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Taco restaurant announced for Lexington’s Icehouse on Main building

Nearly a year after it broke ground, a new building on Lexington’s Main Street has its promised restaurant tenant.  more

A guide to Valentine’s Day in Lexington County

The Chronicle put together a guide to help residents figure out their Valentine’s strategy, offering ideas for restaurants and gifts along with some more outside-the-box suggestions.  more

Columbia taco spot announces 2nd Lexington County location

A popular Midlands taco spot recently announced what will be its third location and second in Lexington County. more

The Catch-Up: Trump gets Zesto, Riverbanks Zoo announces aquarium reopening

Former President Donald Trump stopped by a stalwart West Columbia restaurant. more

57-acre mixed-use development coming to bustling area of Red Bank

While there aren’t any details yet about what exactly will be there, a newly announced land purchase in Red Bank makes way for a large mixed-use development in the area. more

From garage to retail: Irmo home store revamps used furniture

Beth Poore was simply repainting some of her own furniture in her garage and posting it online, then a friend suggested she have her own store. more

In 2022, Columbia airport welcomed more than 1 million passengers, first time since COVID

The Columbia Metropolitan Airport isn’t quite back to the 10-year passenger record it set in 2019, but 2022 was the first year that it welcomed more than 1 million passengers since the start of … more

They Believe in Irmo: Local coffee roaster looks back on first 10 years, place in community

10 years later, the Irmo roaster that started with a humble drive-through kiosk stands as one of the most recognizable coffee brands in the Midlands. more

Cigar lounge hopes to open soon in Chapin, now selling out of Irmo coffee shop

Retired U.S. Army Veteran Chris Montali simply wanted a place to smoke cigars and hang out closer to home. more

Relocated Lexington fast food restaurant is open for business

Nearly a year after its short move was announced, Lexington’s “downtown” Sonic Drive-In is open in its new location along Columbia Avenue. more
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