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Pending drag-restricting legislation could impact West Columbia businesses, performers

Two bills pending in the S.C. House and Senate could restrict minors from attending drag shows, while also providing that any business that allows drag shows could be deemed a sexually oriented … more

The Catch-Up: Chapin overpass closure; local schools, teacher get statewide recognition

The state Department of Transportation has announced an overpass bridge closure near Chapin. more

Lexington Medical looks to address health needs identified in recent survey

Thanks to a survey conducted with help from one of the other big hospital systems serving the Midlands, Lexington Medical Center says it has a better understanding of the area it serves. more

Lexington fixes issue sending partially treated wastewater into creek

11 days after first reporting the issue, the Town of Lexington says it has fixed a problem that was causing partially treated wastewater to flow into a local creek. more

Lexington school district set to receive more than $800K from e-cigarette lawsuit

Lexington County School District 1 has settled an ongoing lawsuit with an e-cigarette company. more

West Columbia woman sentenced to 25 years for possessing meth

A West Columbia woman is set to spend the next 25 years in prison after being convicted on a methamphetamine charge. more

Lexington school district responds to pledge-related assault allegation

After being sued by the family of a student who says she was physically assaulted after not participating in the Pledge of Allegiance, Lexington County School District 1 has filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit. more

Brookland-Cayce High hires permanent principal

A Lexington County high school has a permanent leader once again. more

Chronicle wins 8 SC Press Association awards for 2022 work

The Lexington County Chronicle brought home eight awards in the 2022 S.C. Press Association News Contest, including two first place honors. more

Former Lexington cop accused of illegally acquiring silencers

A former Lexington Police officer is accused of obtaining firearm suppressors for personal use under the guise that they were purchased for the department. more
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