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Columbia apartment fire that took Irmo firefighter’s life ruled an accident

A kitchen stove started the fire that ultimately killed Irmo firefighter James Michael Muller, with the cause of the blaze having been ruled an accident. more

Work continues on Irmo’s Rawls Creek Park, fate of skatepark portion remains up in the air

Irmo residents are still looking for funding for a skatepark. more

State senator censured by Lexington County GOP over abortion stance

State Sen. Katrina Shealy was censured by the Lexington County Republican Party during its monthly executive committee meeting June 5. more

Cayce Police seek teenage runaway last seen May 30

Cayce Police are seeking help looking for a lost teenager they are now calling a runaway. more

Human remains found in Harbison creek

The Lexington County Corner’s Office is asking for help identifying skeletal remains found in a creek near Harbison Boulevard. more

4 Lexington County restaurants received C grades in May

Four Lexington County restaurants received Cs, the lowest Food Grade given out by the state Department of Health and Environmental Control, during the month of May. more

Republican presidential hopeful DeSantis makes first SC campaign stop in Lexington County

On June 2, a prime contender for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination made his first stop in South Carolina since announcing his candidacy, doing so in Lexington County. more

Saluda Shoals Park greenway nearing completion after reconstruction project

The longest trail in the Saluda Shoals Park is set to reopen by the end of next month. more

Public, council members question impact of proposed Lake Murray resort, how it came about

How Lexington came to be involved in a project to bring a nearly 94 acre mixed-use development and resort to the shores of Lake Murray is among the mounting concerns surrounding the effort. more

A year after setting intent to start one, Gilbert makes ‘baby steps’ to police department

Two Lexington County towns continue to work toward getting their own police department, while the state Law Enforcement Division continues to use one of the town’s former schools as a training site. more
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