Staying safe on St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day has long celebrated the roots of 34.2 million Americans with Irish ancestry, and many more who just want to partake in the festivities. Tragically, March 17 has become one of the nation’s deadliest holidays. In 2014, there were 18 people killed around the country in drunk driving crashes on St. Patrick’s Day. […]

A safe place for in-person sales, trades

Selling goods online has become wildly popular in recent years. There are many websites and social media tools devoted to facilitating online sales. Selling online has quickly removed the need for third parties to help you resell items you no longer need or want. While using online services to sell things can be profitable, meeting […]

Technology comes with personal dangers

Did you know that singing birthday card you got for your last birthday has more computing power than the entire world did at the end of World War II? While technological advances are amazing and are changing our world, there is another side of the coin as well. Technology can, at times, outpace our awareness of […]

Neighborhood Watch

Unfortunately, no part of Lexington County is immune to crime. But when it comes to keeping your family and your neighborhood safe, there are steps you can take to help us fulfill our mission to improve the quality of life for all people in Lexington County. •    Know where your children are. Have your children […]