There will be several road closures in downtown Lexington on Saturday, March 13, for the Shamrock Parade, according to Lexington Police Chief Terrence Green. The parade begins at 2 p.m. on Main Street, in the Town of Lexington. The road closures and detours will begin at 12:30 p.m. with the […]
The Congaree River at Riverwalk in West Columbia on a chilly winter’s day (Friday, Feb. 26, 2021.) Hopefully the river will soon be filled with tubers, canoes and kayaks as spring is just around the corner.
You can soon go to Lexington Medical Center in the Northeast. Lexington Medical Center Northeast will start a phased opening in mid-March. The new is 225,000-sq.-ft. It’s at Clemson and Longtown roads. (Jumper Carter Sease feature photo.) Construction began on it in June 2019. Included are an: outpatient surgery in […]
The City of Cayce praised city crews for working to get all of the Riverwalk trail reopened. It was closed for a day because of flooding. City of Cayce message posted Monday: “Thanks to (city staff’s) hard work to clean up debris and dirt from the high water levels at […]
The City of West Columbia has contracted with Wood E&IS to manage the coordination of the required annual stormwater pond inspections. Each business receiving a notice (like the one in the photo) needs to contact a certified inspector. A list of qualified inspectors can be found on the Lexington County […]
The students, and staff, of Brookland-Cayce High School brought the Christmas spirit to the campus Wednesday evening. The Brookland-Cayce High School DECA presented a Winter Wonderland Holiday Light Display Drive Thru. Several clubs participated said Tiffany Aull, a BC teacher who helped organize the nighttime light show. Clubs and organizations […]
From Dawn Kujawa – Lexington 2 Communications Director – Busbee Creative Arts Academy teacher Alex Pinto had no idea what she was walking into as she headed down the seventh-grade hall Thursday morning. As she entered the main atrium, cheers and applause erupted from students, colleagues and district administrators alike. […]
Fall brings new life to West Columbia. The University of South Carolina is a major economic driver. It generates $41 million to the local community, according to Moore School economist Joseph Von Nessen. West Columbia benefits when students come back to school. Redtail on the River is marketed as the […]