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Grammy-winning worship singer looks to flex versatility in Lexington

Music has always been a part of David Phelps’ life.  more

Photos: Gamecock Central holds football kickoff party in Cayce

University of South Carolina sports website Gamecock Central held its kickoff party for the third season of the Shane Beamer era at Steel Hands Brewing in Cayce. more

100 years and more: Two centenarians celebrate their lives in Lexington County

It’s not every day Lexington County gets to celebrate a pair of centenarians, but that’s exactly what happened last month. more

Lexington High, USC alum featured in ‘Barbie’ movie

A Lexington High and University of South Carolina alum was featured in a movie that just crossed the billion-dollar mark at the global box office. more

Lexington artist shares his murals with the Midlands

Michael Geddings, a Lexington-based artist, has painted multiple murals in Lexington County, including two along the Cayce River Arts district. more

Photos: Lexington County Sheriff's Department hosts Touch a Truck event

The parking lot at Lexington High School was full of the sound of sirens and children's excitement as Touch a Truck took over the space Saturday, Aug. 5. more

Cayce boy forms friendship with local sanitation team

It’s been more than a year since Luke Thompson’s excitement over his neighborhood garbage truck caused the like button on Facebook to explode with joy.  more

The story behind Lake Murray’s ‘Goat Boat’

Keep an eye open on Lake Murray and you might spot the Goat Boat. more

Hear what Horton hears with ‘Seussical Jr.’ at Lexington’s Village Square Theatre

The musical is the result of the Junior Arts Summer workshop in which kids and young adults ages 5-21 participate in the theater arts. more

Photos: Flora & Fauna hosts A Midsummer Crafters Market

Flora & Fauna Marketplace, located along Sunset Boulevard in Lexington, A Midsummer Crafters Market Sunday, July 16, promising "all things whimsical, imaginative and musical." Many creative … more

Lexington record store owner reflects on decision to close, seek new local location

Downtown Lexington’s only record store will soon be an online-only business, but the owner hopes to find another location in town in the near future. more

Artists revealed for West Columbia’s first-ever Meeting Street Music Fest

The acts have been revealed for West Columbia’s inaugural Meeting Street Music Fest on Sept. 16. more

Photos: Gilbert celebrates July 4 with 63rd annual Peach Festival

Gilbert was bustling once again on July 4, as it hosted the 63rd annual Lexington County Peach Festival. more

Young local muralist makes bright impact on Cayce and West Columbia

Ija Charles has painted two murals in Lexington County, including one for the City of Cayce and one for the Interactive Art Park behind State Street in West Columbia near New Brookland Tavern and the Hideout at WeCo. more

Photos: Patriotic Lake Murray boat parade rides again

The sound of children’s laughter and the crash of waves on Lake Murray’s beach by the dam rang through the air as Independence Day celebrations got underway. more

Gilbert Peach Festival is back July 4 with thousands of peaches

Bushels of peaches will roll into Gilbert for the 63rd annual Lexington County Peach Festival July 4. The festival that gives Gilbert its tagline is back for the second year post-pandemic, having taken two years off due to COVID-19. more

West Columbia announces new music festival, set to debut in September

West Columbia is unveiling a new music festival this fall. more

Photos: Touring food festival visits Lexington

A touring food festival that recently began making its way across the Carolinas made its first stop in Lexington County last weekend. more

Lexington brewery to host festival, put its hazy beer up against some of the best

This weekend, the only brewery within the Lexington town limits will look to flex strengths both old and new. more

Photos: Reggaetronic music festival floats and parties again on Lake Murray

One of Lake Murray’s two floating festivals returned to the waters along the shore of Spence Island this month. more

Photos: Lexington NAACP celebrates Juneteenth with speakers, performers

The Lexington Branch of the NAACP celebrated Juneteenth two days early June 17 with performers, speakers and displays. more

Juneteenth events in Irmo, Lexington look to grow — and grow awareness

Juneteenth continues to be a more and more prominent holiday in the U.S., and it’s a trend that very much applies to the Midlands and Lexington County. more

Reggaetronic Lake Murray Music Festival returns this weekend

While one of the two floating music festivals that regularly take place on Lake Murray is canceled for a second straight year, the other is back and looking to expand. more

The Heart of Newberry: Opera house ready to push in new directions after weathering COVID

The city-owned Newberry Opera House, which rightly describes itself as the heart of the municipality’s downtown, wasn’t immune to the impacts of the pandemic. more

2 guys and a brewery: Hidden Lexington dive Angry Fish celebrates 5 years

Owners Kenny Hodge and Joseph Turner describe both a serendipitous string of events and an at-times trying journey as they recount the launch and subsequent first half-decade of Angry Fish, which opened as Lexington’s first commercial brewery in 2018. more
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