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Air freight business has been a growth sector for Columbia Metropolitan Airport, even as the pandemic has knocked passenger numbers down.
A Columbia man is facing a marijuana trafficking charge after 40 pounds of weed and $4,000 cash was found in suitcases he was traveling with, Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said Oct. 21.
Air travel numbers are rising at Columbia Metro, as a crowded July 4 holiday showed.
Two national clothing retailers, one for women and one for men, are leaving the Northeast Richland shopping district.
Columbia Metro has been pitching itself as a choice for low-cost air carriers, a push that ultimately has paid off.
Columbia will get a low-cost carrier at its airport that travelers have sought for some time.
Some of the earliest recipients of Paycheck Protection Program dollars are nearing the end of their eight weeks worth of federal aid meant as a lifeline through widespread business closures caused by the novel coronavirus. And small businesses are anxiously waiting to see if demand for their products returns before that money runs out.
South Carolina's four largest airports saw less than 95 percent of their normal passenger levels on average Tuesday as the coronavirus pandemic drags on.
The 6-year-old girl whose body was found last week after missing for three days died from asphyxiation soon after she was abducted by a neighbor, authorities said.