery holds her daughter, Kalani, who was born Wednesday at Palmetto Health Richland hospital. Palmetto Health Richland hospital Provided photo
Zaria Montgomery holds her daughter, Kalani, who was born Wednesday at Palmetto Health Richland hospital. Palmetto Health Richland hospital Provided photo

Digital footprints, first in SC, help keep track of babies at Palmetto Health Richland

March 16, 2017 04:38 PM

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  • Critics, supporters discuss proposed Courage Center for recovering youth addicts

    The bid to expand the center is on hold after Lexington Town Planning Commission heard from supporters and opponents of the proposal from a ministry of Mount Horeb United Methodist Church.