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Attorney Chris Boguski joins Robinson Gray as associate

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Columbia attorney Christopher Boguski has joined Robinson Gray law firm as an associate. [caption id="attachment_24368" align="alignleft" width="241"] Chris Boguski[/caption] His practice areas will include bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, commercial litigation, and real estate and title insurance. Chris grew up in Columbia and has practiced here since graduating from law school. He earned…
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Cypress assists with closing of the First Church of Christ Scientist Church downtown Columbia to USC

[caption id="attachment_24366" align="alignleft" width="200"] James Harrison, III, CCIM[/caption] Cypress Commercial and Investment Real Estate, a Columbia-based firm serving the southeast is pleased to announce James C. Harrison, III, CCIM recently sold the First Church of Christ Scientist church, located at 1114 Pickens Street in Downtown Columbia to the University of South Carolina Development Foundation. The…
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Visit Your Local Library & Get a Free Flu Shot

With the 2019-2020 flu season quickly approaching, Richland Library is preparing local residents and offering access to preventive care. Once again, we are partnering with Walgreens to host free flu shot clinics at our library locations this fall. The first flu shot clinic is set for 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Friday, September 27 at…
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Campus Advantage Adds Columbia Property to Management Portfolio

Student Housing Leader Boosts Housing Options with 1,002 Beds Near The University of South Carolina; Implements Rebrand Strategy Campus Advantage®, an industry leader in student housing property management, consulting, and investment management, today announced it has assumed management of The Rowan, a Columbia, South Carolina student housing property located near The University of South Carolina.…
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Sept. 27 museum lecture to cover history of the United Confederate Veterans

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The United Confederate Veterans was formed in 1889 by former soldiers and sailors of the Confederate States, and it had several purposes: • Caring for widows and orphans of veterans. • Caring for disabled veterans. • Preserving Confederate relics and artifacts. • Organizing reunions and fraternal gatherings. • Preserving a record of…
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Custom Builders, Remodelers receive awards

The winners of the 2019 BIA Building & Remodeling Awards were announced this September. This is a program of the Building Industry Association of Central SC (BIA) and combines the long-running Columbia Remodelers Awards (CRA) and the Custom Building Awards (CBA) programs. The awards are given to BIA Members for work completed in the Midlands…
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Jubilee: Festival of Black History and Culture in Columbia, Sat., Sept. 21

Multiple Grammy-nominated recording artist, Dwele, to headline free festival COLUMBIA, S.C. — Join Historic Columbia at Jubilee: Festival of Black History & Culture from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21. Now in its 41st year, this free outdoor festival brings musicians, artisans, dancers and storytellers together to celebrate South Carolina’s black history…
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Newberry No. 1 in Social Mobility, Leads in Ethnic Diversity

Newberry College is best in the South for social mobility and a regional leader in ethnic diversity, according to a recent review by U.S. News & World Report. Top Performers on Social Mobility In a new category to the collegiate ranking publication, Newberry took the No. 1 spot for Social Mobility among colleges in the…
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