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Mission Lexington opens doors to behind-the-scenes tour May 17

As much as we may value charitable organizations in the city of Lexington, and indeed across the state of South Carolina, we might not know much about what they do or how they work. more

Steel Paws makes its annual visit to celebrate Lexington area K9s

Steel Hands Brewing welcomed residents and their four-legged friends for two days of fun. more

Zesto’s of Chapin says goodbye to local community and closes

After 18 years of serving the community with fried chicken, burgers and soft serve ice cream, Zesto’s of Chapin, located at 1250 Chapin Rd., closed its doors May 3, according to Facebook post. more

Lexington Alodia’s closes doors, owes state money

Alodia’s in Lexington closed its doors as of Thursday, April 25, after owing the state’s revenue department more than $13,000 in taxes. more

Lexington BBQ restaurant looks to reopen soon under new management

A Lexington barbecue restaurant is temporarily closed but they are going to reopen in a couple of weeks. Belly’s Southern Pride located at 2508 Augusta Hwy. across from Lexington High School closed their doors temporarily on March 30. more

Lexington’s first-ever Lego store opens on Augusta Highway

A lot of us probably think about giving up our nine-to-five life and pursuing our dreams. more

Lexington County breweries offer live music, fun community events

It seems like breweries are popping up everywhere across the South Carolina landscape, and Lexington County is no exception. more

Cigar lounge with walk-in humidor to open in Irmo

A new lounge for cigar smokers to hang out and unwind opens April 4 in the Quail Valley shopping center at 6801 St. Andrews Rd. more

Lexington’s Icehouse Amphitheater's free Thursday night concerts are family-friendly

Since the Town of Lexington opened the Icehouse Amphitheater on Main St. back in 2016, the music and entertainment venue has brought a series of enjoyable concerts to the area, and this year is no exception. more

Farmers market brought vendors, community together in Batesburg

Beulah Roasting Co. hosted its first Fulmer St. Market on March 21. The outdoor farmers market featured more than 10 vendors on the streets of downtown Batesburg.  more

Young people are taking advantage of libraries, local and national data shows

Whether it's because of a desire for a hardback book, free internet connection or just a quiet place to study, young people are visiting their local libraries. more

Voodoo Brewing Company is coming to Lexington

The new owner of a key spot along Lexington’s Main Street has spoken out as to why he is helping bring a national franchise to the bustling downtown. more

The Catch-up: Bart’s Crazy Good Coffee expanding to Ballentine, suspending operations in Chapin

A Lexington County coffee brand is expanding again, but also cutting back. more

Lexington County state representative at forefront of push to reform liquor liability

Local restaurant owners continue to push against rising insurance rates in South Carolina, described by many as a dire threat to their continued operation. more

West Columbia icon Compton’s Kitchen has seemingly shuttered

It appears that Compton’s Kitchen, a West Columbia institution that has reliably served up country breakfast and “meat n’ fixins” since 1977, has closed. more

Having recently set new post-COVID passenger mark, CAE to update master plan

Hard at work on a plan to take it into the future, the Columbia Metropolitan Airport hit another milestone in its recovery from the COVID-19 slowdown. more

National franchise brewpub to fill out Lexington spot once slated for Navy Yard beer garden

A key spot along Lexington’s Main Street, once slated to be the site of an ultimately scrapped beer garden, is now fully rented out, with the latest future tenant also planning to sling craft beer. more

The Catch-Up: Brookland-Lakeview Empowerment Center added to national civil rights network

A local nonprofit that seeks to increase the quality of life and opportunity afforded to some of the area’s underserved communities has achieved another milestone. West Columbia’s … more

10 years later, Lexington County Chili Cook Off has grown, still about community

It’s a Lexington County tradition a decade in the making this year.  more

Lexington Chamber brings community, businesses together for Lexpo

All the booths will be filled at the Business Lexpo, as the annual business expo has sold out all of its spots for companies to showcase what they do. 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

Brazilian steakhouse rebrands in Harbison, Lexington getting new Outback

Another change is coming to a popular row of restaurants near one of Columbia’s main shopping complexes, while one national chain is giving way to another in Lexington. more

Batesburg-Leesville coffee start-up hopes to boost coffee growers, local community

From the foreign lands of Ethiopia and Guatemala, Beulah Roasting Co. is bringing coffee to the tables and countertops of Americans across the country.  more

‘Love Your Neighbor’ in full effect at Red Bank restaurant

An anonymous person purchased $500 worth of meals at Hwy. 55 Burgers, Shakes and Fries in Red Bank.  more

Lexington County’s James Beard Award nominees talk impact of prestigious recognition

The James Beard Awards have been given out annually by their namesake foundation since 1990. The prestigious honors are often likened to being the Oscars of the dining world. more
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