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Lexington County school district to use metal detectors at sporting events

A Lexington County school district will now use metal detectors at all arena and stadium events. Beginning Nov. 28, Lexington District 2 announced it would “implement regular use of metal … more

Cayce Police respond to shots fired, overturned vehicle

Cayce Police responded to a call of shots fired at a gas station and an overturned vehicle Dec. 3. more

Lexington County extends $1.5M contract for employee medical clinic

The service has been provided for almost a decade. more

The Catch-Up: Lexington police chief named to international commission

Lexington Police Chief Terrence Green has been appointed to the Board of Commissioners for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. more

Lexington-Richland school district adds door alarms, part of ongoing safety efforts

Lexington-Richland School District 5 will soon be adding another item to what is becoming a long list of safety precautions. more

Education nonprofit denies advocating CRT teaching in Lexington County school district

The national nonprofit whose consultant is at the center of a lawsuit against a Lexington County school district has pushed back against the accusations made against it. more

Swansea replaces Confederate Memorial Day with Juneteenth holiday

Continuing to work through budget issues, Swansea Town Council held its regular Nov. 28 meeting. more

Photos: Lexington Police, Serve & Connect feed community at Bountiful Harvest

The pre-Thanksgiving event provided 250 holiday-themed Greg’s Groceries food boxes filled with non-perishable food to feed families in need for a week. more

The Catch-Up: USC board chair discusses controversies, nursing center in West Columbia

Thad Westbrook, a Lexington attorney and graduate of Airport High School, was named chair of the Board of Trustees in August after serving two years as vice chair. more

Hard-line conservative group sues Lexington school district, alleging teaching of CRT

The suit seeks declaratory judgements that practices, ideas and concepts derived from the controversial line of study are being taught in some classrooms. more
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