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Chapin High’s Abbott represents District 5 as Teacher of the Year

For Grace Abbott, teaching English to high school students is a way to connect with students. more

The Catch-up: New assistant principal named at Batesburg-Leesville High School

Mark Dudley has been named the new assistant principal of Batesburg-Leesville High School after being approved by Lexington School District Three Board of Trustees during their monthly meeting. more

Katrina Shealy runs for re-election to S.C. Senate Lexington County seat

South Carolina Sen. Katrina Shealy has lived in Lexington her entire life, it’s home and she said she is extremely proud to represent the county in the S.C. Senate. more

SCDNR to conduct courtesy boat inspections Memorial Day weekend

In an effort to keep people and waterways safe during the Memorial Day weekend, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division will be conducting courtesy boat inspections at … more

Lexington municipalities faring well financially

Municipalities in Lexington County preparing final budgets for the 2024-2025 fiscal year appear to be in good shape. more

S.C.'s top delinquent taxpayers paid $12.3M in 2023

Hundreds of South Carolina's top delinquent taxpayers paid the state more than $12.3 million in 2023 after their debts were listed online, an increase of almost $4 million over the previous year's. more

Lexington County law enforcement honored those who made the ultimate sacrifice with annual ceremony

On Thursday, May 16 at 9:30 a.m., officers from Lexington County’s law enforcement agencies gathered to honor the county’s law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. more

Predictions call for busy hurricane season

This hurricane season may turn out to be "extremely active," according to initial outlooks released in April. more

Lexington County leaders turn down state-funded ambulance for Chapin

Did Lexington County turn down a brand-new ambulance funded by the state? more

The Catch-up: River Bluff High School student named 2024 Presidential Scholar

River Bluff High School student Anna Elizabeth Cully was one of 161 students from across the nation selected as a 2024 United States Presidential Scholar. Students are selected as presidential … more

Irmo Police officers will now be equipped with informational materials and items for younger kids

Irmo Police officers will now be equipped with informational materials and items for younger kids. 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

Friarsgate skate park officially open, part of Irmo park

The Friarsgate skate park in the New Friarsgate neighborhood located at 1113 Friarsgate Blvd. is now open after three and a half years of conceptualization. more

S.C. legislative session ends with approval to open carry and denial of hate crime bill

Thursday, May 9 marked the end of the 2024 regular session of the South Carolina General Assembly. more

Lexington County law enforcement to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice at annual ceremony on May 16

On Thursday, May 16 at 9:30 a.m., officers from Lexington County’s law enforcement agencies will gather to honor the county’s law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. … more

The Catch-up: Lexington School District Two students participate in employer signing day

Ten Lexington Two Innovation Center seniors celebrated their signing day by signing contracts to enter the workforce with different companies after their graduation this year. more

Chapin-born artist makes a splash at ArtFields in Lake City

It’s as if you nestled your way into Crayola’s 64-box of crayons. Everywhere you look, vibrant hues appear to reach out at you, drawing you in to the sights, sounds and stylistic … more

Hartley represents Swansea area as District 4 teacher of the year

Nursing and teaching collide all for good in Kelly Hartley’s world. Hartley is Lexington County School District Four’s Teacher of the Year for the current school year, representing the … more

Lexington 1’s Clamp to transition to Charleston school district

Lexington County School District One’s Luke Clamp is moving into a deputy superintendent position with the Charleston County School District in the upcoming school year. Clamp currently serves … more

Lexington County EMS has new wheels

Lexington County EMS how has four new ambulances. more

Dominion Energy Expands Assistance Program for Small Businesses

Dominion Energy South Carolina has expanded the eligibility and increased the award amount in the EnergyShare for Small Businesses program, which … more

Dominion Energy Announces Opening Dates for Park Sites

Dominion Energy welcomes visitors back to Lake Murray’s public parks for the 2024 season. more

Lexington’s Virginia Hylton Park is ready to play on

Virginia Hylton Park, located at 111 Maiden Ln. in Lexington behind town hall, is now open again and boasting changes destined to pique local kids’ fun side. more

Lexington local Carlisle Kennedy challenges Katrina Shealy for S.C. Senate

Carlisle Kennedy was born and raised in Lexington County, S.C. and he says it’s time for a “conservative change” in the county’s representation in the South Carolina Senate. … more

Cayce’s Muffin welcomed as South Carolina’s first therapy horse

The city of Cayce has officially welcomed its first-ever therapy horse, Muffin. more
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