The ribbon-cutting at Otaree Pointe Apartments drew a large crowd, Wednesday. “I was very pleasantly surprised at the turnout,” said Kelly Patterson, Otarre Pointe’s director of property management. Some who came, like Stephanie Boatwright and C.R. Hall, principal of Busbee Middle School, just wanted to get a look at the upper-scale […]
The Board of Trustees of Lexington County School District Two will meet in special session beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 6, in the Board Room of the District Education Center, 715 Ninth Street, West Columbia. District 2 voters passed a $225 million bond referendum in Nov. to pay for […]
Apartments construction is taking place all over the Cayce-West Columbia area. On Knox-Abbott Drive in Cayce and a the Otarre Pointe Apartment Complex on 12th Street Extension. The Otarre Pointe Apartment Complex off of 12th Street Extension in Cayce has been under […]
Lexington County Sheriff’s Department has issued a statement on an officer-involved shooting. At approximately 4:45 (Monday) afternoon, two of our officers responded to a call in the 100 block of East Selwood Lane. The deputies arrived to find a man attacking a family member with a knife. Fearing for the life of […]
Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has released the name of the individual who was killed on Monday, at approximately 5 p.m. at a residence on East Selwood Lane in Columbia. The individual shot was as Timothy A. Milliken, age 56.Mr. Milliken was pronounced dead at the scene from gunshot wounds […]
The Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce hosted its 5th Annual Breakfast Business Expo, Tuesday morning. The business event was held at Glenforest School on Harbor Drive in West Columbia. Click on photos to enlarge.
Four people are being treated for rabies after being exposed to a dog that tested positive for rabies. A report from the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) states the dog bit two people and exposed two others before it was euthanized. Test results later showed the dog had rabies. […]
Lexington County Sheriff’s Department accepting applications for ‘Citizens Academy’ The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department is accepting applications for the 39th Citizens Academy, which starts Sept. 1. The Citizens Academy gives participants a behind-the-scenes look at law enforcement operations. “Our Citizens Academy offers transparency and helps citizens have a full and […]