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Photos: Saluda Shoals Park celebrates renovated splash area

On June 3, Saluda Shoals Park held a celebration to mark the renovation of its Saluda Splash water area. more

Those Lavender Whales to reunite, toast deceased leader’s dedication to community

Those Lavender Whales leader and songwriter Aaron Graves died in 2019 at age 33 after being diagnosed with a brain tumor five years earlier. more

Photos: Fallen veterans honored at Pelion Memorial Day service

The service included the changing and raising of the memorial’s flag and the presentation of a wreath. more

Lake Murray floating music festival canceled for second-straight year

One of Lake Murray’s two floating music festivals is on hold for a second year. more

Photos: Crowds flocked to Batesburg-Leesville for SC Poultry Festival

The S.C. Poultry Festival was back in action this month. more

Photos: West Columbia celebrates Art on State

Art on State, West Columbia’s annual spring block party, took over its namesake corridor the evening of May 5. more

Photos: Kids get their day in downtown Lexington

The annual Kid’s Day of Lexington was back in action April 29, with what looked like thousands in attendance. more

Photos: Kinetic Derby Day rolled through West Columbia

The fourth annual Kinetic Derby Day returned to State and Meeting streets in West Columbia on April 22. more

Cayce electronic music festival returns with big headliner, promises to keep noise down

A Cayce music festival is back for a second year with a big name and intentions to make things go smoother after irritating some of its neighbors in year one. more

Local country singer brings new music to Lexington

Cody Webb’s new single, “Girl Changes Everything,” will be released April 14, the same day he plays Lexington’s Icehouse Amphitheater. more

Photos: Irmo launches new Alive After Five concert series

The Town of Irmo continued its push to hold more events in its Community Park on March 23.  more

Photos: Lexington races against hunger

The event, which raised money for Mission Lexington, included an 8K race and a one-mile Fun Run. more

New concert series part of Irmo’s effort to add more events

The Irmo Community Park is getting more attention these days than the once-a-year Irmo Okra Strut festival. more

Photos: Shamrock Parade rolled through downtown Lexington

More than 50 floats made their way down the street, as children and adults, many dressed in the traditional green, looked on. more

Chapin Theatre Company to premiere first show in new space after completing renovations

A local theater organization finally has a place to call home. more

Lexington’s 2023 Shamrock Parade will honor soldiers and an iconic local voice

The grand marshal for the parade will be “The American Soldier,” represented by service members from nearby U.S. Army Fort Jackson in Columbia. more

Photos: Nursery Road Elementary celebrates Black History Month with jazz

To commemorate Black History Month, Mark Rapp, internationally renowned trumpeter and the founder and executive director of the local nonprofit ColaJazz, brought his combo to Nursery Road Elementary School. more

Photos: Lake Murray Polar Plunge

On Feb. 11, hundreds of people ran into frigid Lake Murray for a good cause. more

Lexington production of ‘Matilda’ offers weird, resonant tale with live musicians

While most junior productions at Village Square Theatre use pre-recorded backing tracks, "Matilda Jr." opted for a live band. more

Lexington County Museum looks to preserve, represent diverse history

With its annual fundraising gala set for next week, the Lexington County Museum looks to maintain momentum and move toward grounds improvements. more

A guide to Valentine’s Day in Lexington County

The Chronicle put together a guide to help residents figure out their Valentine’s strategy, offering ideas for restaurants and gifts along with some more outside-the-box suggestions.  more

SC Philharmonic kicks off second season of Chamber Crawl concert series in Irmo

Classical music gets dressed-down and intimate at the second Chamber Crawl series from the S.C. Philharmonic.  more

Irmo teacher lends artistic touch to Cayce, West Columbia

Kevin Pettit, an art teacher for Irmo High School, has painted two murals in Lexington County, including a mural for Ballard Law in West Columbia and Mrs. Goodfoot, a nail salon in Cayce. more

Annual kayak race brings out-of-state competitors to Saluda River

Kayaking gets adventurous and possibly dangerous with this weekend’s 23rd annual Millrace Massacre and Iceman Championships at the Saluda Riverwalk. more

Lexington neighborhood Christmas light display with nearly 8K lights back for third year

A neighborhood light show that started off as a cheerful pick-me-up during lockdown is back for a third year. more
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