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Lexington mulls designated spots for rideshare pickup/dropoff, eyes financial transparency

The Town of Lexington plans to address financial transparency and implement designated rideshare locations along its bustling Main Street. more

With help from brewery fundraiser, Cayce adds another police K9

The Cayce Police Department has officially welcomed its newest four-legged member. more

Having recently set new post-COVID passenger mark, CAE to update master plan

Hard at work on a plan to take it into the future, the Columbia Metropolitan Airport hit another milestone in its recovery from the COVID-19 slowdown. more

Haley speaks to veteran issues during Irmo campaign stop

South Carolina is less than a week away from its Republican primary on Feb. 24, and former Gov. Nikki Haley is ramping up her bus tour around the Palmetto State.  more

2 Leesville residents arrested following seizure of meth, marijuana, cash and guns

Two Leesville residents were recently arrested following the discovery of “a large quantity of meth, marijuana, cash and guns after executing a search warrant at a Leesville home.” more

Lexington County man accused of more than 30 incidents of car vandalism in Red Bank

A Lexington County man has been arrested after a string of car vandalism. more

Lexington County a hotspot for Republican presidential candidates. Why?

Lexington County has been a hotspot throughout the lead-up to next weekend’s Republican presidential primary.  more

Lexington District 5 hopes to build new school, secure $240M referendum, shift zoning

Lexington-Richland School District 5 looks to see major changes to their district’s schools and zoning, with help, officials hope, from a proposed $240 million bond referendum. more

Following retirement of superintendent, Swansea schools name new leader

The school district serving the Swansea area will soon have a new leader. more

Lexington District 1 board sued by former candidate for violating her freedom of speech

The Board of Trustees overseeing Lexington County’s largest school district is being sued by a former board candidate. more

The Catch-Up: Brookland-Lakeview Empowerment Center added to national civil rights network

A local nonprofit that seeks to increase the quality of life and opportunity afforded to some of the area’s underserved communities has achieved another milestone. West Columbia’s … more

Substitute at Pelion elementary school arrested, accused of assaulting students

A Lexington County School District 1 substitute teacher is accused of assaulting multiple students. more

White Knoll High math teacher charged with exploitation of a minor

A 26 year-old White Knoll High School math teacher faces charges after allegedly attempting to solicit a 14-year-old girl. more

Nonprofit addressing adult illiteracy looks to partner with Lexington County libraries

A Columbia-based nonprofit that focuses on teaching adult literacy hopes to partner with the Lexington County Library system. more

Ott, Harpootlian to square off for state Senate nom after Setzler's retirement

Turns out there will be a Democratic primary race for the District 26 seat in the state Senate. more

Town of Lexington to change to .gov URL, seeking increased cybersecurity

Lexington will soon become the third municipality in the county to operate with a .gov domain. more

Haley confronted by protestors seeking answers on issues impacting workers at Gilbert rally

Former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley is facing backlash on the campaign trail as she rounds out her bus tour in the Palmetto State ahead of the state’s Republican primary on Feb. 24. more

2 people arrested for separate killings in Leesville in November and December

Two people, accused of shooting and killing two men in Leesville in November and December, were arrested earlier this week. more

Man sentenced to life in prison for 1986 abduction, murder of Lexington County girl

A man has been sentenced in a 1986 cold case in which a 4-year-old was abducted and murdered. more

Lexington County politicians discuss the state of their parties heading into election year

With South Carolina in the heart of the primary season, Lexington County political figures spoke to the Chronicle about the state of their parties going into an election year. more

SC attorney general announces initiative to reduce violent crime case backlog

The state's Attorney General office hopes to combat violent crime case backlog with a new initiative. more

Midlands rivers see uptick in sewer spills, Congaree Riverkeeper says

Midlands rivers saw a marked increase in spills last year. That’s the word from the Congaree Riverkeeper, the nonprofit organization tasked with advocating for the rivers, one of the area’s key natural features. more

2 Columbia men sentenced to 15 years for drug trafficking

Two Columbia men were sentenced recently to 15 years in prison in Lexington County on drug trafficking charges. more

Man arrested for sending bomb threat to Lexington County sheriff

A Lexington man was arrested recently for allegedly sending a bomb threat to the county sheriff. more

West Columbia man arrested on sexual exploitation of a minor charges

A West Columbia man was arrested recently on charges connected to the sexual exploitation of a minor. more
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