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Swansea Council Gets Pay, Debates Confederate Memorial Day

Swansea Town Council had a lengthy debate at its Oct. 24 meeting about whether the town should observe Confederate Memorial Day. more

Lexington County Sheriff’s Department Locates Suspected Gunman After Search

The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department searched for and eventually found a suspected gunman Oct. 27 near Lawson Road, in the vicinity of Leesville and Pelion. more

Batesburg-Leesville Schools Remove Book on Racism, National Censorship Watchdog Pushes Back

A national watchdog against censorship has lodged a complaint against a school in Batesburg-Leesville. more

The Catch-Up: Cayce-West Columbia Chamber Hears From Hootie Drummer, About Penny Tax

Members of the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce received a pair of emphatic messages at the group’s Business Breakfast meeting Oct. 25. The featured speaker was Hootie and the … more

(Central) West Columbia: Factory Redevelopment Could Signal ‘Step Away’ From Riverside Emphasis

A 300,000-square-foot factory is now set to be the site of just this kind of a potentially game-changing redevelopment in the center of town. more

Rabid Cat Found in Batesburg-Leesville Is County’s 7th Rabid Animal This Year

Lexington County has now matched the number of rabid animals identified in the county last year. more

Saluda Greenway Extension to Lake Murray Makes Progress, But Completion Still Years Away

Lexington County Council received an update Oct. 25 on progress for a coming extension to the Saluda River Greenway. more

Lexington County Candidates for Congress Debate Abortion, Marijuana Punishment

The two candidates squaring off to represent Lexington County in the U.S. House of Representatives debated Oct. 24. more

Son, Mom, Uncle Arrested After Teenage Dispute in Swansea Leads to Car Chase, Shooting

“The shooting Saturday night was the result of a back-and-forth between two groups of teenagers,” Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon is quoted in a press release. more

Swansea Council Continues to Spar Over Finances

At a special called meeting Oct. 18, the council once again pondered questions about the town’s management of finances when town officials said the council should put off receiving their regular pay because of revenue shortages. more
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