Trees fell in the road Monday morning in Lexington because of heavy winds from an overnight storm that blew through Lexington County. This photo is from the Town of Lexington Parks Department responding to downed trees. Crews removed several trees and other debris to get several streets open.
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The Lexington Police Department reported a collision at East Main Street (US-1) at Swartz Road. The collision affected lanes around 3 p.m., Thursday. Emergency personnel crews were on scene and directing traffic.
The Lexington Police Department reported a vehicle rollover in the 700 block of South Lake Drive near Railroad Avenue, Wednesday evening around 10. The crash resulted in a lane being closed and emergency personnel was on the scene. All lanes were later reopened The vehicle left the road. Poilce said […]
The Town of Lexington is adding Wayfinding Signage in Downtown Lexington. But before it s added, Lexington Town Council wants feedback. Which design do you like best?Click the link to take an official survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/962B5DK *Only responses through the survey link will be counted. The survey will be open until […]
The Town Lexington conducted its Christmas Parade Sunday. The parade included dance clubs, floats, vintage cars, marching bands, The Grinch and of course Santa and Mrs. Claus were there. The Lexington Police Department reported that the parade was “very well attended.” The Cayce-West Columbia Holiday parade of Lights is Saturday […]
The County of Lexington Veterans Parade was held Sunday down Main Street, Lexington. Crowds enjoyed marching bands and veterans organization on a beautiful sunny, afternoon. The Patrol Division Commander, Lieutenant Bledsoe (pictured) was the lead vehicle. The parade is an effort to support the many Veterans who honorably served our […]
The Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center will host a candidate forum for elected positions on the Town of Lexington council 6:30 p.m., Monday (Oct. 25) at 311 West Main Street in Lexington. The forum is free and open to the public. The four candidates running for three council seats include […]
The Lexington County Museum will offer its free “Murders and Mysteries” walking tour of downtown Lexington on Nov. 6, starting at 8 pm. The tour is a great way to learn about the history of the town and hear some very interesting stories along the way. Attendees will learn about […]