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Columbia is the state capital and largest city of South Carolina. Founded in 1786 it was one of the first planned cities in the United States. The area is often cited for its high quality of life offerings, with its many cultural amenities, parks, and recreational features. At the confluence of two major rivers, Columbia is one of the best destinations in the country for kayak and canoe enthusiasts. It is also known for its large number of independent theater groups. Columbia was recently one of 30 communities named "America's Most Livable Communities." The award was given by the Washington-based non-profit Partners for Livable Communities and honors communities that are developing themselves in the creative economy.
Lexington "...one of the favorite destinations of relocating families." Welcome to Lexington County, South Carolina! Located in the Columbia metropolitan area in the center of the state, Lexington County is an ideal location for your new business or industry with the added appeal of a great quality of life.
The Town of Lexington had its beginning on January 24, 1820 with the purchase of two acres of land from Anna Barbara Drafts Corley (Granny Corley) for establishment of a new court house and jail for Lexington County. Previously the county seat of government had been the town of Granby located where Cayce is today. Granby was a low, unhealthy area often flooded in the spring. Mrs. Corley's land was selected for its central location and its healthy atmosphere among the pine trees. The Town of Lexington grew up around the courthouse and was indeed called "Lexington Court House" until 1900. Most of the town's early settlers were descendants of older area families mostly of German ancestry. Prior to the Civil War, Lexington could boast of having the Lutheran Seminary, two churches, two newspapers, a small textile factory, a carriage factory and the usual businesses necessary for a courthouse town of that era. A municipal charter was issued on January 28, 1861.
In February of 1865 a wing of General Sherman's Federal troops occupied the town. Many of the dwellings and businesses were burned during this occupation. The town by 1880 had rebuilt its business district and a number of impressive new homes were replacing those lost in 1865. In 1890 the Lexington Manufacturing Company built the textile mill with its dam, pond and houses for the employees, all located on the eastern end of Main Street. Disastrous fires in 1894 and 1916 resulted in most of the business district structures being rebuilt of brick. In 1911 electricity for lighting was available and telephones before 1916. By 1927 a municipal water system was put into use. With post World War II prosperity Lexington has expanded into a thriving business and political center for Lexington County.
"A small town atmosphere prevails, yet residents take advantage of the "Big City" amenities..."
Winner - 2003 Municipal Association of South Carolina Public Safety Program of the Year
Winner - 2003 National League of Cities Model Cities Program
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Welcome to Blythewood SC - We invite everyone to take a step inside our little town, where the smiles are warm and genuine, and a man's handshake is his bond. Yall come on in and take your time - we've got plenty of Blythewood Hospitality to go around.
"Take a drive down roads with colorful names such as persimmon fork or syrup mill and you'll see that quiet family living is the rule, not the exception."
Located 15 miles northeast of Columbia is the third fastest growing area in the Midlands. Rural living with big city convenience is just part of Blythewood's charm.
The people of Blythewood love their town and are willing to fight to preserve its old town flavor! Zoning restrictions have been put in place to prevent new businesses from coming in and changing the character of the town, and although new businesses are welcome they must pass the inspection of an architectural review board to make sure their buildings will fit in with the traditional architectural style of the area.
The town is more than 100 years old and grew up around the CSX railroad in the northwest corner of Lexington County, one of the fastest growing areas in the state. Bounded by Richland County on one side, Newberry County on the other, and Lake Murray to the south, it is situated so that all roads from the lakes's northern shores lead to Chapin.
Activities on Lake Murray add to the recreational lifestyles of most Chapin area residents. There are tow sail clubs in the Chapin area that sponsor several regattas, sailing parties and club activities throughout the year.
On the northest side of Columbia lies beautiful Kershaw County. Its rich history is well-perserved and is a charming back drop for this growing area. Kershaw County includes the towns of Camden, Lugoff, Elgin, Bethune and Liberty Hill.
Lugoff-Elgin is a popular residential area for people working in Columbia. Housing prices are somewhat lower and Kershaw County Schools are excellent.
The town of Lugoff was named for Count Lugoff a Russian engineer, who helped build the Seaboard Air Line Railway in 1899. Lugoff is located on Highway 1 and is four miles west of Camden. It is the home of multi-million-dollar Invista Plant, formerly DuPont, and it is also the birthplace of Brook Benton, best known for recording "Rainy Night in Georgia."
Kershaw County is a place where the strength of tradition and history mingle with the excitement of the present. Whether it's historic sightseeing, fishing on Lake Wateree, antique shopping, or even enjoying fine dining Kershaw County, SC will offer an unforgettable experience.
The third oldest continuously active polo field in the United States is in Camden. The annual steeplechase race, the Carolina Cup and the Colonial Cup, are popular social events held at Springdale Race Course.
Camden is South Carolina's oldest inland city.
West Columbia is across the river from downtown Columbia by the way of the Gervais Street bridge. This older community, chartered in 1894 as "Brookland", was built around a mill and a business district at Meeting and State Streets. The New Brookland Historic District is one of the most intact mill villages in the Southeast and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
West Columbia features stores, restaurants, and unique shops in its Vista West Area.