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The Chapin Woman's Club will soon be hosting a virtual auction with about 45 new and gently-used designer purses available for purchase. The bidding for "In The Bag Purchase for a Purpose" will open Nov. 3, and close the evening of Nov. 10.

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Election day is Nov. 3, and South Carolinians will have to decide whether to reelect US Senator Lindsey Graham for a fourth term, or if the tides have changed in the Palmetto State. Graham is opposed by Democratic Senate nominee Jaime Harrison, who entered the race in May of 2019.

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South Carolina’s teen birth rate is the 11th highest in the nation, and the numbers for Black and Hispanic teen pregnancies and for sexually transmitted infections among teens are even more alarming.

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As in-person absentee voting begins Monday in South Carolina, the presidential election is getting most of the attention. However, one other federal government race and many more at state and local levels will also be on the ballot.

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Richland County Coroner Gary Watts released the names of two individuals who died Thursday due to a collision. The South Carolina Highway Patrol, Columbia/Richland Fire, and EMS responded to I-26 westbound at mile marker 99 (two miles from the Peak exit) just after midnight in reference to a…

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Current and former South Carolinians can find out if they have any extra money lying around by visiting the State Treasurer’s Office online. In order to find out if they have any missing money, residents can search for themselves, their family and their friends on Treasurer.sc.gov for free.

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According to Lexington-Richland District Five officials, road improvement construction will begin this week on Amicks Ferry Road at the site of the district's new elementary school in Chapin. The work is associated with adding turn lanes along Amicks Ferry Road and Lake Tide Drive in prepara…

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The Town of Chapin's annual Labor Day Festival and parade will not take place this year due to COVID-19 concerns. This would have been the 41st year of the beloved festival.

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Many Chapin residents have been missing their beloved pimento cheese and chicken salad from locally-owned and operated Doza Rizen Cafe. The restaurant closed about three weeks ago while undergoing a move to its new location. Now the wait is finally over, and the store held its grand reopenin…

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A doubleheader sweep of Greenwood Post 20 enabled Lexington (10-7, 5-4-1) to finish 3rd in the final Midlands Division standings. The twinbill also served as a playoff warm up as the 2 teams will start a Best-of-3 1st round series Monday at Roscoe Frye Field in Lexington.