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Town Council adds Burlington Mill site to possible H-tax projects

Before it was leveled, the old Burlington Mill in Batesburg stood for 122 years. Last Thursday night, the Batesburg-Leesville Town…

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Town Council calls special meeting to amend hospitality tax ordinance

  The Batesburg-Leesville Town Council has called a special meeting for tomorrow night (Thursday, Sept. 26) at 6 p.m. to…

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Lexington County weighs limits on fireworks

  Celebrating holidays might become much quieter in Lexington County in coming months. Some County Council members are pushing to…

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Incumbent Sheriff kicks off campaign for re-election with chicken stew

  With the first balloting still at least nine months away, incumbent Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon hauled out the…

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District 6 is a three-way contest as B-L election filing closes

  The race for the District 6 seat on Batesburg-Leesville Town Council will be the most active of the four…

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Twin-City News Q&A: Congressman Joe Wilson

  U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson (R-Springdale) has been traveling around the 2nd Congressional District all this week on his annual…

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Ridge Spring Mayor, Council chosen by 38 votes

  RIDGE SPRING — Pat Asbill sat at the doorway of her home, which doubles as her antique shop, welcoming…

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