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Job opportunities if you're interested

By Jerry Bellune Looking for work? Got a high school diploma and are at least age 21? Lexington County school districts want to talk with you. The … more

Virus reported in 62 county schools

By Jerry Bellune 62 Lexington County schools were reported infected with covid-19 this week. That’s 3 fewer schools this week than last. The most alarming … more

No county covid deaths for 6th straight day

28 more SC covid-19 deaths were reoported Monday. None of them were in Lexington County. The county has recorded no deaths in 6 days. Richland County had 2 elderly deaths … more

Lexington police collecting for Toys for Tots

Lexington police are collecting for the Toys for Tots "Fill the MRAP" Campaign for the holidays across the town. Police Chief Terrence Green said the annual Toys for Tots “Fill the MRAP” … more

No county deaths for 2nd day in a row

For a 2nd consecutive day, no deaths were reported in Lexington or Richland counties. The Department of Health and Environmental Control Sunday announced the latest cases and … more

County delays Dec. 8 rain tax hearing

By Jerry Bellune Lexington County Council has delayed its planned rain tax public hearing Dec. 8. Sources say only 3 council members – Erin Bergeson of Chapin and … more

SC to test for covid in local schools

Local school students and staff may soon be quick tested to slow covid-19's spread. Gov. Henry McMaster has given authority to the Department of Health and Environmental Control to … more

Tips for shopping safely, avoiding fraud

Family gatherings and shopping trips will look different this year. Criminals, however, are looking for ways to grab cash – yours.  “This time of year always brings concerns … more

Lexington County deputy unexpectedly passes away

A member of the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department family passed away unexpectedly this week. Sgt. Cathy Etheredge, 60, died at her home in Gaston Monday. Etheredge joined the Sheriff’s … more

Covid-19 survival rate continues to climb

SC covid-19 case rates remain high but virus deaths continue to fall. The Department of Health and Environmental Control reported 4 covid deaths Wednesday. None were in Lexington … more
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