2nd Annual Midlands ‘Black Eats Week 803’ Returns Juneteenth Week

(Columbia, SC) – Mark your calendars! The 2nd Annual Black Eats Week 803 will be held on June 17-23, 2024, as part of the Juneteenth celebration week, recognizing the rich culinary heritage of Black-owned restaurants, food trucks, bakeries, creameries, and more in the Midlands area. Established in 2023, Black Eats Week 803 (BEW803) aims to highlight and support Black entrepreneurs

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League of Women Voters of Columbia Area Provides Website with Election Information

(Columbia, SC) – The League of Women Voters of the Columbia Area (LWVCA) offers a nonpartisan online election information resource at the website VOTE411.org. VOTE411 is a “one-stop shop” source of election information. With VOTE411, you can register to vote, check your voter registration, and find which races and candidates will be on your ballot.

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