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In an effort to keep people and waterways safe during Independence Day weekend, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division will be conducting courtesy boat inspections at public boat landings across the state.

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A dominant pitching effort by West Columbia Post 79’s Adam Kissinger sent Lexington Post 7 to its first loss of the season Thursday at Brookland-Cayce High School.

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Lexington-Richland School District Five will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program again this year, beginning June 23. The service will continue through Aug. 4, and pick up days are on Wednesdays. Meals will not be offered Wednesday, July 7.

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Officials from the Capital City/Lake Murray Country Regional Tourism Board announced the plans for this year's Fourth of July celebration, which will be held July 3.

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It’s been 12 years since Crystal and Craig Hewitt lost their two children, Parker and Haley, in a car accident. The couple is now working to honor their childrens' legacy, and continue their impact on the Midlands community until the family is all together again one day.

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The Chapin area gained a new business Tuesday, as Sheppard's Glass Service opened its doors to customers for the first time at a new location. The company, providing full service for auto, commercial and residential glass, is located at 855 Chapin Rd.

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Easter is right around the corner and local churches are gearing up to host services for guests and members to safely attend in 2021. It is a tradition for some churches to hold sunrise services specifically on Easter Sunday, many of them outdoors, so guests can see the sun as it rises while…

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State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman surprised Chapin High School teacher, Amy Carter, Monday with news that she has been selected as one of five finalists for the prestigious South Carolina Teacher of the Year award. Lexington-Richland Five representatives notified the public as…

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Governor Henry McMaster and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced Tuesday morning that South Carolina will advance to Phase 1b of the state’s COVID-19 vaccination plan beginning Monday, March 8.