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Community celebrates courageous teachers

Lexington County is honoring teachers nd others invoved in education. The business community is using outdoor signs to show appreciation for teachers.   More than 50 county private and … more

Covid home swab tests to be available soon

By Jerry Bellune A covid-19 home test is not yet available here but is expected soon. The Federal Drug Administration has approved the self-administered home Lucira … more

Will Congress decide the Presidential election?

By Jerry Bellune A local business school dean sees a House vote deciding the Presidential election. That would be a positive development for Republican Donald Trump's … more

No Lexington County covid deaths reported

44 SC covid-19 deaths were reported Saturday. None were in Lexington County. Columbia and Richland County had 3 elderly deaths. Lexington County had 46 new covid cases. Richland … more

Technology fouls up Dominion hearings

By Rick Brundrett Special to the Chronicle Ratepayers have told SC regulators they oppose Dominion Energy’s proposed rate increase. The request is billed as 7.7% but is actually … more

Man dies in West Columbia collision Friday

A West Columbia man died in a collision on US 1 Friday afternoon. Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher  said the man died in a motor vehicle collision in the 2900 block of Augusta Road at … more

River Bluff football player's family settles for $640,000 in death

The family of a River Bluff High football player who died after a practice in extreme heat in the summer of 2016 has settled their lawsuit against Lexington 1 and the SC High School League. The … more

Health officials to delay daily reports

Daily covid-19 data will be delayed 24 hours beginning Nov. 27. The Department of Health and Environmental Control said this is a step to improving the quality of information it … more

County's rain tax heads for defeat

By Jerry Bellune Lexington County's proposed storm water fee appears headed for defeat. Sources say only 3 council members – Erin Bergeson of Chapin and Debbie … more

Lexington police to deliver free turkeys, hams Monday

Serve & Connect, a local nonprofit fostering positive change through sustainable police-community partnerships, is coordinating with law enforcement agencies in 5 counties across the Midlands to … more
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