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West Columbia man charged with trafficking meth, cocaine, fentanyl

A West Columbia resident faces drug trafficking charges after a traffic stop. more

Two candidates take a second shot at Irmo Town Council in special election

Two Irmo residents are again trying their luck at securing a seat on Town Council after receiving a second chance when the mayor was unseated in November. On Feb. 27, Irmo will hold a special … more

8 Lexington County restaurants received C grades in January

Eight Lexington County restaurants received a C, the lowest Food Grade given out by the state Department of Health and Environmental Control, during the month of January. more

16-year-old charged for role in 2023 Airport High School bomb threat

A 16-year-old has been charged for his role in a 2023 bomb threat made against Airport High School. more

Biden wins primary in SC, Lexington County amid low turnout

What a difference being the incumbent can make. more

Lexington County considers turning hotel into group housing complex

In an effort to address increasing problems with its homeless population, Lexington County may soon help set up a group housing project at a hotel site on Bush River Road. more

Swansea, Chapin police make arrests for attempted murder, indecent exposure

Police in Chapin and Swansea recently announced arrests — one following a Halloween party shooting, the other for indecent exposure.  more

Changing course due to opposition, Lexington County continues to mull Airbnb restrictions

Lexington County Council is continuing a lengthy review of the county’s short-term rental regulations. more

Lexington among SC counties with highest 2023 human trafficking numbers

The state Attorney General's Office has released its annual 2023 Human Trafficking report, and Lexington County’s numbers are the fifth-highest in South Carolina. more

Lexington mayor no longer listing personal email on town website

At a Lexington Town Council workshop Jan. 16, what emails officials use was a hot topic of discussion between the board members, with Council Member Gavin Smith heavily supporting everyone having and using a town-issued email address.  more

Irmo officer fired for stealing political signs, candidate calls for him to be reinstated

An Irmo police officer was fired for stealing political signs throughout Irmo, but the candidate whose signs were taken is calling for his reinstatement. more

Lexington man sentenced to 40 years for 2020 murder

The murder took place March 27, 2020 at 3630 Fish Hatchery Road in the Gaston area of the county. more

Kentucky student dies after boating collision during Lake Murray fishing event

A Western Kentucky student died Tuesday following an accident that occurred last week during practice rounds for a fishing competition on Lake Murray. more

Lexington County’s EMS turns 50, highlights the services it provides

50 years. That’s how long Lexington County EMS has been serving local residents. more

Lexington School District 1 receives curriculum audit, superintendent hints at leaving

Lexington County’s largest school district looks to improve after a curriculum audit, while the search for the district’s next leader has begun. more

The Catch-Up: Lexington County officers, K9 receive recognition; First Watch opens

Members of the Lexington Police Department and Lexington County Sheriff’s Department recently received recognition. more

Lexington man sentenced to 15 years after shooting into estranged wife’s home

A Lexington man recently pleaded guilty to shooting into his estranged wife’s home. more

Lexington 19 year-old sentenced to 30 years for gas station robbery, home break-in

A Lexington 19 year-old was recently sentenced to 30 years in prison for violent crimes. more

Smokey Davis, 16-year veteran of Lexington County Council, remembered for uplifting others

Smokey Davis was known for passing out gold stars he made with the expression, “You deserve a gold star,” minted on them. He passed them to others he felt deserved recognition. more

First Lady Jill Biden speaks at West Columbia education rally

With South Carolina’s Democratic primary just more than a week away, the nation’s first lady paid a visit to West Columbia to speak at an education rally. more

33 Lexington County crossings, Saluda Riverwalk to close during railroad maintenance

Maintenance work along a CSX Transportation line that goes through Newberry and Lexington Counties on its way into Columbia and Richland County will see a rolling wave of total closures impacting crossings along that stretch. more

Lexington Town Council, flush with new members, looks to lock down priorities

Five. That's the number of priorities Lexington’s Town Council members will select from an extensive list of priorities.  more

Irmo is set to install more security cameras to combat crime

The Town of Irmo continues to push for resident safety and looks to implement more cameras in high-crime areas. more

Lexington’s Meadow Glen Middle School names new principal

One of Meadow Glen Middle’s assistant principals has received a title upgrade. more

The Catch-Up: Shaq to DJ at Cayce electronic music festival

Shaquille O'Neal will be in Cayce come March. To DJ. more
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