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Irmo targets improving surveillance among needs after selection to technology initiative

A Lexington County town will soon see technological changes thanks to a new program. more

Lexington Police arrest minor accused of overturning stolen vehicle, fleeing into woods

Lexington Police arrested a 17-year-old who overturned a stolen car after a search that lasted two hours and required a K-9 team and a drone. more

Man arrested in Newberry County with construction equipment stolen from West Columbia

A North Charleston man was arrested in Newberry County with a piece of construction equipment reported stolen from West Columbia. more

Upstate man accused of traveling to Lexington for sex with teenage girl

A man from the Upstate is accused of traveling to Lexington to meet with a teenage girl. more

Lexington County COVID case rate up for seventh consecutive week

The COVID-19 case rate in Lexington County went up for a seventh-straight week, and the recommendation for people in the county to mask against the virus remains in effect. more

Lexington County Council elects second-ever female chair

For the second time in its history, Lexington County Council has a woman in charge. more

Irmo reckons with pushback on downtown development, need for new Town Hall

At a workshop session this week, Irmo Town Council reckoned with pushback it has received on a proposed development to bring a downtown to the municipality that lacks a true city center. more

Lexington School District 2 performing arts center has temporary leader

With construction slated for completion early next year, Lexington County School District 2’s forthcoming, state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center has a temporary leader. more

The Catch-Up: Columbia Airport announces next round of featured artists

The Columbia Metropolitan Airport has announced the latest slate of local artists that will take part in its Art in the Airport program. more

Former mayor among trio seeking West Columbia council seat

Following the August resignation of Casey Hallman, who stepped down as she was moving out of town, West Columbia’s District 3 will elect a new representative on City Council Jan. 17. more
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