Reigning champion Irmo coach reflects on 42-year j...
By Dylan Jackson | Mar 22, 2023
Local basketball teams hope to be crowned champion...
By Jacob Phillips | Mar 2, 2023
Gamecock club hockey continues to grow, build towa...
By Jack Veltri | Dec 6, 2022
Proposed penny tax for roads fails to pass in Lexi...
By Char Morrison | Nov 9, 2022
Lexington County poll reports glitch, Allendale ma...
By Stephen Pastis | Nov 8, 2022
Restaurants excited to welcome back bigger crowds for Restaurant Week 2022
by Holly Poag | Oct 6, 2022
Hungry? Check out the restaurants in the Midlands participating in Restaurant Week 2022.Read More
Stay-at-home moms face loneliness, often look for community online
by Holly Poag | Oct 3, 2022
Women taking care of children full time are dealing with isolation and shame in the aftermath of the pandemic.Read More
Irmo to welcome 25,000 to community park for annual Okra Strut
by Sammy Sobich | Sep 23, 2022
Okra Festival returns to Irmo for its 48th consecutive year.Read More
Treasury Secretary warns of rising gas prices, but Midlands experts aren’t as pessimistic
by Holly Poag | Sep 12, 2022
Fields recommends Midland residents continue with normal financial behavior. Photo by Holly Poag....Read More
Some Midlands’ fire departments prepare for increase in electric vehicle fires
by Holly Poag and Caleb Bozard | Sep 7, 2022
An electric vehicle charging on Harrison Blvd. Photo by Holly Poag As electric vehicles become...Read More
FastCast for Thursday, Sept. 23
by Staff | Sep 23, 2021
A look at local, state and national news in a fast format from your reporters at Carolina News & Reporter.Read More
Parents protest virtual learning in Lexington-Richland District 5
by Savannah Tranter | Sep 17, 2020
Parents and students gathered at Irmo High school to demand the school district switch to learning in the classroom five days a week.Read More
Irmo teen snaps up profits in the hair accessories business
by Austin Powell | Nov 13, 2019
An Irmo teen is netting a big profit after she solved a problem many young girls face.Read More
Voters go to the polls Tuesday to elect local officials
by Staff | Nov 4, 2019
Ahead of tomorrow’s election, here’s what you need to know about who’s running in Richland County.Read More
One Midlands district explains how they boost graduation stats
by Katie Graybill | Oct 4, 2019
The S.C. Department of Education has released its annual district report cards and Lexington-Richland District Five boasts some of the highest numbers in the state.Read More
A new spin: Vinyl records offer nostalgia, community
by Camille Doloughty | Feb 11, 2019
Locals gathered at Irmo’s Social Grill this weekend to purvey vintage vinyls.Read More
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