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Lexington Again Recommended to Mask, 1 of 32 SC Counties with High COVID Level

After a week during which the recommendation was paused, people are again encouraged to mask against COVID-19 in public indoor spaces in Lexington County.  more

Owner of Chapin Kayak Shop Sentenced to 25 Years for Sexual Exploitation of Minor

The owner of Paddle South Outfitters in Chapin was sentenced to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of first degree sexual exploitation of a minor. Travis Hammack, 35, was … more

Lexington Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting 15-Year-Old Girl

Lexington Police are seeking information about other potential victims after arresting a man for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl. The department announced July 13 the arrest of Lexington … more

Columbia Airport, SC Air National Guard Tout Benefits of F-16 Relocation

The S.C. Air National Guard and the Columbia Metropolitan Airport say they’re getting more than a solution to a temporary logistical challenge by moving the guard’s 169th Fighter Wing to the airport. more

The Catch-Up: Lexington County Gas Line Break Causes Major Traffic Delays

The state departments of Education and Natural Resources are headed to new headquarters in Lexington County, though there are questions about the circumstances surrounding the moves. more

Lexington County Gang Member Sentenced to 48 Years for Murder of 11-Year-Old

Last week, a validated gang member from Lexington County was sentenced to 48 years for the murder of an 11-year-old girl. more

4 Lexington County Businesses Received C Food Grades in June; Live Rat, Fuzzy Growth Noted in Reports

A live rat in a storage area, white fuzzy growth on squash in a kitchen and open food containers stored directly on floors were among the citations following inspections of Lexington County food service establishments in June. more

County Penny Tax Endorsed by Lexington, Batesburg-Leesville Chambers

Lexington County Council unanimously passed second reading July 12 on an ordinance that would send a penny tax for road improvements to the Nov. 8 ballot. more

Man Leads Cayce Police on High-Speed Chase, Dies in Crash

A man Cayce Police say fled a traffic stop and led them on a 15-mile, high-speed chase died after an ensuing collision. more

Victim Identified in Lexington Apartment Complex Shooting

The Lexington Police Department continues to investigate the incident. more
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