A vehicle on fire was blocked traffic Monday afternoon on I-20 westbound in Richland County. The fire around Exit 68, near the U.S. 321 (Fairfield Road) Exit.Drivers were encouraged by the South Carolina Highway Patrol to avoid the area.
“We’re starting to see it…a Savage vision coming to life,” is the update that appears on the Savage Craft Ale Works Facebook page. The rooftop bar behind the ld Brookland Court House and Fire Station is taking shape. Work on the soundstage on the grounds is progressing. Earlier this summer […]
The City of Cayce is asking its residents to come pick up your free copy of the 2020-2021 Cayce City Calendars at Cayce City Hall. You can pick them up at the City Hall drive through located at 1800 12th Street. This year, the calendar features dates to remember, important […]
From Sunset Boulevard to Center Street and places in between, crepe myrtle trees are full of color in July. As the West Columbia Beatification Foundations is working diligently to bring in trees and flowers, there is some natural beauty to add support to the WCBF’s efforts. The colors range from […]
EdVenture Children’s Museum will be reopen beginning July 14. EdVenture in Columbia will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Timed tickets must be purchased or reserved in advance through the museum’s website. The museum’s staff will incorporate new safety, cleaning, and social distancing protocols for visitors. EdVenture Hartsville […]
Lexington County detectives were looking for Lilith Donelle Currier, 15, after she left her grandfather’s house in the 400 block of Irvin Jumper Street June 26, according to her family members. Lexington County deputies say a missing 15-year-old girl who hadn’t been seen in a week has been found safe. […]
The town of Lexington, Richland County, and Forest Acres, have passed mandatory mask ordinances. The Town of Lexington passed an emergency ordinance mandating people going into businesses must wear a mask. It took effect immediately, Thursday. According to Lexington’s ordinance: “The town council and the town of Lexington has determined, […]
The City of West Columbia will consider a mandatory mask ordinance, at its meeting Tuesday according to a city councilman. The item listed on the agenda reads: Discussion Concerning an Emergency Ordinance Related to Public Health and Safety Councilman Mike Green posted on his Facebook account: “The city of West Columbia will […]