The Columbia VA Health Care System will present four days of events, open to the public, which highlights information on ways to control and lower your A1C, food tips, success stories, a mini walk-a-thon, and more from November 4 – 7. It begins with a noon – 2 pm PepContinue Reading

Town of Lexington Chief Terrence Green would like to notify the community there will be road closures and detours during the afternoon of  this Sunday, November 3, before and during the Lexington County Veterans Day Parade in downtown Lexington. The road closures and detours will begin at 1 pm withContinue Reading

DAV and RecruitMilitary are joining forces to attract, hire and retain military veterans and military spouses in the Columbia area September 19 at the USC Alumni Center from 11 am – 3 pm. This is a free hiring event for veterans, transitioning military personnel, National Guard members, Reserve members and militaryContinue Reading

Affirming its longstanding commitment to providing quality higher education and support services to military veterans and their families, the Midlands Technical College (MTC) Commission signed an agreement designating MTC as a Purple Heart College. “The Commission strongly believes it is appropriate for the college to outwardly demonstrate our commitment toContinue Reading

SOUTH CHINA SEA (August 22, 2019) – Junior Officer of the Deck Ensign Jasmine Walker, from Lexington, South Carolina, establishes bridge-to-bridge communications with another marine vessel while standing watch on the bridge aboard the amphibious transport dock ship USS Green Bay (LPD 20). Green Bay, part of Commander, Amphibious SquadronContinue Reading

Fort Jackson will host its annual 5K run/walk honoring fallen soldiers and the survivors of soldiers at 8 a.m. Sept. 14, at Hilton Field. This is an annual event to help bring awareness to fallen soldiers and their sacrifices.  This event builds support for the families of those killed inContinue Reading

Gamecocks tally continues toward ‘8-in-8’ with Columbia VAHCS annual visit. Story by Jennifer Scales, Columbia VA Health Care System Public AffairsPhotos by Ken Holt, Medical Media/Jennifer Scales, Public Affairs At various times throughout the year, the Voluntary Service Office of the Columbia VA Health Care System pairs with the athleticContinue Reading

On August 16 at 10 am Legionnaires from American Legion Post 193 of Chapin will arrive at the Fort Jackson National Cemetery lay to rest the cremated remains of U.S. Army Veteran SPC 3 Devon D. Kobold. SPC 3 Kobold was born December 4 ,1931 and passed away March 5,Continue Reading