Lexington Police arrest teacher after being tipped off there was a gun in the car

Lexington Police Chief Terrence Green announced the arrest of a River Bluff High School teacher for a weapons law violation after officers allegedly found a handgun in a car at River Bluff High School on Corley Mill Road. On Friday afternoon, (Dec. 2) School Resource Officers followed up on an […]

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West Columbia’s Meeting Street Artisan Market 2nd Thursday Night Market – This Week!

From Anna Huffman – City of West Columbia – The City of West Columbia’s 2nd Thursday Night Meeting Street Artisan Market is this Thursday, December 8, from 4 pm – 8 pm, 425 Meeting Street, West Columbia. In addition to over 20 vendors, there will be free henna tattoos and balloon art […]

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Airport High School’s JROTC drill team wins State Drill Team Championship for the 15th consecutive year

Airport High School’s JROTC drill team won the All-Army Palmetto State Drill Team Championship over the weekend, the 15th consecutive year the team has taken the title. CSM Harry Ferguson is drill team’s coach and adviser at the Lexington Two high school. In addition to its overall first place finish, […]

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Lexington Police ask for help to find suspects connected to October apartment shooting

Detectives of the Lexington Police Department continue investigating a shooting that happened on October 9, 2022, at the Reserve at Mill Landing apartments on East Main Street in Lexington. At approximately 10 a.m., officers responded to a call of gunfire at the apartment complex.  When they arrived, a man who […]

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$60 million upscale apartment complex to be built off of Sunset Boulevard in West Columbia, according to newspaper report

Thirty-eight acres in West Columbia, bordered by Sunset Boulevard, Henbet Drive and Ephrata Drive, will become the site of a $60 million apartment complex. According to a release from the real estate company NAI Columbia, Langley Pointe will be a mixed-use project that will have “Class-A housing and commercial components.” […]

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Registration for West Columbia’s Kinetic Derby Day is Open – Kinetic Sculpture Parade returns!

West Columbia’s Kinetic Derby Day, featuring iMAGINE STEAM Festival, is Saturday, April 22, 2023, from 10 AM – 3 PM. This year, the return of the Kinetic Sculpture Parade will kick off the day, followed by soapbox racing, obstacle course racing, and the iMAGINE STEAM Festival on State Street throughout […]

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Cayce Police ask for witnesses to Bluff Road shooting incident

From Ashley Hunter – City of Cayce – The Cayce Police Department continues to investigate the Saturday shooting at the Love’s Travel Stop on Bluff Road. The Criminal Investigations Services Division is obtaining and analyzing video, preparing physical evidence including fingerprints, DNA, and firearms evidence for examination by the crime […]

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Christmas Tree and lights adorn West Columbia City Hall

Lights abound at the West Columbia City Hall. The West Columbia Tree Lighting was held Friday night. It featured students singing, “Letters to Santa’ and seasonal artwork from children. West Columbia Mayor Tem Miles wished the large crowd on hand a “Merry Christmas” and Pastor Dow Welsh of Holland Avenue […]

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One injured in shooting on Bluff Road in the City of Cayce

From Ashley Hunter, City of Cayce – At approximately 10:47 p.m. on Saturday, officers with the Cayce Police Department responded to a call regarding shots fired in the parking lot of the Love’s Travel Stop, at 2015 Bluff Road in Cayce. While responding to the call, officers were notified of […]

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Lexington Christmas Parade is 3 p.m., Sunday, several streets to be closed before

There will be road closures and detours during the afternoon of Sunday (Dec. 4) for the Town of Lexington Christmas Parade in downtown Lexington, according to Lexington Police Chief Terrence Green. These road closures and detours will begin at 1 p.m. with the closure of West Butler Street, from Columbia […]

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