Johnny Matheny was given quite a send-off at his surprise retirement party at Medicine Mart in Lexington. Numerous friends and customers came by to give their best wishes during the
South Carolina Senators voted 28-10 in favor of a proposted anti-abortion law last week. Under the law, abortions would be banned except in cases of rape, incest, or a threat
SC lawmakers have approved a medical marijuana bill. Under federal law, marijuana is considered a Schedule 1 narcotic. That means marijuana has no accepted medical use and a high potential
The Midlands Rivers Coalition, formerly known as the Lower Saluda River Coalition, this week began its second year of water quality monitoring of the major rivers in the Columbia area.
Lexington police officers raised $12,190.54 during a two-day event for Special Olympics. They were helped by Volunteers In Police Services at Chick-fil-A at 5560 Sunset Blvd., and Chick-fil-A Saluda Pointe