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Home Team: Lexington County Blowfish are about community, not just baseball

Call it a match made in summer baseball heaven.
The Brookland-Cayce competitive cheer team is currently unable to field a team for this upcoming season due to many athletes graduating and transferring.
K.C. Brown earned his first ever head coaching job after being promoted from within the Lexington County Blowfish organization.
A game three wasn't necessary after River Bluff's 9-7 win over Blythewood won them the 5A state championship Wednesday night.
Two other Lexington County teams saw their seasons end with road losses in their Lower State championship games on May 19.
On May 20, many people participated in the second annual Taylor Watford Foundation Run/Walk for Hope at Brookland-Cayce High School.
Times are set for the annual boat parade and fireworks show.
The Carolina Crossroads project to untangle “Malfunction Junction” hit a new milestone recently.
Police pay and crime rates are often topics of conversation, and they have been so often so far this year in Lexington County.
A West Columbia woman was convicted of kidnapping, shooting and killing a 15-year-old after her two co-defendants pleaded guilty.
The state Attorney General’s Office announced the arrest.
A pair of steakhouses are set to replace two popular Lexington-area restaurants. Happy Fork, the dining group and developer that has opened the Chophouse of Chapin and Bakon Southern Eatery in …
A market in the Irmo area that had been serving the community since 2016 has announced its closure.
The restaurant is slated to open by the first or second week of June.
The largest boat on Lake Murray is set to return to service this summer.
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A new development and a prominent tourist attraction hope to receive funding from the state.
As the state becomes more and more of a battleground for the Republican presidential nomination ahead of the February 2024 primary, the S.C. Republican Party held its annual convention in Lexington County.
On March 6, Lexington and Richland county law enforcement and others who work to battle issues of addiction and substance abuse gathered to remember 219 people they ultimately weren’t able to save.
The development, dubbed Sandpiper Square and set to bring 31 housing units, has been met with mixed reactions.
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