When tax notices arrive in the coming days, Richland County property owners will see lower property tax rates for the second year in a row. County Council and staff coordinated with millage agencies to decrease the tax rate without cutting services. This was done in an effort to assist taxpayersContinue Reading

I was glad to learn that Barb Waldman is running for a seat on the Irmo Town Council.  She’s just the kind of person who will benefit the work of the Council.  I’ve known Barb for over ten years and I know her to be dependable, honest, thoughtful about whatContinue Reading

It is with a great deal of pleasure that I endorse and support Bill Danielson for Irmo Town Council. I have known Bill for many years and in many different capacities. Serving with Bill on the Glenforest School Board for 3 years really showed me his leadership skills. (Glenforest SchoolContinue Reading

By Al Dozier The Irmo Town Council handed out some big money Tuesday in appreciation of employee loyalty and in recognition of the work performed by the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce. Irmo employees will receive a $1,500 Christmas bonus this year in appreciation for their loyalty during the pandemicContinue Reading

Tifani Moore claimed victory in a special election held October 12 to fill a vacant seat on Lexington-Richland School District Five’s board. Moore led with 56 percent of the vote to 37 percent for Haley Griggs, and seven percent for Jeff Herring. The seat was left open when former boardContinue Reading