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Brookland-Cayce defeats Beaufort, Gray wins, and Airport falls in high school football playoffs

Brookland-Cayce defeats Beaufort, Gray wins, and Airport falls in high school football playoffs

Brookland-Cayce defeated Beaufort 31-30, Friday in round one of the S.C. State football playoffs. The Bearcats had to come from behind to get the raod win over their higher-seeded opponent. The last 3:10 of the game was delayed by a storm. Because of the long break, BC did not got get home until 4:30 a.m., Saturday Brookland-Cayce travels to No. […]

by · November 12, 2018 · 0 comments · NEWS
West Columbia revitalization – with TIF – needs Lex 2 School District’s support

West Columbia revitalization – with TIF – needs Lex 2 School District’s support

A large swath of West Columbia is primed for revitalization, but city officials need the support of the Lexington Two School District to implement the plan. In October, West Columbia City Council approved a Tax Increment Financing plan for a section of the city. Included is Triangle City, US 1, Jarvis Klapman Boulevard, Charleston Highway and 12th Street. In all, […]

by · November 9, 2018 · 1 comment · NEWS
West Columbia’s Kinetic Derby Registration is Now Open; Learn More Saturday at EdVenture

West Columbia’s Kinetic Derby Registration is Now Open; Learn More Saturday at EdVenture

Registration is now open for the City of West Columbia’s 2nd Annual Kinetic Derby Day on April 27. There are several new components this year including a Zero Gravity launch for derby racing and a literary character/book themed Kinetic sculpture parade. Kinetic Derby Day will be featured at the EdVenture Anniversary Party this Saturday, November 10, from 10 AM until […]

by · November 9, 2018 · 0 comments · NEWS
Cayce-West Columbia Chamber hosting Holiday Bazaar, next Saturday

Cayce-West Columbia Chamber hosting Holiday Bazaar, next Saturday

The Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber is hosting a Holiday Bazaar It’s Saturday, November 17, from 9 AM –until- 1 PM at Glenforest School – 1041 Harbor Dr, West Columbia. Come out and support the event See the big guy and get your requests in early! We are accepting a few more vendors. Photos will be done by Pretty Pictures Photography

by · November 9, 2018 · 0 comments · NEWS
Mike Green settling in on West Columbia City Council

Mike Green settling in on West Columbia City Council

West Columbia City Councilman Mike Green was elected to his first full term on West Columbia City Council in November of 2017. Before that, he served out the remainder of former Councilman Dale Harley’s term. Harley died in March 2017. The seat is in District One. “I have enjoyed it,” said Green. “There have been ups and downs.” Green also […]

by · November 8, 2018 · 0 comments · NEWS
Plans for “The LAKE” on WZMJ 93.1 revealed by Midlands Media Group reveals

Plans for “The LAKE” on WZMJ 93.1 revealed by Midlands Media Group reveals

After closing on the purchase of WZMJ 93.1 FM, last week, its owners at Midlands Media Group, LLC  insinuated that a new music mix was coming. MMG announced that it will “remake” the LAKE. The Lexington County-based station previously programmed an eclectic mix of 60s and 70s songs. Keith Stover, managing partner of Midlands Media, said: “We have some amazing […]

by · November 8, 2018 · 0 comments · NEWS
Rucker, Summers elected to Lexington 2 School Board, Alford-Wooten re-elected

Rucker, Summers elected to Lexington 2 School Board, Alford-Wooten re-elected

Newcomers Christina Rucker and Bud Summers were elected to the Lexington 2 School Board Tuesday. Linda Alford-Wooten was re-elected. Rucker received 7023 votes for 20 percent. Summers got 6030 votes for 17 percent. Alford-Wooten received 6464 or 19% percent. There were seven candidates on the ballot, running for three seats. Brad Giles got 5247 votes of 15 percent. Wayne McKim […]

by · November 7, 2018 · 0 comments · NEWS
MacDougall re-elected as Lexington Mayor, Livingston, Maness, and Lyle re-elected to Lexington Town Council

MacDougall re-elected as Lexington Mayor, Livingston, Maness, and Lyle re-elected to Lexington Town Council

Incumbent Town of Lexington Mayor Steve MacDougall defeated challenger Ron Williams, It’s MacDougall’s second term as mayor. MacDougall got 3878 votes or 55 percent, to Williams’ 3137 votes, or 45 percent. There were four candidates running for three seats on Lexington Town Council.  Hazel Livingston, Kathy Maness and Todd Lyle were re- elected to Lexington Town Council Livingston got 4678 […]

by · November 7, 2018 · 0 comments · NEWS
Riverwalk

West Columbia Moffatt Street Riverwalk entrance to temporarily close beginning Wednesday

City of West Columbia officials announced Tuesday that the Moffatt Street entrance of the West Columbia Riverwalk will be closing.  The temporary closure is due to a South Carolina Department of Transportation bridge inspection beginning Wednesday. The public will be notified when the Moffatt Street entrance opens again.

by · November 7, 2018 · 0 comments · NEWS
Record number of absentee ballots returned in South Carolina

Record number of absentee ballots returned in South Carolina

A record number of more than 260,000 absentee ballots have been issued statewide, according to the S.C. Election Commission. And of those issued, a record number of more than 230,000 absentee ballots have been returned. According to data collected during the 2014 midterm, about 157,000 absentee ballots were cast. That was the previous record.   Tuesday is the day of […]

by · November 6, 2018 · 0 comments · NEWS
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