Cayce Police investigate motorcycle crash in which a man died in Lexington County

The Cayce Police Department, along with the SC Highway Patrol, the West Columbia Police Department, and the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department, were on the scene of an accident involving a motorcycle and vehicle, Saturday night. At approximately 8:03 p.m., the vehicle was leaving the parking lot of the Three Fountains […]

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Gamecocks defeat Clemson to end Tigers’ streak

South Carolina beat Clemson, 31-30, Saturday. It was the Gamecocks’ first win over the No. 8, Tigers since 2013. Clemson led 14-0 at one point, but USC battled back and took the lead in the fourth quarter, then held it. It was Clemson’s first home loss in 40 games, dating […]

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Check out the “Lights Before Christmas” at Riverbanks Zoo

Soak in the sights and sounds of the season at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden during Lights Before Christmas presented by BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina. Timed tickets are required for the Zoo’s annual holiday lights spectacular — now underway on select evenings through December 30. Merriment comes alive from 5 […]

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Christmas Planetarium Lighting at the SC State Museum is Dec. 1

The Holiday Planetarium Lighting is Thurs., Dec. 1, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the SC State Museum. In addition to extended operating hours, this evening will include showings of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 4-D and the planetarium experience, Winter Stars Live Sky. Plus, the Cotton Mill Exchange will be open for extra […]

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Shop West Columbia on Small Business Saturday, this Saturday, Nov. 26

Small Business is the backbone of the West Columbia economy. Small Business Saturday is this Saturday, Nov. 26 in advance of the holiday shopping season. And West Columbia is ready for it.Small Business Saturday encourages consumers to shop in the local community and support local businesses. Clothing shops, restaurants and […]

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Cayce Police Department and Cayce United Pentecostal Church deliver Thanksgiving food baskets to families in need

Members of the Cayce Police Department went out into the community Wednesday to deliver food baskets to families in need, with the help of Cayce United Pentecostal Church.The CPD and its community partner helped make Thanksgiving better. (CPD photos)

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West Columbia Police Department and Columbia Church of Christ help families in need on Thanksgiving

The West Columbia Police Department partnered with the Columbia Church of Christ to get Thanksgiving meals to families in need on the weekend before Thanksgiving. Members of the West Columbia Police Department and the West Columbia Outreach Program assisted in packaging and delivering 120 meals. The WCPD’s community business partners […]

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Taylor Watford Foundation Board members prepare Chamber Breakfast

Board members of the Taylor Watford Foundation prepared breakfast for the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber meeting, Tuesday at Stone River. Also, Kyle Cullum, a Taylor Watford Board member addressed the meeting. He said the Taylor Watford Foundation, in its mission against substance abuse, is helping to fund treatment to businesses […]

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USC Board Chairman Thad Westbrook says USC wants to work with local businesses at C-WC Chamber Breakfast

University of South Carolina Board Chairman Thad Westbrook addressed the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber Breakfast meeting, Tuesday, at Stone River in West Columbia. Westbrook is an attorney with the Nelson Mullins law firm and he is an Airport High School graduate.Westbrook discussed construction projects in which USC is involved and […]

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Brookland – Lakeview Empowerment Center “Field of Dreams” is dedicated

It was once known as the Dust Bowl, but now the Brookland-Lakeview Empowerment Center football field has new turf, new lights and an irrigation system. The renovated field at 1218 Batchelor St. in West Columbia was dedicated Tuesday. Rev. Charles Jackson, pastor of Brookland Baptist Church, owner of the BLEC, […]

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