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12 hrs ago | WLTX-TV Columbia
Deputies: Man Owed $170K in Child Support Lexington County, SC Check out this story on WLTX.com: http://on.wltx.com/1tPzIil Lexington County, SC - Lexington County deputies have arrested a man they say fled to Colorado to avoid paying $172,000 in child support payments.
15 hrs ago | WLTX-TV Columbia
Per: David Jones/SCHP 6:40am Location: U.S. 178 at Caulks Ferry Rd.//5 miles west of Pelion 2 units involved Unit 1: 1996 International Tractor 1 Killed in Lexington County Car Crash Per: David Jones/SCHP 6:40am Location: U.S. 178 at Caulks Ferry Rd.//5 miles west of Pelion 2 units involved Unit 1: 1996 International Tractor Check out this story on ... (more)
21 hrs ago | Lexington County Chronicle
Work is slated to get under way in January on a major downtown development. Thanks to a tax agreement reached with Lexington School District 1, town officials will have the funding in place to begin work on a 500-seat amphitheater and plaza, along with a town walking trail, that forms the backbone of an ambitious downtown redevelopment plan along ... (more)
The Save Our Fort initiative, an effort started by the Columbia Chamber to gain community support for Fort Jackson, has exceeded its goal by gathering more than 12,300 petition signatures.
Visit our state's unique martitime museum Over the next weeks, MacLeod, Mark and Jerry Bellune will take you on their adventures to exciting places where history was made in our state.
Authorities from the Lexington County Sheriff's Department have taken two men into custody following a shooting incident.
Chapin Town Council will decide when voters will vote on the mayor's power. S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson said Chapin Town Council is the governing body of the town.
Lexington County Sheriff's Department detectives are investigating a shooting incident that occurred at about 7 p.m. in West Columbia.
Baseball is being envisioned as big business in Lexington County. In September, using mostly local contractors and employees, the county expects to start construction on the $3 million Lexington County Baseball Stadium.
Chapin Mayor Skip Wilson has challenged the date set for a referendum on a proposal to change the town's form of government from mayor-council to council, giving council members more control.
'If you want to test a man's character, give him power.' - President Abraham Lincoln since last December, Chapin Mayor Skip Wilson has been trying to run the northwestern Lexington County community like his private kingdom.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 03:56 pm
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