The Irmo Chapin Recreation Commission (ICRC) and the Saluda Shoals Foundation will celebrate the grand opening of the new Universally Inclusive Playground at Saluda Shoals Park. The celebration will take place Aug. 24 at 9:30 a.m.
Two men have been arrested after one suspect broke into a home in Lexington County and was shot before attempting to steal a safe on Sunday morning, according to the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department.
This week, the Kershaw County School Board voted to close down three elementary schools in the northern part of the district: Baron-Dekalb, Bethune and Mt. Pisgah Elementary Schools. The schools will be consolidated and moved into a brand new elementary school, which the district plans to have built
The Palmetto State Teachers Association, like many other teacher organizations across the state, will be waiting anxiously for The Center for Education, Recruitment, Retention and Advancement’s (CERRA’s) Supply and Demand report.
On Tuesday night, the Kershaw County School Board of Trustees voted to close three elementary schools in the northern portion of the district and move them into a consolidated new building, near an existing high school and middle school.
Senator Darrell Jackson has sent a letter requesting the appointment of a Senate Legislative Oversight Subcommittee to review the University of South Carolina Board of Trustees presidential search process.
It’s the first day of school for students at Cardinal Newman School in Columbia. Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott announced Monday that the investigation into threats made against the school by a now-former student over the summer, is over.
With Lexington County School District One beginning their academic year on Aug. 20, Chief Terrence Green would like the Town of Lexington community to know that school resource officers, traffic division and Community Action Team (C.A.T.) officers will be working together on the “School Zone Traffic
As students begin heading back to the classrooms, that also means more traffic on your morning commute. South Carolina Highway Patrol will be increasing patrols in Midlands school zones to help make sure drivers and students make it to their destinations safely.