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Lexington Police continue to investigate July apartment homicide, seek stolen jewelry

Lexington Police continue to investigate a July 2022 apartment shooting. more

Lexington County COVID rate continues to rise, masking still recommended

With its COVID-19 case rate continuing to rise, Lexington County is recommended to mask against the virus for a third-straight week. more

The Catch-Up: Diver’s body recovered from Lake Murray, suspect sought in fatal hit and run

The Lexington County Coroner’s Office revealed the identity of a diver who died while diving in Lake Murray Dec. 28. more

Lexington County officials offer tips to avoid frozen pipes

Lexington County faced some extreme cold this holiday season, which resulted in burst pipes and a lack of hot water. more

With holiday adoptions up, Lexington Animal Services look to keep helping pets

Lexington County, like most places, has its fair share of stray cats and dogs. It also has several groups trying to find them homes. more

Looking back at Lexington County's 2022

A lot happened in Lexington County in 2022, much more than we could summarize in a single issue of the Chronicle. more

Joe Taylor, ‘driving force’ in West Columbia redevelopment, has died

The passing of Joe Taylor, 64, was revealed Dec. 29. No cause of death has been announced. more

Lexington County recommended to mask against COVID for second-straight week

With COVID-19 levels continuing to rise around South Carolina, Lexington County is recommended to mask against the virus for a second-straight week. more

The Catch-Up: Gilbert water tower overflows and freezes during extreme cold

The most striking image of the extreme cold that hit Lexington County the week of Christmas came out of Gilbert. more

Lexington County Then and Now: A photographic look at how the area has changed

With the help of J.R. Fennell, director of the Lexington County Museum, we compiled a variety of historic images of different spots in the county  (with the earliest dating back to 1886)  and then re-took them to show how those locations look now in the present day. more
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