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Lexington County author writes first novel, the sci-fi tale of a man who turns into a bear

Lexington County’s Whit Haney finally tackled the bear of writing his own novel – doing so with a sci-fi novel in which the protagonist turns into a bear. more

Photos: Parade of Lights rolls through Cayce, West Columbia

On Dec. 10 the Greater Cayce West Columbia Chamber of Commerce put on its annual Parade of Lights. Guests who attended the parade got to witness the Grinch getting “thrown” into a garbage … more

After a decade, Lexington literacy event continues to promote authors, education

Twenty authors, including a young author and a young illustrator, are coming together to continue a longstanding literacy event. more

Photos: Cayce kicks off Christmas events with 3rd annual drive-through lights display

The annual Christmas in Cayce celebration kicked off Dec. 1 with the third year of the city’s drive-through light display. more

Cayce, Lexington kick off holiday month with town festivities

The lights are twinkling, and the fake snow is falling as two towns in Lexington County prepare for their free annual Christmas festivals. more

Chapin Theatre Company hosts ‘Christmas Pageant’ play for last time at temporary home

The Chapin Theatre Company is ending the year with the classic holiday play with “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” and it will mark the end of an era. more

Theater company started in Lexington moves to Myrtle Beach

A former Lexington theater company is now leaving the Midlands altogether. more

Chapin Art League, Irmo Library Boosters Team Up for 2nd Exhibit

A Chapin art group has teamed up with Friends of the Irmo Branch Library to showcase local talent. more

Homeless Woman Gets Support From Lexington Planet Fitness

Becoming homeless is the last thing Tamara Malloy imagined for herself.  more

Photos: Lexington County Gave Thanks at Veteran's Parade

The 20th Lexington County Veteran's Parade rolled through downtown Lexington Nov. 6.  more

Buddy Walk Back in Person Promoting Down Syndrome Awareness

Dade Brady is a happy, smiley 3-year-old boy. His parents, Heather and Dustin Brady, had no idea the journey that would unfold for them and their son the day he was born. more

Photos: Batesburg-Leesville Students Compete in ‘Chopped’ Cooking Competition

Fifth graders competed Oct. 25 at Batesburg-Leesville Elementary School in Lexington County School District 3’s first-ever Chopped competition. “Group members [had] 45 minutes to … more

Photos: Black Bass World Championship Weigh-In and Concert

A concert from Ridge Spring native and up-and-coming country singer Cody Webb followed the Oct. 21 weigh-in. more

New Brookland Tavern, Lexington County’s Weird Music Dive, Keeps Rocking

Lexington County’s oldest continuously running music club is still here. more

Irmo Fallfest Part of Effort to Better Utilize Amphitheater

When it comes to utilizing the 500-seat amphitheater, the town has fallen somewhat behind its neighbors. more

Photos: Rhythm on the River Concert Series Returns in West Columbia

Rhythm on the River, the spring and fall concert series put on by the Greater Cayce/West Columbia Chamber & Visitors Program, returned Oct. 7. more

Valuable Contributions: Columbia Airport Highlights Art Produced at Homeless Center

Some of Columbia’s homeless population will have art displayed at the Columbia Metropolitan Airport this fall. more

Photos: Irmo Okra Strut 2022

The Irmo Okra Strut returned for its “48th strut” Sept. 23 and 24, kicking off Saturday with the annual parade. more

Lexington County Oktoberfests Bring Variety of Festivities, Causes

Lexington County Oktoberfests Bring Variety of Festivities, Causes more

Photos: Arts and Crafts Fairs at SC Farmers Market Highlight Diverse Creatives

Three times a year, the S.C. State Farmers Market in West Columbia highlights local artistans and crafters. more

Photos: Lexington Live Concert Series Continues With Under the Sun

Local band Under the Sun played the latest edition of Lexington Live Sept. 15. more

Village Square Theater to Kick Off Season With Dark Comic ‘Clue’

The play is a farce, of course, played for laughs not screams, but the comedic factor is aided by some creative set design. more

Free Lexington Live Concert Series Back for Fall Season

The Icehouse Amphitheater, Lexington’s town-owned outdoor venue, has announced the fall lineup for its Lexington Live series. more

West Columbia Gallery to Showcase Another Side of Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss artwork people generally aren’t familiar with will be on view later this month in West Columbia. more

Photos: Meeting Street Artisan Market Expands Hours

The Meeting Street Artisan Market, which has become a fixture of the weekends in West Columbia since it was started by the city in 2019, is expanding its hours headed into the fall. more
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