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Man Who Died Falling From Columbia Balcony After Cayce Police Chase Identified

The name of a man who died Sept. 24 after falling from a balcony at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center has been released. more

Man Killed, Brother Also Struck in Lexington County Highway Shooting

A Columbia man was shot to death while riding down a Lexington County highway. more

Irmo Council Holds Off on Rezoning for Commercial Development

Plans for a commercial development on a 30-acre site at Dreher Shoals Road and Farming Creek Road in Irmo were put on hold at a Sept. 20 Irmo Town Council meeting. more

Man Dead After Fleeing Cayce Police, Falling From Columbia Convention Center Balcony

A man died after falling from a balcony at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center while fleeing from Cayce Police. more

8 Lexington County Restaurants Received C Grades in August

Eight Lexington County restaurants received a C, the lowest Food Grade given out following inspections by the state Department of Health and Environmental Control, in August. more

For 1st Time in 2 Months, Lexington County No Longer Recommended to Mask Against COVID

For the first time in more than two months, Lexington County is no longer recommended to mask against COVID-19 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the state Department of Health and Environmental Control. more

Irmo Domestic Violence Investigation Leads to Drug Arrests

A domestic violence investigation in Irmo led to drug charges and multiple arrests. According to a post on the Irmo Police Department’s Facebook page, officers were called to a domestic … more

Lexington County Belk Investigating Death of Columbia Woman Found in Bathroom

The department store where a woman was found dead in a public bathroom is actively working to find out what happened, a spokesperson told the Chronicle. more

Woman Found Dead in Lexington County Mall Identified

A body found Sept. 19 at a Lexington County mall has been identified as a woman who had been missing for nearly a week. more

The Catch-Up: SC Secretary of Commerce Addresses Lexington Chamber

S.C. Secretary of Commerce Henry Lightsey highlighted efforts to enhance the state’s business-forward qualities when he spoke in Columbia last week. more
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