Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.

News

Workers fill orders at Amazon's distribution center near Cayce

Presidential election mail voting was OK with Amazon.
Amazon CEO Jerff Bezos, like othrr corporate chiefs, have no trouble with unions organizing their rivals' workers.

coroner badge

Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has identified the individual who died as a result of a single vehicle accident in the 300 block of Hermitage Road at approximately 9:30 pm on Jan.

Boineau mugshot

A man accused of attempted murder was arrested Thursday after leading deputies on a chase along Interstate Highways 26 and 77 through Richland and Lexington counties.

Sports

Coach Beamer hired former county football stars Erik Kimrey and Justin Stepp

I’ll admit the Gamecocks negotiated a better deal than they did with Will Muschamp.
So far they appear to have gotten their money's worth.

Kennerly Brookland-Cayce

“We need games right now.”

Article Image Alt Text

Without freshman All-State standout Maliyah Mason, 5th ranked Irmo fell to 8th ranked AC Flora 38-26 Friday on the road.

Jones Dutch Fork

It’s a rare night of heavy high school basketball action on Friday.

Opinions

Curious children just want to know

My grandmother must have been relieved to see my mother come home from work each day.

Ronald da Silva was shot and killed by an illegal immigrant

Chronicle reader John White emailed this with a request to share it wth other readers:

President Biden

In many ways, you may feel for new President Joe Biden.
He has to walk a fine line between the moderates in his party and the hard line socialist left.

SCANA protesters want justice for ratepayer victims

Kevin Marsh and Stephen Byrne have been caught in the largest robbery in state history – the $2.2 billion fleecing of 1 million SC Electric & Gas and Santee Cooper ratepayers.

Lifestyle

Signs on The Riverwalk

The Riverwalk has been described by Mayor Tem Miles as “the crown jewel of West Columbia.” That holds true in the winter, too.

Have you installed the latest software updates for your computer and mobile devices? Here are a few urgent security updates you should install ASAP.

Article Image Alt Text

This beautiful neck chain was made in France in the 1870’s.  It was crafted of French Standard silver. a completely different alloy than American sterling. 

Queenie Torigian with her grandson David and his wife Connie

What will you be up to when you reach age 100?

Lets hope you're as active as Lexington artist Queenie Torigian.

Business

woman holds sign with black letters on yellow background reading: Grand Opening

Lexington County Chronicle readers are interested in business news.
They look for it in our Around Town column on the Business page.

Walt Disney

When you think of being visionary, compare your vision with Walt Disney’s vision for Disneyland 65 years ago:

it's your business header

Whatever happened to Joyce who used to do

Savage Craft Ale Works is opening in West Columbia on Jan. 30

A landmark structure has been transformed into a showplace. 
Savage Craft Ale Works is opening in West Columbia on Jan. 30

Photo Galleries

Clear Eye Full of Bases

After a 1 week postponement due to bad weather, the Everyplay Kickball League held its final Wednesday at Lexington County Baseball Stadium.

Taylor Dutch Fork Clemson

It was National Signing Day on Wednesday and at least 4 Chronicle Country high schools had students who signed letters of intent. 

Gilbert competitive cheer

Lower Richland High School was the site for the 1st of 2 SC High School League Class 3A qualifiers for competitive cheer.

Article Image Alt Text

The Brookland-Cayce basketball teams split a doubleheader with Airport on Thursday. The Lady Eagles won the 1st game 48-5, while the Bearcats won the 2nd game 51-38. 

Facebook Feed

Newspaper

Mailing Address:
     PO Box 9 Lexington
     SC 29071
Street Address:
     131 Swartz Rd.
     Lexington SC 29072
Phone: 803-359-7633
Fax: 803-359-2936