Jacob Barker

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Commission endorses Regency tax incentive

After three months of hearings with little public opposition, the Columbia Tax Increment Financing Commission…

Lenoir Woods plans expansion, shift in care model

*Retirement homes expanding*With retiring baby boomers fueling demand, LSS is expanding Lenoir Woods while Americare is expanding one senior living center and building another.

Trittenbach Construction proposing precedent-setting projects

*Downtown Apartment Projects*Trittenbach Development wants to build two more apartment buildings that would house hundreds of downtown residents.

Americare expands to meet rise in senior living demand

Sally and Jim Orgren moved to Columbia from Buffalo, N.Y., in October. Since then, they…

P&Z takes issue with rezoning for downtown apartment building

The Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission voted against a proposal to rezone land at the…

Wheres the money going?

Where’s the money going?

City certifies The District’s CID petition

The city of Columbia on Wednesday officially certified the petition by the Special Business District…

Local governments plead with EPA to modify Hinkson Creek runoff rules

Hinkson Dispute Intensifies

Year in Review: Tiger roars in 2010

This was the Year of the Tiger in the Chinese zodiac calendar, and perhaps that’s the best way to sum up the top news of 2010 in Columbia.
The biggest happening was no doubt the successful effort — dubbed Project Tiger — to lure IBM to the city. After the initial fanfare over Big Blue’s promise to provide 800 jobs, the May announcement colored the news through the remainder of the year.

United Way revising charity funding model

United Way, Way to Go

Donors dig deeper as needs rise, UW exceeds goal

At a time when charities face increasing needs and decreasing state government support, the Heart…

Officials prepare to fight Hinkson stormwater regulations | CBT Power Lunch

Power Lunch: Hinkson Creek and Stormwater