A Biblically themed watercolor and the work of artist Paul Turnbaugh By W. Thomas Smith Jr. I love art; always have. No, I’m not an artist in terms of design and visual arts (drawing, painting, sculpting) by any stretch, though as a kid I was told I had some sortContinue Reading

Dr. Diego Quiroga Ferri discusses the famed Galapagos Islands with Dr. Tom Mullikin’sEcotourism class and others By Alex Junes-Ward COLUMBIA, S.C. – Dr. Diego Quiroga Ferri, president of the Universidad San Francisco de Quito (in Ecuador) addressed Dr. Tom Mullikin’s students at the University of South Carolina’s School of Hotel,Continue Reading

The American Pickers are excited to return to South Carolina! They plan to film episodes of The History Channel hit television series throughout your area in February 2023. AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique “picking” on The History Channel. The hit show followsContinue Reading

Two men are accused of stealing a trailer from a neighbor’s home in Lexington County. Jason Wilson, a 41-year-old Lexington resident, was charged with grand larceny and Maynard Bartlett, a 37-year-old Columbia resident, was charged with grand larceny and receiving stolen goods, according to arrest warrants. “After receiving a callContinue Reading

Chief Terrence Green is announcing to the Town of Lexington community that our annual Toys for Tots collection has begun and will continue through December 8, 2022, with donation events planned at the Lexington Police Department, Learning Express, the Icehouse Pavilion, Target at Lexington Pavilion, and Walmart. This year, we’reContinue Reading

County representatives recently attended a kickoff event for Lights at Riverbanks Zoo. The group included Councilmembers Cheryl English, Jesica Mackey, Chakisse Newton and Gretchen Barron, County Administrator Leonardo Brown, Assistant Administrators John Thompson and Aric Jensen, County Attorney Patrick Wright, Clerk to Council Anette Kirylo, and their families. This isContinue Reading

ECPI University has announced its inclusion in the 2022 Best for Vets: Employers list by Military Times. The Military Times Best for Vets employers rankings are based on the results of a voluntary survey that covers a company’s policies and practices for current employees and future job seekers within theContinue Reading

Union United Methodist Church is preparing to host the full production of their long-standing tradition, the 29th annual drive-through living nativity, The Living Christmas Story. The event will take place Friday through Sunday, December 2 – 4 from 6:30 pm – 9 pm each night. For more than 20 yearsContinue Reading