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State purchases land to more than double size of Cayce nature preserve

An expansion of public lands in Cayce, anticipated for a couple years, has come to pass. more

Lexington Police make a pair of arrests after tips received from the public

The Lexington Police Department recently announced two arrests following investigations that included asking the public for help. more

Water tower trumpeting Lexington High gets national honor as one of this year’s best

Lexington water tower chosen as one of 12 finalists for the 2023 Tank of the Year Award. more

2 arrested after Chapin assault that left victim 'bleeding profusely'

Two suspects have been arrested following an aggravated assault in Chapin. more

Lexington shelter for veterans shifts approach following loss of federal funding

A Lexington County shelter has shifted the way it helps local veterans after its partnership with the county’s Department of Veteran Affairs came to an end after 17 years. more

Lexington volunteers helped with Florida clean-up after Hurricane Idalia

After Category 3 Hurricane Idalia swept through Florida at the end of August, it didn’t take long before relief workers and volunteers came to help strangers reset homes and lives that were wrecked by the storm. more

Irmo council at odds over members’ role with group seeking funding

With an election approaching, members of Irmo Town Council are clashing over an alleged conflict of interest in giving money to a local group. more

Lexington County deputies arrest suspect accused of shooting, killing unarmed man

A Little Mountain resident accused of shooting and killing an unarmed man has been arrested. more

Batesburg-Leesville park to memorialize Black Army vet beaten, blinded by police chief

Small Southern towns are unified by having both good and bad history to look back on. Unlike some others, Batesburg-Leesville is looking to highlight a tragedy in pursuit of change. more

The Catch-Up: Columbia coal tar removed, Burlington store in Lexington sets opening date

Efforts to remove toxic coal tar from the Congaree River running through Columbia and West Columbia have reached their end, and a new discount retailer is set to open in Lexington later this month. more
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