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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

Lexington District 1 School Board Candidates Answer Questions at Chamber/Chronicle Forum

Nine of the 11 candidates running for three seats on the Lexington County School District 1 board attended a forum organized by the Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center and the Chronicle Oct. 20. more

Former West Columbia Youth Pastor Accused of Sexually Abusing Teen Boy

A former West Columbia youth pastor is accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy for more than two years. more

Lexington, Richland County Law Enforcement Solicits Donations for Hurricane Relief

18 law enforcement agencies throughout the counties of Lexington and Richland are accepting donations to help people close to some of their staff members following the impacts of recent hurricanes. more

Lexington 1 School Board Hears About Student Performance

The Lexington County School District 1 Board of Trustees held a regular meeting Oct. 18, where they were updated on student performance. more

Judge Dismisses Newspaper's Open Meetings Suit Against Lexington-Richland School District

A circuit court judge dismissed Oct. 20 a lawsuit brought by an editor of The State newspaper against Lexington-Richland School District 5. more

Lexington-Richland 5 School Board Candidates Discuss Safety, Transgender Issues at Forum

Six candidates for two at-large seats on the Lexington-Richland School District 5 Board of Trustees gathered Oct. 19 at a breakfast forum to answer questions prepared by the Greater Chapin Chamber of Commerce, Irmo Chamber of Commerce and members of the community. more

Black Bass World Championship Comes to Lake Murray, 1st Time in US

Anglers from 25 different countries have brought teams to Lake Murray, hoping to be crowned the winners of the 16th Annual Black Bass World Championship. more

Vote 2022: Penny Tax for Roads Headlines the Decisions That Await Lexington County

The outcome is uncertain on the passage of a penny sales tax to fund some $530 million in road improvements in Lexington County. more

Vote 2022: A Guide to the November Races in Lexington County

It’s almost time for midterm elections in America, but for Lexington County, there’s a lot more on the line than the balance of power in the U.S. Congress. more
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