Samuel Levone Neathery, a suspect in the February robbery of a Forest Acres credit union, is in jail in the Richland County after being extradited from Florida, police say. His charges include armed robbery.
Lexington Medical Center broke ground on its new, massive patient tower in May 2016. Next week, the first patients will be treated in the brand new facility. A larger, sleeker maternity suite is a centerpiece.
Lexington 1 school district is embarking on its $365 million building plan. First steps: Acquiring land for the schools it will build. The board voted on land for Lexington Middle School on March 19, 2019.
Columbia hotels are filling up for the NCAA March Madness college basketball tournament. Columbia’s tourism board is expecting up to 25,000 people to come to the city. With Duke playing, rooms are going faster
If you’re coming to Columbia, South Carolina, for NCAA men’s basketball tournament games at Colonial Life Arena, here is information about parking locations and costs, free shuttles, buses and other transportation.
From museums to parks and bars to restaurants, Columbia, South Carolina, has great attractions to choose from. Looking for things to do in here during the NCAA tournament? Start with these five cool ideas.
The former location of Toys R Us in Harbison, near Columbiana Centre, will be taken over by a new business soon. A more affordable furniture store will take the place of the toys when Value City Furniture opens.
Columbia SC’s Motor Supply Co. Bistro was voted one of Southern Living’s 2019 South’s Best restaurants. The magazine ranks the downtown Columbia restaurant with Charleston’s Husk, New Orleans’ Commander’s Palace and others.
A longtime Lexington Chick-fil-A that has undergone renovations for five months will reopen this week. The renovations to the Sunset Boulevard store mean an extra drive-thru line and more mobile pickup spaces.
Cosmic Ray’s on Devine street reported a theft & began referred to the alleged suspect as “pants book guy” because he reportedly put comic books in his pants. $300 worth of comics books were stolen, report says
Former TitleMax on Devine Street will be torn down soon, owner says. Jim Pagett expreses relief for the razing project that’s lingered since the 2015 flood. He promises a family friendly development will go in.
South Carolina prison officials are often left guessing how much time offenders should serve because they are receiving ambiguous directions from judges and solicitors, Department of Corrections officials testified.