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Don’t let your hearts be troubled, because God has prepared a place for Faye Marie Swetlik in heaven. That was the message from Senior Pastor Eddie Coakley at Faye’s memorial service held at Trinity Baptist Church, Friday.

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Multiples of the Midlands club (the M.o.M club) will host its “mothers of multiples” spring/summer consignment sale (M.o.M sale) Saturday, March 21 from 7 a.m. until noon. The biannual sale is held by the chairwomen of the nonprofit where shoppers can purchase gently used children’s items at…

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From Thursday to Sunday was a deadly four days in Lexington County. In that time period, the office of Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher reported eight deaths of not natural causes. That number includes the death of Faye Marie Swetlik, age 6. Besides the tragic saga of Faye Swetlik, t…

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Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher has confirmed that the autopsy of Faye Marie Swetlik was completed Saturday.The preliminary results of that autopsy are not being released at this time out of respect for Faye’s family. They need privacy and time to process the information. The findin…

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Do you have a quirky, creative side just fighting to get out? Need a thrill to stir your inner child? It’s time to start get started on the building of your Kinetic Derby Day sculpture.

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The City of Cayce is reporting that a 6-year-old girl is missing. Her name is Faye Marie Swetlik. She is a is first grader at Springdale Elementary School. Marie is described as white with strawberry blonde hair, and blue eyes. She is missing from the Churchill Heights Neighborhood in Cayce.…

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Hundreds of Midlands children have new shoes and socks to wear, thanks to a partnership between Thrivent Financial and Samaritan’s Feet.

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The ribbon was cut on Vertex PT Specialists, Thursday. It’s at 1105 12th Street, Cayce. The Greater Cayce West-Columbia Chamber of Commerce sponsored the ribbon-cutting.

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Monday's finale of the fifth annual Crescent Construction Martin Luther King Jr. Bash pitted two defending boys' basketball champions against each other.

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A scoring dual and the top two teams in Class 4A falling to defeat were among the highlights of day one of the Crescent Construction Boys and Girls’ Martin Luther King Jr. Bash.

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Ground was broken, officially, on Marriott International's TownPlace Suites at 2915 Sunset Blvd. in West Columbia (across from Lexington Medical Center) Friday morning. Site work on the project has been going on for a while.