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Here are the top 10 articles of the year:
Lasenta Lewis-Ellis earned a degree in architecture engineering and now owns and operates LLE Construction Group.
Sai Williams and Eli Wright, just 23 and 25 years old at the time, opened their own restaurant on Lady Street.
WalletHub released a study ranking states from most to least dangerous during the pandemic. At the time of the article in February, South Carolina was ranked the second-most dangerous. As of Dec. 31, SC has moved down to 22nd.
The Town of Lexington held its annual Wine Walk in May at the Icehouse Amphitheater after being cancelled in 2020.
Two men and one woman were arrested after deputies said they found catalytic converters and tools commonly used to remove car parts during a traffic stop.
The popular grocery store reopened in January after closing nearly seven years ago.
The beloved River District restaurant moved from its former location in Cayce's Parkland Plaza down the street to West Columbia.
The event was held in downtown Columbia, celebrating Caribbean culture.
Hallie Sommardahl graduated from the University of South Carolina in December of 2020 and was diagnosed with cancer two weeks later.
The Town of Lexington's Snowball Festival concluded with its annual Christmas parade on a Sunday afternoon.