Congressman Joe Wilson (R-SC) is pleased to announce Abigail Turner of Horse Creek Academy in Aiken, as the Second District of South Carolina’s 2022 Congressional Art Competition winner. “The Congressional Art Competition is a way to recognize the talent of young artists in the Second Congressional District of South Carolina
Fort Jackson’s friends and neighbors are invited to share, once again, in the evening’s festivities. “You asked for it and we have answered,” said Fort Jackson Commander Brig. Gen. Patrick R. Michaelis “For the first time in years, we invite everybody to celebrate Independence Day with us.” The Master of
Lexington Medical Center received an Emmy® award for a video documentary it produced about a hospital employee who lost her husband and father to COVID-19. The Regional Southeast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presented the Emmy at its annual awards ceremony in Atlanta on Saturday.
Camp Cole recently completed its Pollinator Plantation Project with support from a Conservation Education Mini-Grant from the Richland Soil and Water Conservation District. Camp Cole, an accessible, inclusive camp and retreat center for children, teens and adults facing illnesses, disabilities and life challenges, was named Richland County Government and Community
The South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) encourages customers to Go Green with new upgrades to their free tax portal, MyDORWAY. The new Go Green enhancements save taxpayer dollars while speeding up communication with the agency. On June 27, taxpayers with an active account on MyDORWAY will automatically be opted
Following a public hearing held on June 14, 2022, the Lexington County School District One Board of Trustees approved the 2022–23 general fund operating budget of $325,808,206. The approved budget does not include a millage increase. The budget includes a step increase for employees, increases the beginning step of the
By Al Dozier Lexington County Council approved a penny sales tax that would fund millions in road improvements and bring some relief to the congested roads throughout Lexington County. But it will be up to voters to make the final decision during the November elections. At the June 7 meeting,