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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
Barbecue Restaurant and Country Music Joint Planned for Former Empire Supper Club Spot

A restaurant that will specialize in barbecue and country music has plans to set up shop at 920 Lady St., which used to house the Empire Supper Club. Mark Segal, who currently works for the Carolina Strip Club, a steakhouse in The Vista, told Free Times on Monday afternoon that he plans to open the Carolina Western Pub at the Lady Street location.

FT Roundup: Clyburn Sips Jack, Endorses Smith for Governor

South Carolina U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn rides in a parade Columbia held on Sunday, April 9, 2017, to honor the Gamecocks National Championship. South Carolina U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn rides in a parade Columbia held on Sunday, April 9, 2017, to honor the Gamecocks National Championship.

Ainsley Earhardt: 'God put me here for a reason' -- Read an excerpt from 'The Light Within Me'

Ainsley Earhardt: 'God put me here for a reason' -- Read an excerpt from 'The Light Within Me' Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. My mom called recently and in the course of our conversation she said, "My friends all tell me they wake up withyou every day.

Rosewood Crawfish Festival Announces Susto as 2018 Headliner

While a great many Columbians will likely long for the days when you could take in the dulcet tones of Everclear's Art Alexakis singing "Father of Mine" or Marcy's Playground extolling the virtues of "Sex and Candy," there's no denying that the narrowly defined corner that the festival staked its claim on for years has not aged particularly well, much like the headliners themselves. That's why it was so refreshing to see the festival grow more adventurous recently, taking on jam-friendly groups like Robert Randolph & the Family Band and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band instead of drawing from the same, increasingly shallow well .

Democratic candidates for SC governor to debate Sunday night

Rep. James Smith, who is also running for governor, said he decided to attend a retreat in Chicago for Democrats running for office. Smith says he never fully committed to the debate and sees it as a simple scheduling conflict, according to Bruce Barkley, news director at WYFF-TV in Greenville, which is hosting the debate.

Dr. Felder Dorn Brings His New Book To Edgefield

Felder and Sarah Ruth Dorn were a bright scene on the square as they made their way to Tompkins Library annex where he signed books for an audience on Saturday, April 14. This was their first visit in several years, when he was here for the signing of Death of a Policeman; Birth of a Baby , in 2012. The town was pretty busy on Saturday with the opening of the Farmers Market and all the luncheon places were at top speed.

South Carolina law enforcement seek training to improve communication with deaf community

Hanahan Police Officer Jason Charlton partols the Otranto neighborhood in Hanahan Tuesday, March 27, 2018. Charlton who knows sign language, is sometimes called by other police departments to communicate when he's needed.

U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn endorses James Smith for South Carolina governor in Democratic primary

U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-Columbia, speaks at his annual Fish Fry in Columbia on Friday night, with state Rep. James Smith, D-Columbia, in the background. Jamie Lovegrove/Staff U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-Columbia, speaks at his annual Fish Fry in Columbia on Friday night, with state Rep. James Smith, D-Columbia, in the background.

Eight historic places at risk in South Carolina as picked by preservationists

A historic photo of African Americans relaxing at Mosquito Beach, one of the few resort areas in South Carolina that welcomed blacks during the Jim Crow-era. Its old hotel is among eight South Carolina historic sites considered endangered.

Caught on Camera: Driver in Columbia smashes through tree, gate after medical issue

Surveillance video shows the moment a truck ran off the road, struck a tree, and passed just feet from gas station pumps before coming to a stop. Officials say the incident happened around 11:30 a.m. in Columbia near the First Citizens Bank and Valero Gas Station at Main Street and Geiger Avenue.

Charleston property owners can be more engaged in managing flood, drainage resources

Civil and environmental engineer Joshua Robinson arranges rocks near the outspout to direct stormwater into the rain garden. David Quick/Staff Civil engineer Joshua Robinson of Robinson Design Engineers visits "stormwater wetlands," which includes bald cypress trees, yaupon holly, beautyberry and juncus rush, that he designed for New Leaf Builder's nine-home Fox Hollow development on James Island.

USC Law School Bombs South Carolina Bar Exam

The results of the most recent South Carolina bar exam were released late Friday by the state's Supreme Court , and there was a surprisingly competitive race to the bottom among the Palmetto State's two law schools. As expected, the privately run Charleston School of Law put up an atrocious number - with only 21 of its 64 exam takers earning a passing grade on the test.

Love of storytelling: 32nd annual Richland Library Augusta Baker's Dozen

It was a picture-perfect day to sit outside on the grounds of the Robert Mills House in downtown Columbia for the 32nd annual Richland Library Augusta Baker's Dozen. It's a weekend-long event, ending with a Saturday "Celebration of Stories" at the Richland Library main location at 1431 Assembly Street.

Possibility of More Residential Space at Brookland Development Alarms Residents

Changes may be coming to the controversial Brookland development in West Columbia - and that's stoking the ire of residents already dissatisfied with the project. "This is a prime piece of property," says Kelly Burnside.

Veteran's service dog stolen during Columbia home burglary, CPD says

The incident happened on April 16 at a home in the 6800 block of Gavilan Avenue. Police investigators say that at least two men broke into the home and, in addition to stealing the husky named Blu, stole a flatscreen TV.

Under the Radar: Atlas Road Crew

But the creatively restless Charleston-via-Columbia quintet stretched out a bit on their follow-up single, "My Own Way," polishing up the production, creating a truly anthemic chorus and emphasizing Taylor Nicholson's yearning, emotional delivery.

He was in an SC jail for trying to kill his wife. Now he's guilty for ...

He was in an SC jail for trying to kill his wife. Now he's guilt - - Columbia, South Carolina He was in an SC jail for trying to kill his wife.

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