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Ashley Ridge Swamp Fox baseball dominates Lexington, and moves on to Lower State championship Friday. Wildcats and arch-rival White Knoll must fight to stay alive.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Jillian Marie Stratton, originally of Lexington and now a teacher in North Charleston, goes on to compete for title of Mrs. United States.
Pinewood Prep athlete holds state record in goals.
White Knoll Timberwolves win first round of S.C. AAAA Basketball playoffs against Summerville.
Summerville High coach will be featured on 'The NFL Honors Show' Saturday.
S.C. Department of Public Safety and Subway kick-off W8 2 Txt campaign at Summerville High Wednesday.
Rep. Jenny Horne said an equal, statewide millage rate would replace county education millage rates.
S.C. Superintendent of Education Mick Zais said more money, smaller class sizes don't work.
National Assessment of Education Progress data released Tuesday.
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