Recent Articles from Christina Lee Knauss
One of Columbia’s pioneering craft breweries is closing its doors after a decade in business. Owners announced on Facebook that they will close the brewery near Williams Brice Stadium effective Dec. 30.
Scout Motors has officially opened its first South Carolina office in Columbia’s rapidly growing BullStreet district.
The law school at the University of South Carolina now has a new name thanks to a major donation from prominent Mount Pleasant attorney and alumnus Joseph Rice, co-founder of Motley Rice LLC. The school will now be known as the Joseph
When Ronald L. Rhames enrolled as a student at Midlands Technical College in Columbia as a young man, he had no idea he was starting a relationship with the school that would lead eventually to a 35-year career.
Amanda Clark became a respiratory therapist after being impacted from personal loss due to chronic lung diseases including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, also known as COPD. Years of work in the field gave Clark pe
A Columbia brewery has developed a fruitful new relationship with two South Carolina farms.
Most people who live in South Carolina probably don't realize that a plant located in the small town of Saluda produces millions of servings a year of one of the world's most popular easy-to-fix meals - ramen noodles.
Recent reports show record strength in the Midlands' industrial market, the first positive absorption rate in the area's office market since 2019.
A 9,600-square-foot multi-tenant office building located at 5115 Forest Drive was recently sold to Lexington Medical Center.
A new upscale skin care spa with a do-it-yourself twist has opened in Columbia’s Five Points district.
South Carolina farmers and food processors who want to pursue organic certification may qualify for reimbursement through a grant
A national taco chain will soon have a second location in the Columbia area