A bill that would provide tax credits to filmmakers was heard Tuesday by a Senate committee.
Owners of local international markets have had to find new ways to keep products on the shelves.
Girl Scouts began cookie sales Monday and will use digital platforms to increase sales.
Local theaters are continuing to adapt to growing changes with the help of blockbuster releases and special events.
"There was a line out the door and to the right for a couple hours," Co-Owner Amanda Rainey said.
The Mexican restaurant struggled with staffing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Party Perfectly opened as a local alternative to big box party stores.
Code Ninjas opened a location Nov. 2 on Nifong Boulevard.
Pasta La Fata plans on opening a brick-and-mortar location in the spring.
To avoid a fruitless, last-minute scramble this holiday season, businesses are urging customers to shop early.
Climbers can join the "Ground Up" club for early memberships and access to soft openings.
The center is planning to build a multi-level driving range similar to Top Golf.
The new restaurant has locations in 17 states and serves a taste of Southern-style chicken.
The gym is set to open in January and is part of a franchise group that prioritizes college towns.
Like its origins, the shop takes pride in family and relationships.
Crunch Fitness is Columbia’s newest recreational fitness center, opening at the former Office Depot on South Providence Road.
One out of the three new Hungry Crab's location will open in Columbia over the next few months.
A new Raising Cane's location is still a work-in-progress as customers await a firm opening date.
The store opened in August of 2019 but now leaves the Nifong store as the sole location.
Housing demand has skyrocketed, but homebuilders and remodelers haven’t caught up because of labor shortages and materials delays, tripling the timeline of some projects.