For over a decade, those in the Midlands have been enjoying Hood’s Peanuts.
Author: Alex Tejada
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) — More than 12,000 people have lost their lives to COVID-19 in the state of South Carolina. Even so, only 50 percent of the state is fully vaccinated and state law prohibits mask mandates in schools. “Our children are sick. Our families are dying. I take this personally because I’m a mother and a grandmother,” said Dr….
With SEC Nation in town and around 80,000 Gamecocks fans expected at Saturday’s game, preparing for a successful weekend includes the Columbia Fire Department.
Mayor Walker says the weekend is not complete without trying some fried okra.
“Scientific studies demonstrate that masks do not cause negative effects on mental health or learning,” said pediatrician Dr. Debbie Greenhouse.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) — Monday brought big news from Pfizer. The drug company announced that Phases 2 and 3 of trials of its COVID-19 vaccine in kids ages 5 to 11 proved to be safe and effective. “Obviously the more kids we get vaccinated, the better off we will be with our herd immunity as well as decreasing spread,” said…
Currently, just over 50 percent of South Carolina residents are fully vaccinated with 59 percent having received at least one dose of vaccine.
Those involved with the 34th annual Columbia Greek Festival were ready for a full event. However, they decided to hold just a drive-thru due to a surge in COVID cases.
Starting the school year in August, Kershaw County School District experienced a spike in COVID cases.
Lexington Two reinstated a mask mandate. This is something the governor continues to speak against.