Dillon rolls to third straight State football championship
Lexington, SC - Newberry took the opening kickoff 88 yards to jump on Dillon early in the Class 2A state championship.
Blowfish Announce New Headquarters: Blowfish on Main
Lexington, S.C. (November 13, 2014) - Restorations are underway as the Blowfish Baseball Club announced today that the team will open a brand new office in downtown Lexington on December 15.
Lexington man wins $1M in Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes
The famous Prize Patrol members from Publishers Clearing House, renowned for awarding over $252 million in prizes to people all over the country, traveled to Lexington on Tuesday to give an unsuspecting winner a $1 million check.
Lexington man accused of molesting teen boy
A Lexington man is in jail facing several charges, including criminal sexual conduct with a minor.
Undefeated Dillon wins 3rd straight state title
Dillon capped its first-ever undefeated season with a 49-27 victory over Newberry to win its third straight Class 2A, Division I state championship.
Metts back in court on Tuesday as federal corruption case continues
The federal corruption case against Lexington County's long-time sheriff will be taken up again in court Tuesday morning.
Dutch Fork High School retires Da'Von Capers' jersey
The victim of a fatal stabbing in Lexington will be remembered at his high school forever.
SC House committee to explore road funding ideas
The chairman of the House committee crafting that chamber's proposal for funding road and bridge work in South Carolina suggests relying on the sales tax instead of the gas tax.
Lexington Co. probate judge now accepting same-sex marriage applications
After releasing a statement saying the matter is not "conclusively resolved" by the U.S. Supreme Court, the probate judge in Lexington County has decided to go ahead and accept applications and issue licenses for same-sex marriage couples.
Sen. Katrina Shealy to pre-file bill that would abolish DSS, create new department
Lexington County Sen. Katrina Shealy wants to hit the reset button on the state's Department of Social Services in a bill she plans to pre-file shortly before the 2015 legislative session begins.