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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

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For more University of South Carolina students, home is huge - off-campus

A University of South Carolina bus picks up students at Aspyre, a student focused apartment complex in Columbia, SC on Wednesday October 18, 2017. John A. Carlos II / Special to The Post and Courier A University of South Carolina student enters The Hub, a student focused apartment complex in Columbia, SC on Wednesday October 18, 2017.

Black NASA Chief Charles Bolden Awarded With Nierenberg Prize

Bolden, 71, was the recipient of Scripps Institution of Oceanography's 2017 Nierenberg Prize for Science in the Public Interest, the news outlet writes. Bolden's journey was no easy feat as he was confronted with racism along the way.

Hemp stigma fades as scores apply for production permits

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Disabled SC deputy struggles to find health insurance

A former South Carolina sheriff's deputy injured while stopping a burglary suspect last year says he's not only struggling with physical pain but also with trying to find health insurance. The State newspaper in Columbia reports former Lexington County Deputy Eddie Richardson is permanently disabled.

The future of South Carolina's libraries: Fewer books, more telescopes

Five-year-old Barnabas Boatwright gets a look through one of the Charleston County Public Library's new Orion telescopes. Morgan Finley/CCPL/Provided Five-year-old Barnabas Boatwright gets a look through one of the Charleston County Public Library's new Orion telescopes.

Columbia celebrates eco-friendly water and sewer office building

Columbia's new water and sewer administration building, which includes a green roof, attained a LEED Gold certification. City of Columbia.

Historic Tapp's Building on Main Street Sold to Charlotte Company

The historic Tapp's Building at 1644 Main Street - which houses the community-minded Tapp's Arts Center - has been sold to a Charlotte company. SYNCO Properties, of Charlotte, announced its acquisition of the building in a Friday news release.

After years of influence, GOP kingmaker's future uncertain

In a May 23, 2017 file photo, former Majority Leader Rick Quinn, left, and his father, Richard Quinn Sr. pause as they talk during a break in a hearing to get solicitor David Pascoe disqualified from the prosecution of Quinn in Columbia, S.C. Solicitor David Pascoe announced Wednesday, Oct. 18, that the State Grand Jury had returned indictments against Richard Quinn on charges of criminal conspiracy and failure to register as a lobbyist. Grand jurors also issued new indictments for two lawmakers already charged.

Why I wear 'dead men's' shoes

When it comes to wearing other people's castoffs, I really only draw the line at socks and, well, undergarments. It sounds gross, I know.

Change of heart: Bluffton leaders pledge to release crime information more quickly to the public

It should be easier now for the public to get basic information about crimes that occur in the town of Bluffton - one of the state's fastest-growing municipalities. Reversing actions taken last month, Bluffton police chief Joseph Manning says his department will no longer require formal S.C. Freedom of Information Act requests - a typically slow process - for routine incident reports about recent crimes in the town of about 19,000 residents.

Nancy Mace Trumps Twitter Trolls

Trolls on Twitter plant a story, which gets picked up by political blogs, when then gets picked up by mainstream media which leads to an embarrassing black eye for the political candidate targeted by the "hit." In the case of an attempted Twitter-slam against South Carolina House District 99 frontrunner Nancy Mace this week, though, it wasn't .

Northeast Columbia fire destroys one home, damages five others

The Columbia Fire Department got the call just before 9:00 a.m. It happened on Brickingham Way in Columbia. "I raised my back window and I smelled smoke," Merelen Simpson who lives just two doors down from where the fire started explained.

Letter: FITSNews Disses West Columbia

Wow. Way to dis our lovely town with your wordy and unoriginal "report." As mentioned, Columbia is expanding.

First Alert Traffic: 1 lane open after overturned tractor trailer blocked road in West Columbia

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says one lane has been opened after a tractor-trailer overturned and temporarily blocked the roadway. Lexington: Old Barnwell road has one lane open.

Yonder Field Cancels This Weekend's Agrisonic Festival

The Agrisonic Festival, slated to take place at Yonder Field, the new 30,000-capacity festival grounds located an hour away from Columbia in Bowman, has been canceled. Dispatch, The Infamous Stringdusters, Leftover Salmon, The Wood Brothers, and Dead 27s were scheduled to appear.

Long-Running Coffeehouse Series Finds New Home at Tree of Life

Last spring, it was announced that the long-running UU Coffeehouse folk and acoustic music concert series hosted by the Unitarian Universalist congregation would not continue. But apparently there was enough support for it that organizers have arranged to move it to the Tree Of Life synagogue on North Trenholm Drive, renaming it the TOL Coffeehouse Series.

Lexington County man accused of targeting Hispanics sentenced to life in prison

A Lexington County man will spend the rest of his life in prison for the murder of a father of four more than two years ago in West Columbia. After a week-long trial, Ricky Lamont Esaw, 42, was sentenced to life without parole on Thursday for the shooting death of Hector Vasquez in August of 2015 .

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