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West Columbia's Primal Market Rebrands, Adds Coffee Shop

The owner indicates that more changes will be announced in the near future. more

Cola Concerts Series at Cayce Speedway Is No More

The series started at the historic Cayce racetrack in November 2020. more

Lexington County Restaurants Struggle With Supply Chain Issues

Supply chain and staffing issues caused one West Columbia eatery to pause operations suddenly last week. more

Columbia Airport Looks to Liven Space, Boost Local Artists By Continuing Exhibition Series

When Harold Branham spoke with the Chronicle, his brother was set to fly in to see his most recent exhibition — which he’d see before he left the airport.Branham, a Blythewood-based … more

Lexington Roller Skate Rink, Closed by COVID, to Reopen Under New Ownership

If the phrase “couple skate” means anything to you, or you know what moves “rexing,” “dipping” and “scissors” refer to, you might be a child of the roller skating era, which never … more

WeCo River District Association to be Proactive in 2022

The WeCo River District Merchants Association got off the ground in 2021.“I’m very pleased with the level of participation we attracted this year,” said Steve Cohen, WeCo River District … more

Lots of New Homes Coming to West Columbia in 2022

If you’re looking for a new home in the new year, there are some opportunities coming to West Columbia. Construction on the Stillwater neighborhood is about halfway finished. Stillwater is off … more

More Businesses Opened in West Columbia in 2021

The rate of new business openings in West Columbia in 2021 outpaced 2020.There were 154 new business openings in 2020. With a week left in 2021, there were 199 new business openings in West Columbia, … more

Cayce, West Columbia Businesses Feel Out New Normal Without Mask Mandates

In October and November, for a second time, mask mandates came to an end in West Columbia and Cayce. The requirements for face coverings in buildings open to the public were brought back after public … more

Columbia Metropolitan Airport Looks for Holiday Boost to Continue Pandemic Rebound

Coming out of 2019, the Columbia Metropolitan Airport had momentum.The West Columbia facility had just more than 1.3 million passengers that year, said Director of Marketing & Air Service … more
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