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Bridging the gap

The Community Herald

P.O. BOX 4618

Columbia, S.C. 29204

Phone: 803.312.1574

Email: thecommunityherald@yahoo.com

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Partnership with Walgreens to Offer Free, Preventive Care Columbia, SC- With the 2019-2020 flu season quickly approaching, Richland Library is preparing local residents and offering access to preventive care.

Richland Library Schedules Flu Shot Clinic This Fall

Save the Children has worked in South Carolina since 2003, offering critical early childhood education programs for parents and children from prenatal development through third grade. Currently, Save the Children partners with 17 schools in five South

Save the Children Helps South Carolina Kids Become Successful in School and Life

The S.C. Department of Transportation (SCDOT) announces some preliminary activities that are required to complete the design ahead of construction on the Interstate 26 Widening Design-Build Project in Lexington, Richland and Newberry Counties.

I-26 Widening Project in Lexington, Richland, and Newberry Counties
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Richland Library is encouraging local residents to keep their minds active and engaged over the next three months. From June 1 - August 18, we're inviting children, teens and

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Meet Singer & Performing Artist Ara-V

Columbia, SC- A local artist, known for making fusion music by mixing genres, is sharing her talents with Richland Library and the 

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Each year for the past 13 years the I DeQuincey Newman Church music department has given to the community a gift of songs and Chrismon stories. 

Big Brother Soccer

When Antonio Williams first came to Midlands Fatherhood Coalition (MFC), he had just finished a tour of duty overseas in the US Army. Coping with the stress of war,

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A panel of five faith-based organizations – Anderson Interfaith Ministries, God Cares Charities, Mission Lexington, Neighbor-to-Neighbor, and Salkehatchie Summer Service, LLC – discussed some of the aforementioned unmet needs.

Foster Grandparents are low income seniors who share their time and experience in local elementary schools working in small groups or one-on-one to help children read on grade level.

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