Cayce-West Columbia Chamber receives Resolution from Sen. Nikki Setzler for being recognized as Outstanding Chamber of the Year

Sen. Nikki Setzler presented a resolution from the SC Senate in honor of the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce being recognized as the Carolinas Outstanding Chamber of the Year. The Chamber received the honor in October. Setzler is pictured with Chamber Board President Lindsey Miles and Chamber President Tim […]

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Sen. Nikki Setzler presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Lexington County Development Corporation

Sen. Nikki Setzler was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Lexington County Development Corporation. Lexington County Development Corporation Board Member Donnie Burkett presented the award to Setzler at the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber Business Breakfast Tuesday. It was given for Setzler’s 48 years as as a State Senator, […]

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Retiring Sen. Nikki Setzler receives touching tribute at Cayce-West Columbia Chamber Breakfast, talks about roots from beginning at Ed’s Drive-Thru to decision to leave SC Senate

Sen. Nikki Setzler was the guest of honor at the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber Breakfast, Tuesday, held at Stone River in West Columbia.  Setzler, a West Columbia attorney, is leaving the SC Senate after 48 years. He has been recognized as the longest-serving senator in South Carolina’s history, with plans to place his […]

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Brookland Cayce High School grad Callee Liscusky Jumper joins West Columbia’s Moore Bradley Myers Law Firm

 Moore Bradley Myers is pleased to announce that Callee Liscusky Jumper has joined the firm as an associate attorney. She graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2021, receiving the CALI Award for Future Excellence in the study of Civil Litigation Capstone. Callee is a native of West Columbia […]

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Almost all of the Cayce Riverwalk and Timmerman Trail open, work ongoing in one section

Almost all of the Cayce Riverwalk and Timmerman Trail are now open after undergoing repairs. The City of Cayce Parks staff worked to fix the damaged Riverwalk. Phase 3 of the Riverwalk Park from the entrance on Old State Road to Newman Boat Landing was closed in early May due […]

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Irmo Fire unit rescues trapped kitten

Crews from the evening shift responded to calls of an entrapped kitten, Monday night, in the Meredith Drive of Irmo. Upon arrival, crews found the kitten stuck in the steering column of a vehicle. The kitten was safely extricated and sustained no injuries. He has since been adopted, according to […]

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New homes and commercial space could be coming to Center Street in West Columbia, according to newspaper report

The West Columbia Planning Commission approved the first step of a plan for the building of 27 houses and commercial space on more than two acres of property bounded by Cromwell Street, between Center Street and Augusta Street, in West Columbia. The site is one block off of Meeting Street […]

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Sign shows New Brookland Crossing shops coming to 1410 Sunset Boulevard, West Columbia

A sign has been placed at 1410 Sunset Boulevard, the previous site of Entity Motors. the sign is advertising a collection of store fronts and a development called New Brookland Crossing. For more information call 803-730-0322. Congaree Construction Company is named on the sign, along with LTC Architects. Both companies […]

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Lexington County deputies arrest a Columbia man accused of murder in connection to a shooting death

Lexington County deputies have arrested a Columbia man accused of murder in connection to a shooting death Tuesday night. Johnnie Quawnetel Mack, 34, is charged with murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, according to arrest warrants. The victim […]

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West Columbia Meeting Street Artisan Market readies for new Thursday schedule beginning June 6

The West Columbia Meeting Street Artisan Market offers  a boutique shopping experience. The City of West Columbia-sponsored market at 425 Meeting Street invites you to play, shop, and eat. The new hours for the market, which is next open on June 6, are from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Thursdays. It’s […]

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