Cayce offers smoke detector batteries, reminder of time change

Change Your Clock on Nov. 1 and Change Your Smoke Detector Battery t his week.  The City of Cayce Fire Department and Energizer are teaming up to promote fire safety awareness and to encourage the public to change the batteries in their smoke detectors when they change their clocks for daylight saving […]

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Cayce-West Columbia Jaycees present Haunted House experience

The Cayce-West Columbia Jaycees are offering the Hall of Horrors for Halloween. It is a haunted house experince. Hall of Horrors is the longest-running non-profit haunted attraction in South Carolina, and the longest running Jaycee haunt in the USA. Steve Cohen, of the C-WC Jaycees said attendance has been good […]

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Lexington 2 reception, School Board meeting, Tuesday

The Board of Trustees of Lexington School District Two will conduct its Regular Monthly Meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, (Oct. 27) in the Board Room of the District Education Center, 715 Ninth Street, West Columbia.  The proposed Agenda (posted below)  is  also posted on the District’s website, www.lex2.org / […]

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Springdale working on Master Plan for corridor

The Town of Springdale is partnering with The LandPlan Group South to develop a Master Plan and investigate potential improvements to the Platt Springs Road Corridor. The Town of Springdale will conduct a Platt Springs Road Corridor Study Design Workshop at Springdale Town Hall. The public potion of the session […]

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 Mt. Tabor Lutheran has its Halloween in the Park

Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church in West Columbia held its Halloween in the Park event, Sunday. There was food, candy, games and bouncy  houses for the kids. There was even a mechanical bull. Lots of kids, too.

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Rise Above The Waters delivers day of music after flood

The music was like sunshine, after rain. Several bands played the Rise Above The Waters- Rhythm on the River concert to benefit victims of the October flood.  The event was sponsored by the Central Carolina Community Foundation. It was held on the Brickworks property on Knox-Abbott Drive in Cayce. “We […]

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Cayce United Methodist hosts Trunk-or-Treat

It’s less than a week before Halloween, but the people of Cayce United Methodist Church, on 12th Street, welcomed Trick-or-Treaters Sunday evening.                    

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It’s pumpkin season at Mt. Hebron

Mt. Hebron United Methodist Church, at 3050 Leaphart Road in West Columbia, is holding its annual pumpkin sale. There were still plenty of pumpkins left, Sunday. Proceeds go to the church’s ministries. 

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Parts of Cayce Riverwalk reopened Saturday

Phase One and Phase Four of Cayce’s River walk reopened Saturday (Oct. 24.) Phase One is from from the North Avenue entrance to the Blossom Street Bridge. Phase Four is from the Thomas Newman Boat Landing to the Timmerman Trail. The reopenings were announced in a City of Cayce press release, […]

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Airport loses to Midland Valley

After beginning the season at 8-0, Airport lost its first game of the season, Friday. Midland Valley defeated the Eagles by a score of 33-28. At one point, Airport was down 33-14, and made a comeback. But it fell short when Airport QB Josh Tucker was sacked on a 4th […]

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