Harvest Hope and the South Carolina Department of Veterans’ Affairs are hosting a food drive dedicated to feeding Veterans and families in need.
Author: Lee Williams
ABC Columbia News is a proud partner of the Angel Tree program.
ABC Columbia News is proud to partner with the Salvation Army of the Midlands for the annual Angel Tree program, providing new clothes and toys for children of families in need.
Richland County Sheriff’s Department holds first ever Muslim Citizens Academy and graduation ceremony
The Richland County Sheriff’s Department held a graduation ceremony for its first ever Muslim Citizens Academy.
Malia and Faith Jeffcoat are also known as "The Lemonade Twins."
Two second-graders at Meadowfield Elementary School started their own lemonade business in 2020. Malia and Faith Jeffcoat, also known as “The Lemonade Twins” say they got their inspiration from social media.
With colder temperatures sweeping across the Midlands, the Columbia Richland Fire Department is asking everyone to use caution when heating your homes.
Faculty and staff with the University of South Carolina’s College of Information and Communications are tackling misinformation with their new children’s book called “Dot Buys a Bike.”
The Benedict College Police Department has officially opened its new headquarters at 2330 Laurel Street.
Marion Willis Shealy became a Corporal in General Patton’s Third Army during World War II.
Fifteen volunteers at each of the two homes in West Columbia — including doctors, nurses, and management — helped paint, power-wash, caulk windows, and handle building construction and repairs as needed.
South Carolina GOP Chairman Drew McKissick spoke at the Republican Party’s office on Marion Street this morning about yesterday’s wins for the Republican Party. Democratic winner of House District 75, Heather Bauer, was able to break through the Republican Party’s stronghold on the state.