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Residents can listen to the candidates and meet them at a forum tonight.
The Columbia Police Department came up with a plan that calls for up to 800 more cameras, according to records obtained by The State.
Richland County consumers will start paying the penny sales tax Wednesday.
CMRTA board members chose 'The COMET' as the new brand for the transportation system.
The committee was originally set up to only include citizens.
The policy change comes after a Muslim woman reported to a national Muslim advocacy group that she was asked to remove her hijab when she was booked at the jail in December.
The S.C. Department of Revenue is reminding taxpayers to enroll in the free service before the end of the month to protect against identity theft.
The Columbia city councilman announced his candidacy Tuesday.
Government, Going Green
Some of the new recyclable items inlude milk cartons, plastic trays and pizza boxes.
The state's new U.S. Senator opened an office in downtown Columbia, as well as in North Charleston and Greenville.
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