The SC Green Industry Association will bring together more than 70 exhibitors and nine industry speakers to cover a range of landscape topics during a two-day Conference and Trade Show held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center on January 28 and 29. The Trade Show and education seminars will run
Richland County is giving residents a chance to watch, learn and win prizes during a virtual event centered on gardening and conservation. The Winter Garden Watch Party will feature conservation experts and videos from the County’s Watch and Learn series to advise residents on what they can do now, during
By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Bruce Brutschy, noted self-defense and fitness instructor and a member of the S.C. Black Belt Hall of Fame, received a S.C. Senate Commendation from Sen. Thomas Alexander, Thurs. Jan. 14, 2021. The awards ceremony was held in the offices of Lt. Governor Pamela Evette in
The South Carolina Department of Agriculture (SCDA) will accept applications for hemp farming permits for the 2021 growing season from January 1 through Feb. 28. The state’s Hemp Farming Program has grown from 20 farmers in 2018 to 265 farmers in 2020 – and each year, the program has changed
By Christy Mason Cox There was a time when nothing could come between hard-charging businesswoman Scheri Force and her stilettos – except perhaps, the switch out to sneakers for her daily workouts. But if Scheri has a motto these days it might be, “Never look back. If Cinderella went back
Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to South Carolina! They plan to film episodes of the hit series American Pickers throughout your area in March 2021. We understand that with the proliferation of COVID-19, we are all facing very uncertain times. We at American Pickers
Prisma Health has restricted patient visitation effective January 9, in the wake of a growing surge of COVID-19 infections across South Carolina. “We know that being with families is itself a healing therapy and so we wrestled with this decision. But we believe this measure is needed in the wake
The COMET announced Jnauray 13 that a driver of Transportation Care Services (TCS), which operates DART and is a subcontractor of RATP Dev USA, Inc., has tested positive for coronavirus during the routine mandatory testing of all employees. The driver operated a paratransit route January 12 and early January 13.
Prisma Health is administering the monoclonal antibody treatments, Bamlanivimab and Regeneron, to high-risk COVID-19 patients in the Midlands and Upstate. Both drugs have not been approved but was authorized for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The treatment can be used in patients who are 12 years
Richland County Government offices will be closed this Monday, January 18 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The County’s C&D Landfill, Clemson Road Drop-off Recycling Site and Lower Richland Drop-off Center will also be closed. Schedules for curbside trash and recycling collection will not be affected. The County’s Jim Hamilton-L.B.