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Oak Grove Elementary’s Bartolotti named Lexington One Teacher of the Year

Lexington County School District One has named their district Teacher of the Year, Oak Grove Elementary’s Cheryl Bartolotti. more

Pelion is the third municipality to receive a ‘Spring Sweep’

It’s time for Pelion to get clean. more

Lexington County Council seeks to resolve road maintenance conflict

Lexington County Council appears to have begun making peace with town leaders in the county. But it may take a while. more

Riverbank Elementary students win Lexington 2 cooking competition

On March 28, 13 elementary students from across Lexington County School District 2 competed in the Future Chef Competition. more

Irmo looks to move from history-packed town hall to a new one

While eyes are set on a new town hall, Irmo residents and leaders have a plethora of history to reflect upon in the old town hall.  more

Lexington musician brings tour to the state

“When I was born, I was completely blind, and while I can see now, I still have major visual issues and so music is a medium that you don't have to look at, you know? I can just hear it.” more

The Catch-up: Crooked Creek Art League gave out $5,225 in awards at their Annual Juried Show

The Crooked Creek Art League, an art group located in Chapin, held their Annual Juried Show, which is their largest annual event. more

‘Try to work it out,' Lexington County legislators push county officials to make changes after canceled road maintenance agreement

The Lexington County legislative delegation met with Lexington County Council members and representatives of the county’s municipalities on March 19 to resolve differences over road maintenance agreements. more

Lexington 2 students work with Cayce government to put bike rack in Guignard Park

For about three months, Lexington 2 Innovation Center students worked diligently to create a bike rack for Cayce’s Guignard Park, located at 964 Axtell Dr. more

Batesburg-Leesville educators tackle ‘summer slide’ with literacy engagement

When the final school bell rings, students are sent home for summer vacation and the summer slide begins, but the Batesburg-Leesville educators are working to stop the slide with daily literacy engagement. more

Lexington County Public Library welcomes ‘Nova’ to mobile library fleet

On March 25, the Lexington County Public Library system held a ribbon cutting for a new mobile library called Nova, bringing the system's fleet to two. more

Lexington County officials move forward with implementing $30 service fee to address road improvements

Lexington County Council gave initial approval to a $30 service fee for registered vehicle owners so the county can make needed road improvements. more

The Catch-up: Golf tournament to raise money for police non-profit, more

An event to help fund the Lexington Police Department Foundation, a non-profit, is happening on Monday, April 29.  more

Zoe Warren challenges long-standing incumbent Katrina Shealy

The 2024 South Carolina Senate elections are fast approaching and Zoe Warren is making his move to challenge incumbent Katrina Shealy for her seat in District 23, which covers all of Lexington County. more

Young people are taking advantage of libraries, local and national data shows

Whether it's because of a desire for a hardback book, free internet connection or just a quiet place to study, young people are visiting their local libraries. more

‘Just keep swimming’ to Village Square’s latest production

Nemo, Dory, Marlin and a sea full of young cast members are on stage the next two weekends at Village Square Theatre for “Finding Nemo Jr.” more

Lexington School District Two arts facility opening soon

The new 103,400-square-foot performing arts center and district office for Lexington School District Two is opening soon.  more

Incumbent Wessinger and former fire fighter vie for Lexington County Council District 6 seat

A local resident fighting for public safety has announced his campaign for county council, challenging incumbent Charli Wessinger for District 6, which covers Chapin, parts of Irmo and Lexington. more

Former Pine Ridge police chief sentenced to 15 years for using threats, reputation to coerce sex, pornography

Former Pine Ridge Police Chief William Bruce Parker has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for orchestrating a multi-victim sextortion scheme. According to a release from the U.S. … more

Former Town of Lexington employee arrested after over $57K in unauthorized purchases

The former IT manager for the Town of Lexington has been arrested in connection with over $57,000 in unauthorized purchases. Beatrice Lyons-Daniels, who was employed by the town from September … more

Lexington County officials move forward with implementing $30 service fee to address road improvements

Lexington County Council gave initial approval to a $30 service fee for registered vehicle owners so the county can make needed road improvements. Councilman Darrell Hudson said the new fee … more

The Catch-up: Riverbanks Zoo fares with giraffe’s death; Lexington County prepares for upcoming family-friendly events

One of Riverbanks Zoo’s giraffes passed this weekend following health challenges. more

S.C. Agricultural Commissioner promotes in-state agricultural processing to boost economy

Hugh Weathers, commissioner for the state’s Department of Agriculture, at the Lexington Chamber’s Business over Breakfast meeting on March 12, talked of the department's current standings with processing food within the state, agrotourism and new funding for agricultural business grants. more

Lexington locals to learn policing basics at Citizen’s Police Academy

The Lexington Police Department has what’s called the Citizen’s Police Academy. more

Harbison theatre brings gospel play to stage for Christians and non-Christians alike

An array of life situations are being brought to stage from March 15 to 17 at Harbison Theatre in Irmo with WOW Production’s original play, “If You Only Knew…Why I Struggle to Trust God.” more
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