Cayce DPS officers cleared in Nov. shooting incident

Two Cayce Public Safety officers will not be charged in an officer-involved shooting. A suspect was killed, and an officer was shot in a shooting that occurred on Nov. 17.   The State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) conducted an independent investigation  there was a “lack of any sufficient evidence that would support […]

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Greggory Leon arrested for Sunday night murder, in Lexington

Overnight, detectives with the Lexington Police Department Criminal Investigations Division arrested Gregorio M. Leon for the shooting death of a Hispanic male victim during an incident that occurred on Sunday night at the Park and Ride parking lot off Riverchase Way. At approximately 8:37 p.m. on Sunday, officers of the […]

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Photos from the Dickerson Center’s Annual Mardi Gras Gala

The Dickerson Children’s Advocacy Center held its 17th Annual Mardi Gras Gala Benefit on Saturday. Music was provided by The Coastal Breeze Band. The turnout was great. There was a auction, too.            

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Firing on Columbia re-enacted, commemorates Civil War event

It was 151 years ago this month that troops from the Union Army stood on the banks of the Congaree River- in what is present-day West Columbia – and fired cannon balls into Columbia. The bombardment was followed by Sherman’s burning of South Carolina’s capitol city. Re-encators, dressed in Confederate […]

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West Columbia named Top Ten place to retire

West Columbia has been named as one of the Top Ten places to retire in South Carolina.The city was ranked No. 9. “So many people grow up in this area and don’t leave. They know it’s a great place to live,” said Gregg Pinner, president and CEO of the Greater […]

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UPDATED – Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission leaving Cayce

UPDATED: Company moving out of Cayce Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission is leaving Cayce. The company currently operates a facility on 12th Street Extension in Cayce. Dominion Carolina Gas Transmission (DCGT) will transfer more than 100 employees from the temporary office in Cayce to Columbia, said Kristen M. Beckham, Dominion’s external […]

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Civil War Firing on Columbia re-enactment is Saturday, at Riverwalk

Civil War Cannon Fire this Saturday (Feb. 13) at the West Columbia Riverwalk Amphitheater From the City of West Columbia: Residents and visitors near the Gervais Street Bridge in West Columbia may hear a re-enactment involving cannons this Saturday. Cannons will be fired in front of Stone River at the […]

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Springdale Elementary wins District Math “Super Bowl”

Announcement from Frieda Bingham, Ed.D. Mathematics Coordinator, Lexington Two Teams from Springdale Elementary, Pineview Elementary, and Herbert A. Wood Elementary, on Feb. 3, competed in the annual Lexington District Two Fourth Grade Math “Super Bowl.” During the competition, the teams used their Samsung Tablets to collaboratively respond in two rounds of extended-response […]

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Lexington County’s Register of Deeds to retire at end of year

Debra Gunter, who has served 20 years as Lexington County’s Register of Deeds, will retire from the post at the end of the year. “It’s been an honor and a pleasure to serve the citizens of Lexington County,” Gunter said. “I’m thankful for all the support I’ve received not only […]

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Gray Collegiate announces Miss War Eagle, class winners

Jordan Lang of Lexington was crowned Miss War Eagle 2016 on Saturday (Jan. 16.) Jordan is a Senior at Gray Collegiate Academy in West Columbia. She is the daughter of Judy and Dale Lang. Gray Collegiate Academy 2016 Miss War Eagle Pageant was held at River Bluff High School. GCA’s […]

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