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Richland sheriff plans to appeal INSIDE: Attorney says verdict proves merit of lawsuit, Page A6 West Columbia attorney Kay Paschal was awarded $1.6 million after a claim she was harassed by a deputy with the Richland County Sheriff's Department.
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Hankering for a cold one? Lexington County Council is poised to approve a November ballot question that would allow Sunday store sales of beer and wine countywide.
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Here's a proposal for Gov. Nikki Haley and our Lexington County lawmakers: It's time for real leaders to step up and end a growing trend in secrecy.
It is no surprise that South Carolina legislators are angry about problems at the Department of Social Services.
On Monday, Shanahan announced that the Blowfish will be moving away from Capital City Stadium to a new complex in Lexington County.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage today, clearing the way for a similar ruling on the ban in South Carolina.
Murphy is ready to seek election again as a Richland County member on the board despite contentions she lives in Lexington County.
Lexington, SC Two people have been arrested in connection with a convenience store robbery on Charleston Highway Friday afternoon Two Men Arrested in Convenience Store Robbery Lexington, SC Two people have been arrested in connection with a convenience store robbery on Charleston Highway Friday afternoon Check out this story on WLTX.com: ... (more)
On Tuesday, Lexington County Council decided to include several municipalities in a countywide referendum to allow the purchase of packaged beer and wine on Sundays.
Debbie Gutierrez has constantly wondered over 28 years how her daughter might look today.
Lexington County politics has long been a boys club. But, that's changing. 'I truly believe that, sometimes, the right man for the job is a woman,' said Margaret Fisher.
Family Cases Postponed Because No Guardian Appointed Lexington, SC - Without what's called a Guardian Ad Litem, cases in the family court system plainly get stuck.
It appears more likely voters will get a chance to decide if Lexington County residents may buy beer and wine on Sundays throughout the county.
More people are looking for work in Lexington County, and the unemployment rate shot up sharply from May to June.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 07:28 pm
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