The agriculture industry is still recovering from the initial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, but community-based markets filled with local produce, meat, dairy, art and specialty products are back in the Midlands. 

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The Lexington Police Department (LPD) has been providing free box fans for those in need for over 13 years. The initiative called 'Operation Cool Down' helps over 150 individuals and families each year. As temperatures continue to rise over triple digits, community members can make use of th…

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A Midlands company has career opportunities local job-seekers might get “fired up” about: Palmetto State Armory, a manufacturer and seller of firearms, ammunition and accessories, has openings across its operations. Andre Bourgeois, PSA’s recruiting director, says the company’s continual exp…

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Columbia Animal Services recently declared a 'state of emergency' because of the overpopulation of pets in shelters. They urged potential pet owners to consider adopting or fostering, and have decided to celebrate National Best Friends Day on June 8 by making adoptions free.

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Mungo Homes has nearly 70 years under its (tool) belt — and it’s still growing. The Midlands mainstay started as a family-owned business in 1954. It was acquired by the Berkshire Hathaway in 2018 and joined Clayton Properties Group, but it’s still family-run. The company now operates in more…

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Reggaetronic, South Carolina's largest Lake Music Festival, returns Saturday, June 4, to Spence Island, located at Lake Murray. The free floating festival will be held from 11:15 a.m. until 6 p.m. and is only accessible by boat. Attendees looking to enhance their experience can purchase VIP …

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The S.C. Baseball Coaches Association will hold their annual All-Star games Tuesday and Wednesday. The six games over two days will take place at three Lexington County School District 1 schools.

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The leadership team at Bald Cypress Builders recently presented a donation of $1,000 to the Lexington One Educational Foundation. This donation will provide support to the Lexington Technology Center’s Building Construction Program in Lexington County School District One.  

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Prisma Health acquired Moore Orthopaedic Clinic Outpatient Surgery Center in Lexington. The center will be renamed  Prisma Health Orthopedic Surgery Center and will serve patients for hand, spine, sports and joint outpatient orthopedic surgeries.

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The Lexington One educational foundation presented the 2022 Joseph M. Bedenbaugh administrator of the year award to Heath Branham. He was presented the award at the Lexington County School District One board of trustees meeting Tuesday.

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Memorial Day is around the corner, which means the unofficial start to summer is also drawing near. Across the United States, families will head out on vacation, spend time by the pool or grab a rod and reel for some fishing.