Local Living: Celebrate Juneteenth in the Midlands, community cleanup in Cayce this week and more!
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives needs your help finding whoever was involved in an explosion in Irmo last year. Authorities released a photo of a vehicle that was seen in the area at the time of the explosion.
The mayor hopes the park will see the addition of retail space, a multipurpose pavilion and possibly a farmers market.
Mayor Walker says the weekend is not complete without trying some fried okra.
“Billy was just a magnificent person who touched a lot of people’s lives,” he said. “He’s going to be missed.”
Residents in Irmo will soon have some new options when it comes to outdoor entertainment. This morning, Irmo Mayor Barry Walker and other officials broke ground on a new ten acre park project that will include a community garden, a dog park and a skate park.
You can take your appetite to Irmo this weekend for Food Truck Friday!
The mayor of Irmo wants to help at-risk youth in the area with a new program launching soon. Friday, Irmo Mayor Barry Walker announced plans for what he calls a youth focused crime fighting program.
A newly-renovated historic African American cemetery has been re-dedicated. The Upper Pine Grove Cemetery had become overgrown with vegetation, and officials say was once a popular late night gathering place for kids. The Harbison Community Association cleaned the cemetery up.
Neighbors in one Irmo community will be volunteering later this month to clean up areas still damaged from the flood of 2015.