Cat Corchado is no stranger to persevering through difficult life circumstances. She joined the Air Force after becoming a single mother at a young age and went on to have a 20-year career in communications. But her transition in 2000, she said, was horrible. “I thought something’s wrong with me because the whole transition program […]
Beagle will come to Fort Jackson from Fort Drum, N.Y., where he served as deputy commander for support with the 10th Mountain Division. Beagle is an Enoree native who graduated from Woodruff High School and attended South Carolina State University.
Through Richland County’s use of federal disaster recovery funds, a resident displaced by the October 2015 flood now has a new house to call home. Judith Spry is the first of several flood survivors to receive a new house through the County’s flood recovery program. She was joined Thursday by family, friends and Richland County officials […]
Richland One will offer students and adults 86 exciting camps and programs to fill their summer with adventure, academic enrichment, science, technology, the arts and everything in between. The district’s seven-week Summer SOAR camps and enrichment programs, which will be held June 11-August 2, offer parents a variety of programs to select from to suit […]
(COLUMBIA, S.C.) Most Columbia residents start planting their vegetable gardens in April, but for Lower Richland High School students, it will be a time of economic harvest. On April 14 at Soda City Market from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. – in partnership with EngenuitySC and local sustainability-focused garden center Gardener’s Outpost – students will […]
South Carolina (April 14, 2018) Showtime Productions will make their way to Columbia, SC to the Harbison Theatre at Midlands Technical College with the most talked about play of 2017….A Cry Nobody Heard…. This play has sold out in the Upstate of South Carolina 3 times and has left the audience wanting more each time with laughter, […]
Columbia, SC- As the entire country observes the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, Richland Library is inviting several, local civil rights legends to share their stories. Please join us from 7 – 8:30 p.m., Thursday, April 12 at our Main location (1431 Assembly Street) for Unforgettable: Honoring Our Living Civil Rights Legends. […]
“I am excited to offer my financial expertise in service to the State of South Carolina. It is imperative that the State Treasurer has a strong financial background in order to carry out the responsibilities of the office,” says Glenn.