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Lexington School District 1 has posted their first quarter honor roll recipients.

The Irmo Police Department will be conducting a Public Safety Checkpoint
within the Town of Irmo near Broad River Road and I-26 on Tuesday, December 11,

Harmon Street at Legion Drive

Be extra careful on Lexington Roads this week.

Food drives are a staple at the holiday season, as area schools look for ways to help community residents in need.


Defending Class 2A boys’ basketball champion Gray Collegiate Academy saw 2 winning streaks come to an end at the Bojangles’

There’s a strong air of nostalgia encircling the Lexington High School boys’ basketball program.

For the second straight year, defending Class 2A boys’ basketball champion Gray Collegiate dropped the opening contest of t

Welcome to high school football immortality, Dutch Fork High School.


One lesson new coaches have to learn is that everyone is watching them.
The same goes for leaders of their teams. Everyone is watching how they act, what they do and say.

ectacular ending.
The Gilbert High School girls’ golf team finished 4th in the S.C. High School League Class 3A golf championship in just its 3rd season of existence. 

There is great news to tee off this week as Lauren Stephenson just qualified for the LPGA Tour this past weekend. 

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Photo by Terry Ward

The Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce 2018 Holiday Parade of Lights originally scheduled for Saturday, December 8 has been postponed due to adverse weather conditions. 

You likely know about smartwatches. Apple watches have served as heart rate monitors, pedometers and more for years. Smart jewelry includes items like rings and pendants.

Hosting holiday dinners can be stressful, even for the most seasoned home cooks.

Special to the Chronicle
The Lexington 1 Educational Foundation recognized winners of the Innovation Grants for Elementary Schools recently.


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How many generations work with you?

How many languages do they speak?

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That’s right. The other 1/3rd is you.

Even fearless entrepreneurs run into many fences in life. They block our path, deny us entry, hold us back and keep us from realizing our dreams. 
Among these fences are:

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Signing day this past Friday at Chapin High School saw 13 student-athletes in three sports sign national letters of intent:

An All-State guard and lacrosse player each made commitments to their respective colleges on Tuesday.

Lexington High School seniors Maggie Salley (volleyball - High Point) and Marie Claire Robinson (lacrosse - Lander University) signed letters of intent Monday. 


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