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Plan to limit fireworks in Lexington County fizzles out

A push to limit fireworks celebrations in many Lexington County neighborhoods has been snuffed out. County Council members decided that trying…

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Lexington County government taking new look at business fee

Lexington County leaders are taking a fresh look at assessing an annual fee on businesses in the steadily growing area. The push…

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Wise wins, class and civility reign in District 6 runoff

The unofficial results of Tuesday’s Batesburg-Leesville Town Council runoff election for District 6 were already in focus, and Paul Wise…

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Batesburg-Leesville Town Council swears in newest members

Three members of Batesburg-Leesville Town Council were sworn in and took their seats on the governing body Monday night, while…

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Countdown begins to REAL ID deadline in South Carolina

The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV) is pushing to have all South Carolina residents in possession of the…

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Newspaper acquiesces, publishes Town Councilman’s manifesto

In the interest of fairness, The Twin-City News has made the decision to publish an opinion/editorial submission from Batesburg-Leesville Town…

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Town Councilman accuses ‘Twin-City News’ editor of ‘assault by intimidation’

  The editor of The Twin-City News has been accused of “assault by intimation” by Batesburg-Leesville Town Councilman Steve Cain….

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