Sunday, April 3, 2022

About Town - April 3, 2022

Recent photos of Columbia

(Click/tap on photos to see larger, sharper images.) 

The water tower near Little's Beverage was taken down on Tuesday (March 29):

More photos of the water tower demolition can be seen HERE.


UPS flying over

Cookman Church window near sunset

If this is what's left behind, imagine what got through.

Work continues at the former Andy's Market location at 4th & Cherry.

SHOCKing pink

These materials at the former Columbia Drive-in site are most likely being staged for a planned development that will include 18,000 square feet of retail space, a 3,000 square foot restaurant, a 3,500 square foot bank, 163 mid-rise apartments, and 9 low-rise townhomes, according to West Hempfield Township Planning Commission meeting minutes of May 16, 2019. The project was also discussed at the February 2, 2021 and October 5, 2021 West Hempfield Township Supervisors' meetings.

Lift on Locust

Living Stones plans to build a second floor atop its office at Front & Locust. 
A deck will also be constructed.

Trolley No. 47 rolled through town on Saturday.

Hedgehog family

Columbia aims to be lead-free.

Daffodils bursting through

Killdeer on the tracks

Someone left their device along the highway.

It's labeled Altelix.

Fire extinguisher, extra large, at Fragments of the Past, 313 Walnut Street

Ongoing work at the former airfield

An army of cement trucks in the Burning Bridge parking lot

Gone for good?

Building a wall in Avenue H

UGI on South 5th, where several properties are slated for demolition

Read the sign!

Meanwhile, at the Eberly Myers apartment building project at the bottom of Locust...

Someone hacked several limbs off one of the borough's trees.