August 31, 2018 RSS feed / Education

Churches, businesses, community groups show giving spirit to Lexington Two students

Lexington Two’s students returned to classes ready to tackle the new school year.  Their readiness was thanks in part to the generosity of Lexington County churches, businesses, and community organizations, whose members stepped in to help More...

Local author receives national recognition

The Annual 2018 Florida Authors and Publishers Association President’s Book Awards recognized Cats’ Fur by Bonnie Stanard in the category of Cover Design, as a President’s Book Awards Winner.  More...

Lexington Medical Center presents the 45th Annual Irmo Okra Strut Festival

The 45th annual Irmo Okra Strut Festival presented by Lexington Medical Center, a free, two-day event boasting a street dance, a new dining experience, one of the largest parades in South Carolina, arts and crafts, rides, amusements, live bands and e More...

How NOT to Train for a Half Marathon A Cautionary Tale

I just registered for the Camp Cole 5K Rail Run and Walk to support the Midlands first overnight camp and retreat center for folks with disabilities. I’m training and trying to watch my diet. More...

Emmy nominated Coal Powered Filmworks, celebrates 10th anniversary

Coal Powered Filmworks, a Columbia, S.C. based broadcast production company, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this fall. More...

Recognize a local arts hero with an S.C. arts award

Not all heroes wear capes, goes the internet meme. Indeed, you can find some in tutus, smocks, business attire, concert black, stage makeup, or even a T-shirt and jeans. More...