No in-person school Friday, Lexington Two schools will move to eLearning day

With forecasts of inclement weather associated with Hurricane Ian,  Lexington Two schools will move to an eLearning day on Friday, September 30. All after-school activities, programs and athletic events that were scheduled for Friday are canceled or have been rescheduled. The district will continue to monitor weather conditions for Thursday […]

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Hurricane Ian could bring lots of rain and high winds to Lexington County

Hurricane Ian is expected to have an impact on Lexington County. Forecasters with the National Weather Service are predicting gusty winds Thursday and Friday, heavy rain possible for Friday through Saturday from the storm. Wind gusts could be higher than 30 mph and the area could receive up to 6 […]

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Cayce Fall Fest, scheduled for this Saturday, has been canceled

The Cayce Fall Fest, scheduled for this Saturday, Oct 1, has been canceled due to the increased likelihood of an impact from Hurricane Ian. City leaders are disappointed, but the safety and wellbeing of Cayce residents, vendors and attendees is most important. Please be on the lookout for updated information […]

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Airport, Brookland-Cayce, USC change football game time because of Hurricane Ian threat

The University of South Carolina has moved its football game against S.C. State to Thursday because of the threat posed by Hurricane Ian. The game will kick off at 7 p.m. at Williams-Brice Stadium. Also, due to forecasts of possible severe weather associated with Hurricane Ian,  the Lexington Two School […]

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Hurricane Ian threat causes Gray Collegiate, and other Lexington County football teams, to move games to Thursday night

The possibility of bad weather, with winds of 40 MPH or more from Hurricane Ian, is resulting in high school football teams in Lexington County adjusting the schedule of this week’s game. Games involving Lexington County teams, and across the state, have been moved to Thursday because of the weather […]

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Mt. Hebron United Methodist Church Bar-B-Que is back Saturday, Oct. 8, after 2-years of no BBQ

The men of Mt. Hebron UMC decided to hold a barbecue in 1971. The first BBQ was a fundraiser to generate money for the church building fund. It was held at the Pineview Ruritan Hut. Only 10 pigs, or about 1300 lbs. of BBQ were cooked. The meat was transported […]

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Columbia man killed, brother wounded in Lexington County highway shooting

A Columbia man was shot to death while he and his brother, who was also shot, were riding on Edmund Highway late Saturday night. Harold Lord Peak III, 22, died of multiple gunshot wounds at the scene, according to Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher. “Based on what the victim’s brother […]

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Taylor Watford Golf Tournament results in thousands raised to fight drug overdose deaths

A record amount was raised at the 4th Annual Taylor Watford Foundation Hope Cup Golf Tournament. The fundraising event was played last Thursday at the Golden Hills Golf and Country Club in Lexington and featured a steak lunch for the participants. “The golf tournament raised $17,000,” said Jade Watford, a […]

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Cayce Fall Fest, with live music, food, and kids area is this Saturday at Granby Gardens Park

The City of Cayce has announced the return of the Cayce Fall Fest. Fall Fest will be held this Saturday, Oct. 1, from noon until 6 p.m. at Granby Gardens Park, 1800 12th Street in Cayce. The culturally diverse event will have festivities including: live music, a DJ and dance […]

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Suspect fleeing Cayce dies after fall at Columbia Convention Center

An officer with the Cayce Police Department noticed a vehicle occupied by two individuals at Guignard Park, at approximately 1:30 AM on Saturday. The park is closed after dark. As the officer approached the vehicle by foot, the suspect fled the scene in his vehicle. The suspect continued driving at a high […]

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