By CT McDonald Last weekend was big for District Five school teams. Chapin won its 14th competitive cheer state championship, two-time defending 5A champion Dutch Fork took fourth place – just behind River Bluff and Lexington – and the Silver Fox varsity football team won its second round game to
The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM) is now accepting applications for its residential and virtual programs. Online applications are available at www.scgssm.org. GSSM is South Carolina’s only two-year, public, residential high school dedicated to the advanced study of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. GSSM also offers
An armed robbery in the Martin’s Grove neighborhood led detectives to a follow up investigation resulting in narcotics distribution, drug paraphernalia and stolen firearm charges. November 5 around 11:10 pm, Mark Dilyn Coker Vice, age 25 of Kingstree, and Brandon Alexander Rodighiero, age 26 of Columbia, went to a residence
The Town of Lexington annual Toys for Tots “Fill the MRAP” campaign began November 20 and will continue through December 10 with donation events scheduled at the Town of Lexington Municipal Complex, the Icehouse Amphitheater, Kmart, Target, Walmart, Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt and Mellow Mushroom. As in years past, the objective
During its November 13 meeting, the Lexington County School District One Board of Trustees voted to forgive two of the five school days students and staff missed due to severe weather in this academic year. Students missed four school days September 11 – 14 by order of Governor Henry McMaster
The National League of Cities (NLC) named Councilwoman Kathy Maness Second Vice President November 9 at the annual City Summit in Los Angeles, California. All officers are selected by a 15-member nominating committee and are elected by NLC’s membership. Maness will serve a one-year term. Maness was elected to Lexington
South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond has announced the Angels of 2018. Ten Angels as well as one Honorary Angel were recognized at a press conference and honored with a reception in the Secretary of State’s Office. The Angels honored represent organizations that exemplify charitable giving in South Carolina.