There have been some staff changes in the Lexington Two School District. Anna Unversaw has been named as the new principal at Northside Middle School. She was an assistant principal there. Matt Schilit, former Northside principal, has been named as the new principal at Airport High School.Bryson Summers will be […]
Ronald Dean Jones, 54, of Lexington, has been arrested on six charges connected to the sexual exploitation of minors.Jones was arrested Tuesday. He is charged with six counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, second degree, a felony offense punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment on each count. Internet […]
Town Of Springdale Police Officer Matt Hagins has been selected as the Officer of the Year for the 11th Circuit by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Network.In the photo, Hagins is being presented the award by Wilson Matthews, SCDPS Traffic Records Manager, at a meeting Thursday morning.
New businesses are coming to West Columbia and so are new homes. The City of West Columbia has seen an onslaught of new business licenses issued in 2021. There were almost as many new business licenses issued in the first quarter of 2021 as there were in all of 2020. […]
Airport High School graduate and University of Tennessee senior punter Paxton Brooks is one of 51 candidates named to the preseason watch list for the Ray Guy Award. Brooks is the son of Lexington Two School’s Chief Instructional Officer Dr. Dixon Brooks and Mary Brooks, Lexington Two’s Director of Parenting […]
Donnie Rankin, 49, pled guilty in Lexington County this week to two counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct with a Minor – Second Degree. The Honorable Walton J. McLeod, IV, Eleventh Circuit Chief Administrative Judge, sentenced Rankin to the maximum of 20 years in prison. Under South Carolina law, Rankin is […]
The portion of the West Columbia Riverwalk from Moffatt Street to the Gervais Street Bridge that was temporarily closed to the public due to maintenance is now open.
There is a lot to do in West Columbia when the weekend begins. First thing Saturday morning, the City of West Columbia invites everyone to visit the Meeting Street Artisan Market. It’s from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in the Interactive Art Park, 425 Meeting Street, West Columbia. The Artisan […]