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Man Killed in Invasion of His Sister's Lexington Home

A man is dead after a home invasion in Lexington on the morning of Aug. 16. The Lexington Police Department says it was called to a home on the 100 block of Widgeon Drive for “an unwanted … more

Lexington County Residents, Businesses Represent Over 5% of SC’s Top Delinquent Taxpayers

The state Department of Revenue’s July 21, 2022 report listing South Carolina’s top delinquent taxpayers shows Lexington County individuals account for 5.49% of the total due from the state’s top 250 delinquent taxpayers. more

Lexington County Gets 1st COVID Level Update in 2 Weeks, Still Recommended to Mask

Lexington is once more rated as high when it comes to the spread of coronavirus. more

Body of Missing Lake Murray Boater Recovered

The Lexington County Coroner’s Office announced the body of a missing boater on Lake Murray has been recovered. more

Chapin Baseball Coach Accused of Mistreating Students Gets Support of Many Former Players

At an Aug. 8 meeting of the Lexington-Richland School District 5 board,  three parents whose kids have played for McLeod and a former player stated the coach had inflicted “bullying and mental abuse” on players during the 2022 season. more

The Catch-Up: Lexington High Student Selected for National Legion Conference

A local student was one of 100 young women selected to attend the 75th American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation. more

Chronicle Moves Into New Office

The Lexington County Chronicle has a new home. more

Lexington-Richland District 5 Defers Bond Referendum, Supplements SROs With Private Security

Lexington-Richland School District 5’s Board of Trustees deferred a vote this week on a potential bond referendum to fund several improvements. more

Chapin Baseball Coach Accused of Mistreating Players

Allegations of mistreatment of players, both physical and mental, have been levied against Chapin High School baseball coach Scott McLeod. more

New USC President Speaks to Lexington Chamber

Michael Amiridis knows the University of South Carolina has a big impact on Lexington County. more
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