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The New Normal: The Housing Market continues to grow in Columbia, but a downward trend may be on the way

The housing market across the U.S. is showing signs of cooling off, but right here infamously hot Columbia, the industry looks as if it will remain on fire through the year, with indications that the benchmarks of 2017 may be surpassed in 2018.

Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas: Helping Families Along the Journey

Each year in the United States, an estimated 15,780 children are diagnosed with cancer. Cancer is the number one killer of children in our country. And, regrettably, only 4 percent of federal cancer research funding is devoted to childhood cancers.

Heart and Sole Date Set

Heart and Sole is designed to celebrate women and the power of a healthy lifestyle and to raise awareness that heart disease is the #1 killer of women.

Lexington Medical Center to Host Lecture on Cervical Cancer

Andrea S. Garrick, MD, an OB/GYN at Lexington Women’s Care, a Lexington Medical Center physician practice, will be the speaker.

Girl Scouts Launch LinkedIn Network

The Girl Scout Network on LinkedIn will provide relevant statistics about female leadership to inform and energize female professionals in their careers.

Taiwan Economic Development Official To Speak at Newberry College

As deputy director of economic and cultural development for Taiwan, Hung will offer insights into the culture, economy, impact, and relations of Taiwan in his talk, "Why Taiwan Matters."

Holiday Inn Slated For Downtown Columbia

They purchased the ±42,000 square foot, 10 story building from ROIF Washington, LLC for $1,950,000.

Clemson Researcher Patents Fertilizer and Production Process

The fertilizer could revolutionize the organic produce industry and put it on a level playing field with conventional crops.

SCICU Honors Sen. Matthews

Senator Matthews is distinguished for his work to improve education at all levels as a way to advance the economic welfare of every citizen.

SAFE Awards Scholarships

The scholarships, worth $1,000 each toward tuition, were awarded to public and private school students in the areas SAFE serves, based on financial need.