It's been a coaching merry-go-round for high school football coaches in Lexington County.
The Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority in partnership with Able South Carolina announced new mobility programs Tuesday for local residents who are underserved by the current transit system.
Officials from Lexington Medical Center notified the public Tuesday that the hospital is implementing additional changes to its visitation policies. The changes will go into effect Tuesday, and are broken down by department:
According to the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, deputies arrested three Columbia residents Wednesday after finding catalytic converters and tools commonly used to remove the car parts during a traffic stop near Lake Murray.
One of the most valuable parts of a car – and an item of high interest to thieves – is located under it. According to Lexington County Sheriff's Department officials, catalytic converter thefts in Lexington County have been on the rise within the past year.
Lexington resident and mother of two, Britny Maldonado, didn’t expect to be fighting for her life at just 30 years old.
Lexington Police Chief Terrence Green notified the public that a 12-year-old juvenile male has been charged with unlawful use of 911 after he was found to be responsible for a series “swatting” calls that were made within a neighborhood off Barr Road in Lexington. The announcement was made W…
Officials from Cineflix USA announced Tuesday that Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team plan to return to South Carolina to film episodes of the hit series American Pickers in March.
Governor Henry McMaster and DHEC announced Monday that beginning Wednesday, Jan. 13, any South Carolina resident aged 70 and older, regardless of health status or preexisting conditions, can begin scheduling their appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Underrepresented minority students in South Carolina are eligible to apply for $500,000 in scholarships to be awarded by Dominion Energy.
Lexington County School District One school counselors Crissy Roddy and Anna Duvall recently published a resource book titled, Managing Student Anxiety in School Settings.
Lizard's Thicket employees are preparing to serve thousands of customers on New Year's Day. According to Community Relations Manager Sara Krisnow, it's the local restaurant chain's busiest day of the year.
You may not turn into a pumpkin at the stroke of midnight Thursday, but you’re just as unlikely to toast the New Year with champagne — or any other type of cocktail — at that hour in Midlands area restaurants this year.
Families spending more time at home and looking for activities during the pandemic has been good news for pets waiting for new homes.
Although many Midlands residents will be eating meals at home on Christmas Day, not all families choose to cook. There will be a select number of Columbia-area restaurants where residents can dine in Friday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has many people choosing to stay home this Christmas, but that doesn’t mean they have to skip church. Numerous local places of worship will celebrate the holiday virtually on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
It was announced Tuesday that South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster has tested positive for COVID-19. His diagnosis comes days after his wife, Peggy, also tested positive.
Members of the Lexington town council voted Monday night 5-2, to reinstate a mask ordinance that will again require a face covering in all grocery stores, pharmacies, big box stores and other retail establishments within the Town limits.
Lexington police notified the public Monday that officers are seeking the identity of those involved in a recent parcel theft.
Lexington Medical Center representatives announced the hospital has received its first delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine as of Tuesday. UPS delivered 2,925 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to the West Columbia location at 9:30 a.m.
Representatives from Richland District Two notified parents and staff Monday evening that the district will be shifting to all-virtual learning in January, following winter break.
Both WJ Keenan teams, defending three-time Class 2A champion Gray Collegiate and AC Flora boys remain atop the SC Basketball Coaches Association Top 10 rankings.
Cancelled events, curtailed travel and limited gatherings are challenging many people this holiday season — but none more so than the elderly, especially those who are housebound or in assisted living or nursing homes.
UPDATE: The SC Emergency Management Division reported as of 6:20 a.m. Saturday, that a 2.4 magnitude earthquake did occur in the Midlands Friday night. On whether the two events were related, EMD said via Twitter, "Both incidents occurred at the same time. We'll let the crews working on the …
Lexington Police Chief Terrence Green thanked members of the Lexington community Friday who supported Toys for Tots “Fill the MRAP” campaign. All the toys were handed to the Marines Toys for Tots Foundation at the Town of Lexington Municipal Complex Thursday afternoon. A large box truck and …
State Law Enforcement Division agents arrested a former Lexington County deputy Thursday in connection with an on-duty assault charge.
Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center's former President/CEO, Otis B. Rawl Jr. was awarded the Order of the Palmetto at the Chamber’s breakfast meeting Tuesday morning.
Governor Henry McMaster spoke to South Carolinians at a press conference Wednesday, providing a COVID-19 update and announcing the plan for future distribution of COVID vaccines.
A Lexington woman has been arrested and charged after deputies said she removed a GPS monitoring device from an inmate.
US Marine Veteran Jeff Bailey served from 1998 to 2002. Originally from North Carolina, Bailey moved to Columbia with his wife to be closer to her family.
Midlands residents came out to the heart of Lexington Sunday to watch the annual Christmas parade. The event was part of the town's weekend-long Snowball Festival. There were about 75 entries in this year's parade line-up.
It was announced Sunday that a third grade teacher at Carolina Springs Elementary School in Lexington District One has died due to COVID-19 complications.
According to the Lexington Police Department, an arrest has been made in the shooting death that occurred Thursday, which LPD, LCSD and the Lexington County Coroner's Office have been investigating.
Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has identified the individual who was fatally shot in the 700 block of West Main Street around 5:40 p.m. Thursday.
The Lexington Police Department, The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department and the Lexington County Coroner's Office are investigating after a shooting death occurred around 5:40 p.m. Thursday.
Representatives from the Lexington Police Department announced the road closures and detours that will be put in place Sunday afternoon, due to the town's Christmas parade.
South Carolina DHEC confirmed that a bat found near Kimmey Road and Fish Hatchery Road in Gaston tested positive for rabies. There are no known human exposures reported at this time, according to DHEC officials. A dog was exposed and will be quarantined as required in the South Carolina Rabi…
Members of the Lexington Police Department began their annual Toys for Tots "Fill the MRAP" campaign Monday. The fundraiser will help provide toys for children this holiday season and will continue through Dec. 9.