The Lexington School District 2 Board voted to explore options that could keep Pineview Elementary and Saluda River Academy for the Arts, open. When a $225 million bond referendum was passed by voters in November 2014, the plan was to build a mega elementary school. That school – on Henbet Drive […]
There was a Flag Dedication Event at Thompson Funeral Home on State Street, Tuesday. Here are some photos from it. Photos by Laurie Gargis, Thompson’s administrative manager.
SCDOT Closes Corley Mill Road – Updated at 10:25 p.m., Thursday : SCDOT has closed Corley Mill Road in Lexington County on Thursday, Nov. 18, due to a possible breach in a low hazard dam. Officials from the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) have requested the dam closure until […]
The cost for intersection work at Knox-Abbott Drive and Charleston Highway is $789,000. Cayce City Council discussed the project at Wednesday’s City Council meeting. A Walmart Neighborhood Market is being built at the intersection that is beside Love Mitsubishi. Construction has already started on the site. The City will get […]
The City of West Columbia experienced a water line break affecting water customers in the following areas: 2800 block of Franklin Street All of Shampy Street All of Bensmin Drive 2800 block of Kirkwood Drive All of Dalewood Drive All of Sandlewood Drive All of Morningdale Drive 2700, 2800, and […]
Cayce City Council will meet at 5 p.m. at the Cayce Tennis and Fitness Center, 1120 Fort Congaree Trail, Wednesday for its regular council meeting. Council’s agenda items are listed below. Proclamation A. Approval of Proclamation – Arbor Day A. Discussion and Approval of Ordinance 2015-13 Amending Article 7 (“Conditional […]
“They lost everything,” said Robin Bowers. Bowers is the executive director of Lexington Interfaith Christians Services (LICS.) She saw families whose lives were literally washed away in early October, when floods hit the Midlands. Every segment of the community was affected. House of Raeford has a workforce of more than […]
The City of Cayce and the Cayce Historical Museum are excited to announce the Annual Festival of Holiday Events beginning December 3, 2015. Join us this holiday season for several activities throughout December that you and your family will be sure to enjoy! 38th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony: Thursday, […]