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The Charleston Silver Lady

Often in my growing up years, we ate of lot of what was in season.  I recall our summer meals consisted mostly of zucchini or tomatoes with shrimp or chicken.   For us, vegetables were … more

West Columbia City Council recognizes Dr. Charles Jackson for 50 years of service

The West Columbia City Council approved a resolution at its meeting Tuesday in honor of Dr. Charles Jackson, who has been pastor of Brookland Baptist Church For 50 years. “You can’t put into … more

Who takes care of kids?

Do real men change diapers, cook and wash dishes? The stay-at-home dads in Chapin say "yes!" These brave 25 men are superheroes for their wives and kids. Glen Kornhauser, a retired … more

West Columbia Mayor Tem Miles takes pie to the face for United Way

West Columbia Mayor Tem Miles raised more than $700 in personal contributions for the United Way Campaign. For his effort he got a pie to the face. “I love pie, but I love the United Way … more

Tech Talk

How often do you get scam emails? Phishing scams are emails or text messages intended to steal your personal information.  The Chronicle’s own Jerry Bellune has been targeted by several … more

COVID schedule featured in new West Columbia newsletter

The City of West Columbia has released its February-March Newsletter. It is the tenth edition of the city’s newsletter. It includes a message from Mayor Tem Miles. There are also updates from … more

Moon Pie brings fun to Chapin school

Special to the Chronicle The newest member of the Chapin Eagle family is a calf named Moon Pie. Chapin Middle School's Lori Powers discovered the opportunity on Facebook. “I thought … more

How to make a college education pay for itself

Will your children's college educations pay off student loans and lead to a comfortable life? Do you and they look at college as an investment in their futures? GradReports is … more


Carolina Wildlife Center has a rather unusual patient – a pelican. Being a few hours from the coast, they rarely if ever admit coastal wildlife. It didn’t take long for this … more

Random Acts of Kindness encouraged in West Columbia

This is “Random Acts of Kindness” Week. Everyone can use more kindness in their lives and Random Acts of Kindness Week is a time when West Columbia, and the country, celebrate … more
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