9 hrs ago
Seasonal workforce creates positive impact on local economy
We are now almost a week in to the official holiday shopping season and not only is it a time for buying gifts but it's also a time when employers are looking for seasonal employees.
19 hrs ago
Lexington County Chronicle
Greenwood completes 2013 S.C. Economic Development Institute
Lexington County's Shaun Greenwood, along with 54 other local leaders and development professionals from across South Carolina, has completed the 2013 South Carolina Economic Development Institute.
23 hrs ago
Lexington County Chronicle
Lexington council, new mayor, hear penny tax possibilities
Newly sworn-in Lexington Mayor Steve MacDougall presided over his first town council meeting Monday.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
No discrepancies in state, local audits for strong-mayor results
The precertification audits for both Richland and Lexington counties have been completed by the S.C. Election Commission for the results of Tuesday's strong-mayor referendum.
DOT unveils first projects to be funded by infrastructure improvements
South Carolina has some of the deadliest highways and roads in the nation, according to Popular Mechanics.
Deputies: Man Had 20 Video Poker Machine in Mobile Home
Lexington County deputies have arrested a man they say had 20 video poker machines stored in a mobile home on his property.
Graham's GOP opponents stump in West Columbia
A defining moment for Nancy Mace, a Charleston PR executive and the first woman to graduate from The Citadel military college, was the day her father, a Citadel administrator and retired Army general, dropped her off at the school.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
City of Cayce wants to beautify Knox Abbott Drive
Entombed at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean in an upended tugboat and dressed only in boxer shorts, Harrison Odjegba Okene begged God for a miracle.
Batesburg-Leesville residents shook up about proposed quarry
A proposed quarry in Lexington County has shaken some neighbors in Batesburg-Leesville.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Fort Mill Times
Ex-SC high school AD sentenced for embezzlement
The State newspaper reports that Bryan Butz was sentenced Monday to serve weekends in jail for one year.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
WFLX-TV West Palm Beach
A peek into the inner-workings of the Hells Angels
A federal indictment released by the US Attorney's office Thursday details the inner-workings of what it takes to join or run a Hells Angels Motorcycle Club chapter.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Investigators Seize Twenty Illegal Video Gambling Devices
Lexington County Sheriff's Department narcotics investigators and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division seized 20 illegal video gambling devices on Wednesday from a mobile home on Greenwood Drive near West Columbia.
Deputies Investigate Thefts of School Ipad's
Lexington County, SC - A Lexington High School student has been arrested in connection with thefts of Apple iPad tablet computers.
Midlands schools help those in need this holiday season
Students in 2010 place the socks, caps and mittens they donated on the Christmas tree at Logan Elementary Every year a Christmas tree is put up and decorated with socks and mittens that will be donated to a local charity.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Lexington deputy honored for heroics
A Lexington County Sheriff deputy's potential life-saving help to an area motorist has earned him the department's employee of the quarter distinction.
Dogs stolen from home while owner at work
Lexington County Sheriff's deputies are looking for seven dogs that were stolen from a Gaston home while the owner was at work.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Holiday helpers are turning up in all corners of the Columbia area, as many service agencies, civic groups, businesses, churches and others are holding seasonal drives.
Landfill change riles Lexington County leaders
Their dismay is at a move to turn a landfill in the town of Lexington that grinds trees and vegetation into mulch into a dumping ground for nonhazardous construction debris.
Lexington County Gives Final OK to $23 Million Recreation Bond
At its Nov. 12 meeting Lexington County Council gave final approval to a $23 million bond issue that will fund a variety of sports and recreation projects.
Water Main Break Caused School Closures
UPDATED 12:00PM The Cayce City Manager Rebecca Vance reports that the water main break happened at a fire hydrant at around 1AM Monday morning.