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About: columbia, south carolina

In 1786 Columbia was chosen as South Carolina's state capital and has been the capital ever since. By the 1840s, railroads running through Columbia carried cotton, not passengers. By 1850, almost all of Columbia's economic and commercial activities were related to cotton. Notable residents have included actor Aziz Ansari (Parks and Recreation), actress Kristin Davis (Sex and the City), actress Mary-Louise Parker (Weeds), the band Hootie & the Blowfish, musician Samuel Beam (Iron & Wine), musician Rob Thomas (Matchbox Twenty), rapper Young Jeezy, and former President Woodrow Wilson.

Population: 116278
Local Newspapers: Columbia Star The State
Local Sports Teams: South Carolina Gamecocks Columbia Blowfish (baseball)
Local Colleges: University of South Carolina Allen University Benedict College Columbia College Columbia International University Remington College

Zip Codes associated with columbia, south carolina: 29016 29045 29053 29061 29063 29073 29078 29169 29170 29172 29201 29203 29204 29205 29206 29207 29209 29210 29212 29223 29229
Towns/Cities near columbia, south carolina : Woodfield Dentsville Cayce Oak Grove Seven Oaks Lexington Red Bank Springdale

Columbia News
#ProbeGate: Governor's Chief Of Staff Summoned To Grand Jury

South Carolina governor Henry McMaster 's chief of staff was summoned to testify Wednesday before a statewide grand jury tasked with issuing indictments in relation to #ProbeGate - an ongoing, multi-jurisdictional investigation into corruption in state government. Trey Walker , a former top lieutenant in the empire of embattled "Republican" political consultant Richard Quinn , told reporter John Monk of The State newspaper that he was summoned as a witness and is not a target of the investigation - which appears to have centered around Quinn's political consulting firm and the politicians and special interests it services.

'If you wait, it's too late': Midlands mommy blogger advises to talk to kids about Charlottesville

While many across the country are still discussing the tragic events in Charlottesville, many parents are wondering how to have that talk at the dinner table with young children. It's a tough conversation to have, leaving many parents wondering how to do it, or if they should even discuss this at all with their children.

PHOTO: The Confederate flag flies at the South Carolina statehouse, July 8, 2015 in Columbia, S.C.

At Tuesday's combative press conference in Trump Tower, President Donald Trump questioned the removal of statues of Confederate leaders, but at the start of his presidential campaign, Trump publicly expressed his approval of South Carolina's decision to remove the Confederate battle flag from the State Capitol. "I would take it down, yes," said Trump in June 2015 at his first news conference following the declaration of his presidential candidacy.

West Columbia man scrambling to find eclipse glasses for Fort Jackson recruits

RJ May III started the fundraising campaign after a lifelong friend, a U.S. Army Captain, asked him for help. "People from across the U.S. are traveling hundreds of miles to witness this event.

City Watch: Why Top Utility Execs Should Resign or Be Fired

I don't know Kevin Marsh, but I'm sure the SCANA CEO is a nice man. The same goes for Lonnie Carter, CEO of Santee Cooper.

Map shows what solar eclipse will look like from your location

The eclipse of the century is fast approaching on August 21, and it will be a show for the ages. It has been nearly 100 years since a total eclipse has moved from coast to coast across the United States.

Concerts in Columbia: End of Summer Bash 17, Bellavida, Dark Side of...

It's not necessarily anything new under the sun, but the female trio's harmonies aren't overly polished, leaving ragged emotion intact. And for those who like that sort of shimmering acoustic Americana with Appalachian roots, this should be right up their alley.

Columbia Goes Dark: A Very Unofficial Guide to the Aug. 21 Total Solar Eclipse

During a three-hour span that afternoon, the moon will pass in between the earth and the sun. And for about two and a half minutes in the middle of the eclipse, darkness will fall over the city of Columbia as the moon entirely blots out the sun.

County to study fire service

Kershaw County Council voted to have KCC Chair Julian Burns appoint an ad hoc committee to study the county fire service and make recommendations to council that could very well lead to some referendum questions on the 2018 general election ballot. "The situation is not good," Bozard said.

Ex-SC Trooper Sentenced

A former South Carolina Highway Patrol trooper was sentenced to more than a decade behind bars in connection with a 2014 shooting at a Columbia, S.C. convenience store. Former SCHP lance corporal Sean M. Groubert , who is white, was sentenced to twelve years in prison in connection with the September 2014 shooting of an unarmed black motorist.

At SC Vigil for Charlottesville, People Call Out Racism and Trump

All the heat and humidity made Columbia feel like a catfish stew. At the State House grounds Aug. 14, a few speakers added some spice to the pot.

Status Quo's Hooks In Henry McMaster

There was a lengthy and quite convoluted post by columnist Cindi Ross Scoppe of The State newspaper last week detailing the up-in-the-air status of South Carolina highway commissioner John Hardee . For those of you unfamiliar with the name, Hardee is the son-in-law of liberal "Republican" State Senate president Hugh Leatherman - one of the chief architects of the Palmetto State's bloated bureaucratic state .

Job fairs held for thousands fired from failed power project

Thousands of people searching for work following the abandonment of a nuclear power project in South Carolina are invited to job fairs this week. Gov. Henry McMaster plans to attend the first "Employ SC" job fair Monday.

Charlottesville violence prompts calls for peace at Columbia rally

Several area groups had a hand in organizing an evening rally at the South Carolina State House. That included 'Indivisible Midlands' and 'Indivisible South Carolina.'

Eagle Scout hopeful raises money and supplies for foster kids

A 14-year-old Columbia kid is on an Eagle Scout mission to alleviate at least one major stressor for hundreds of foster kids. Jonathan Hernandez is hoping to enter the ninth grade this year while fulfilling his Eagle Project to earn his Eagle Scout title.

Have questions about the total solar eclipse?...

It's one of Mother Nature's most awe-inspiring sights - darkness will fall during the day and cast a shadow over the Midlands. From the safety to the incredible science of it all - we've got everything you need to know to be ready for Total Eclipse Columbia.

City Election Filing Opens; Sam Davis Immediately Jumps In

Filing has opened for the City of Columbia's November municipal election and longtime District 1 City Councilman Sam Davis was first out of the gate to officially log paperwork to seek re-election. The city's municipal election is set for Nov. 7. Filing opened at noon Monday and will remain open until noon Sept 7. Seats up for election this year include those for mayor, City Council District 1, City Council District 4 and the at-large City Council seat currently held by Tameika Isaac-Devine.

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