The board game Monopoly has a new version just released in Irmo. Irmo-opoly is a local take on the well-known game with landmarks of small community businesses and places in Irmo. The game is being offered by Walmart in Ballentine for just $19.98. Bill Hightower, Irmo Walmart store manager, helpedContinue Reading

On July 12 the iconic Irmo eyesore was finally razed in the middle of town. The nearly century-old building had a long and somewhat boring run as the centerpiece of Irmo but held the spot at the major intersection of Lake Murray Boulevard and St. Andrews Road for generations ofContinue Reading

Brown has served Irmo since 1997 In a special council meeting June 29, the Irmo Town Council voted to accept Irmo Town Administrator Robert ‘Bob’ Brown’s request to retire. Brown has served the Irmo community for the last 25 years and officially retires this Tuesday, July 6. “It’s been anContinue Reading

By Al Dozier Irmo Town Administrator Bob Brown received a positive evaluation from the Irmo Town Council during a closed-door executive session Monday, according to town officials. Irmo Mayor Barry Walker Sr. declined comment on the evaluation, noting it was an “executive session” that doesn’t require public disclosure. Town officialsContinue Reading

By Al Dozier The Irmo Town Council Tuesday gave final reading to an ordinance adopting the proposed 2021-2022 budget totaling $7,250,491. Mayor Barry Walker noted the budget funds a “world class” police department and town hall and does not impose millage on Irmo residents. The town is also expected toContinue Reading

By Al Dozier The town of Irmo is planning a cleanup day. Councilman Erik Sickinger presented a plan at Tuesday’s council work session for a community-wide project that will bring people together to clean up the neighborhoods in Irmo and in adjacent areas outside the town. The goal is toContinue Reading

On Arbor Day, December 5, the Town of Irmo planted four holly trees (Eagleston) on the corner of Woodrow Street and Palmetto Woods Pkwy. The trees will grow to be 25 feet tall and 20 feet wide. “The planting is one of the requirements to be a Tree City USAContinue Reading

By Al Dozier Small businesses in Irmo struggling for survival could find some relief from a new loan program sponsored by the town of Irmo and the non-profit Irmo Future Growth Corporation. A “small business” is defined as a business with less than 50 employees.The Irmo Town council gave aContinue Reading

City of Irmo was presented to honor Barbara Willm, Vice President of Development and Community Relations at Lexington Medical Center. The presentation was held on Tuesday, November 17 at the Town Council Meeting and received by Barbara’s son, Rob.    The honor was bestowed on Barbara Willm by Mayor WalkerContinue Reading