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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

Chapin dentistry hopes educating kids will make for good patients

A new Chapin dentistry is hoping its highly modern space and education efforts in local schools will put kids and their parents at ease — and help it build a client base. more

Two Lexington County restaurants receive James Beard nominations

Lexington County restaurants received nominations for the awards that are considered the Oscars of the dining world. more

Groucho’s, yoga studio in Batesburg-Leesville hope to create space for community

An outpost of the popular Columbia chain Groucho’s Deli and Freedom Yoga & Wellness opened in early January. more

The Catch-Up: New Lexington Medical Center location opens

Lexington Medical Center has opened its newest care facility. more

IceCream Taco moves to West Columbia, seeking location with ‘more life going on’

Seeking a more lively location, a local ice cream shop has moved from one spot in Lexington County to another. more

Red Bank to get Lexington County’s fourth Lowes Foods location

Red Bank residents who prefer to do their grocery shopping with a beer in hand are in luck. more

Henry’s of Cayce, set to close, hit with lawsuit related to DUI deaths

The Cayce bar and restaurant is set to close later this month, citing the state’s escalating liquor liability costs. more

New Lizard’s Thicket location opens in Red Bank

A new location of the Midlands’ quintessential Southern food chain has opened in Lexington County. more

Piecewise Coffee expands in Cayce, announces 2nd location in Columbia

More moves on the Lexington County coffee shop scene. more

Chapin seeks public input on potential development projects

The town of Chapin is seeking ideas for how to use a piece of land being surveyed.  more

The Catch-Up: Yamato closes, 24 Hour Pickleball sets opening date, it's Restaurant Week

For the second time in the span of a month, a Midlands restaurant that has been serving the area for nearly 50 years has closed. more

Restaurant owners strategize around rising insurance rates, seek help from SC lawmakers

The second session of the 125th South General Assembly began this week, and activists are calling attention to proposed legislation that could modernize liability laws in the Palmetto State.  more

Potential downtown Lexington hotel hits snag, as Board of Appearance says no

Despite a day of nasty weather, the town went ahead with the anticipated meeting, where the highest-profile item concerned the proposed Courtyard by Marriott looking to inhabit a vacant lot next to Bodhi Thai. more

PickleGarden owner, Congaree Riverkeeper respond to pushback on Saluda River development

The recent announcement of a new business headed for the shores of the Saluda River was met with a swell of pushback. more

Artist with 13 years experience opens Deviant Tattoo studio in West Columbia

Junior Mondragon opened up his Deviant Tattoo studio Jan. 3. more

Five Lexington County restaurants received C grades in December

Five 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 December. more

Cayce bar and restaurant closing, cites SC’s escalating liquor liability costs

With eyes turning toward the state Legislature to see how they might help with skyrocketing insurance rates, a Cayce restaurant and bar has announced it will close as a result of the escalating expenses. more

Lexington to consider proposal for downtown hotel

The Town of Lexington will give consideration to a proposed downtown hotel this week. Developers looking to bring a Courtyard by Marriott to a vacant lot at 116 E Main St. next to Bodhi Thai are … more

Pickleball explosion continues: biergarten/sports attraction to open along Saluda River

Within the year, you should be able to enjoy happy hour and a popular sport in one spot along one of the area’s rivers. more

Old Lexington Dispatch-News building to become boutique

The former home of Lexington’s oldest newspaper at 136 E. Main St. will cater to a new clientele as The Kindred Boutique. more

Planet Fitness to open along busy West Columbia corridor

Lexington County is getting another Planet Fitness. more

The Catch-Up: Columbia airport will continue showcasing local artists through 2025

The Columbia Metropolitan Airport will continue boosting another cohort of artists in 2024 and 2025. more

Gaston manufacturing operation changes hands

A high-profile Gaston manufacturing operation is changing hands. more

The Catch-Up: Black Rooster goes Italian, prominent attorneys take on Lexington murder trial

A prominent West Columbia restaurant is changing its focus. more
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