The portion of the West Columbia Riverwalk from Moffatt Street to the Gervais Street Bridge is temporarily closed to the public due to maintenance. The West Columbia Riverwalk from the Amphitheater at Alexander Road to the connection at Cayce remains open.
Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has identified the individual who died in a single-vehicle accident. The crash occurred in the 2000 block of South Lake Drive, about four miles south of South Congaree, at approximately 12:10 p.m., Wednesday. According to Fisher, Mr. Maurice Valentino Myers, 58, of Lexington was pronounced […]
One person died in a crash in Lexington County, Wednesday. It occurred on South Lake Drive (or SC 6) near New Orangeburg Road, about four miles south of South Congaree, according to Lance Cpl. Tyler Tidwell of the S.C. Highway Patrol. A 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer was traveling west on SC […]
Anna Huffman – West Columbia Public Information Officer – After 37 years of dedicated service to the West Columbia Police Department, Chief Dennis Tyndall is announcing his retirement. Chief Tyndall will remain with the Police Department during the search for the next Police Chief. Chief Tyndall began his career with […]
July is National Picnic Month. There’s something about the warm summertime that makes you want to get out of the house and eat outdoors. Picnic month is easy to celebrate. Just get outside and enjoy all the wonderful sights and smells. Get your family and friends together at your favorite […]
The Cayce-West Columbia Branch of the Lexington County Library is offering a great opportunity for family reading this Summer.Summer Reading Time will be presented at 10 a.m. on Saturday (July 24) on the Cayce Riverwalk at the N Avenue Entrance.
Columbia Flag and Sign has one of the largest flag showrooms in the country at 633 Meeting Street in West Columbia. It also has a huge garage for wrapping vehicles with signage. Click here to see West Columbia Newsletter “We have been in West Columbia for quite a while now, […]
The Lexington Police Department needs to identify two people. The LPD said the two stole a set of keys while at the Lexington Walmart on July 12. They left the scene in a black vehicle which may have been an early 2000’s Acura.Contact Detective Payton of the LPD at 803-358-7271 […]