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By Jerry Bellune
73 Lexington County schools were reported infected with covid-19 this week.
That’s 11 more schools this week than last.
In District 2, …
12/8/20 03:44 PM
Santee Cooper has agreed to a $2 million settlement in lying to bond holders.
That's far less than the $137.5 million settlement its partner SCANA - now Dominion Energy - must pay in their …
12/8/20 02:47 PM
South Carolina can expect up to 300,000 Pfizer vaccine doses this year.
Laura Renwick of the Department of Health and Environmental Control said those amounts are …
12/8/20 02:07 PM
A celebration of Staci Blakely’s life will be Wednesday at First Calvary Baptist Church of Leesville.
According to her obituary with the Barr-Price Funeral Home, arrangements have …
12/8/20 09:32 AM
Special to the Chronicle
US Army veteran John Bouknight served in Europe after World War II.
After he passed away earlier this year, his grandsoh Daniel Bouknight of Chapin went …
12/8/20 08:20 AM
This little Christmas season story should warm your heart.
A Ginch hit Fusco’s Market at 2900 Dreher Shoals Road in Irmo.
What he (or she) stole were books.
12/8/20 07:42 AM
Covid deaths remain relatively low in SC but case rates are high.
Part of that can be credited to increased testing and more experienced patient care..
The Department of Health and …
12/7/20 03:04 PM
The Cayce Department of Public Safety (CDPS) reports an overturned tractor trailer is blocking traffic at the entrance to Interstate 77 on the Charleston Highway Monday morning.
The lanes heading …
12/7/20 11:53 AM
N ext year's tax season will begin next month.
Preparing now can save you time, headaches, and even money next year.
The SC Department of Revenue offers these tips to help you get ready:
12/7/20 10:54 AM
Irmo Fire District units along with @westcolumbiafiresc , @lexcofire and @columbiafire responded to a fire in an abandoned commercial structure early Monday morning. The fire is under control …
12/7/20 09:05 AM