Gabriel Penfield won a seat on the Irmo town council on February 27. Penfield was opposed by George Frazier. Both men ran unsuccessfully in the November election andfound themselves facing each other again for the special election.  With all precincts reporting, Gabriel Penfield claimed 433 votes to Frazier’s 135 toContinue Reading

Irmo residents are heading back to the polls in a special election on February 27 to fill the Town Council seat left vacant by Mayor Bill Danielson. Two candidates who previously ran for town-wide at-large seats in 2023 are back in the running. The candidates vying for the role areContinue Reading

Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley made a stop at Irmo Town Park on Saturday, February 17, as part of her ‘Beast of the Southeast’ bus tour. The former United Nations Ambassador and South Carolina governor aimed to garner more voter attention as she campaigns in the South. During her visit,Continue Reading

Gabriel Penfield, a candidate for Irmo Town Council, expressed appreciation for Julius Scott’s contributions as the Lexington-Richland School District Five Community Support Services Coordinator. In recognition of Scott’s collaborative efforts in areas like Harbison Gardens, Penfield presented him with a framed article from the New Irmo News. The presentation tookContinue Reading

By Al Dozier Two candidates have filed for the Irmo Council seat to be filled in a special election February 27. Gabriel Penfield and George Frazier have officially filed for the seat, left vacant by Bill Danielson, who was elected mayor in November. Both candidates made unsuccessful efforts to winContinue Reading

The State Election Commission is reminding voters that the registration deadline for the Republican Presidential Primary is right around the corner. Voters must register by Thursday, January 25 to be eligible to vote in the Primary. Voting is set to commence in South Carolina for the nomination of presidential candidates for the upcoming 2024Continue Reading