NEWS

NEWS

Cayce’s Granby Gardens Park to be upgraded

Cayce’s Granby Gardens Park to be upgraded Cayce City Council voted to spend up-to $30,00 0 to upgrade Granby Gardens Park. Council met Wednesday in a special session and agreed to use hospitality tax funds to make some changes in the park. Ants get into the electrical receptacles in the […]

NEWS

Quail Hollow residents concerned about sewage discharge

The Congaree Riverkeeper is criticizing the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) for a plan that would the Reiverkeeper said would make it easier for sewage discharge into the lower Saluda River. The river runs through West Columbia, beside the Quail Hollow residential community that is behind Lexington […]

NEWS

Brookland-Cayce goes to FCHS to open season, Friday

Bearcats stout on D, poised for good year If the Brookland-Cayce Bearcats have a good year, it will start with the defense. The Brookland-Cayce Bearcats football team plays an away non-conference game @ Fairfield Central on Friday, August 21 @ 7:30 p.m. Two of Brookland-Cayce’s defensive players have been named to […]

NEWS

District 2 opening day for schools goes smoothly

The first day of school went “very smoothly” on Wednesday said Lexington School District 2 Superintendent Bill James. “We were very pleased. We had an exceptional opening day, James said. James said the staffs at the district’s 16 schools deserve credit for getting prepared for the opening of the 2015-16 […]

NEWS

Lexington 2 Schools students return Wednesday

Lexington School District 2 schools open for students today. Teachers reported last Wednesday to begin getting ready for the 2015-16 school year. Be on the look out for more traffic, stopped school buses and kids walking to school. There are 16 schools in District 2. From Pine Ridge and Cayce […]

NEWS

More candidates file to run in West Columbia

More candidates are filing to run in West Columbia’s municipal elections. Joe Owens has filed to run for the office of mayor at the City of West Columbia City Hall, said Kelli Ricard, West Columbia City Clerk and Events Coordinator. Owens is the current mayor and joins former mayor Bobby […]

NEWS

Boil water advisory ended

The City of West Columbia has ended a boil water advisory for water customers in the following area: 2400 to 2700 blocks of Rainbow Drive All addresses on Rainbow Circle, Dawn Drive, Armstrong Street, Kensington Court, and Decatur Street.  The water supply has been thoroughly tested and boiling water is no longer […]