Nic Jones, WLTX

Nic Jones


Columbia, SC, United States

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Recent articles by Nic:

People make Memorial Day plans as the Palmetto State continues to reopen

Street Squad asked people what their plans were for the Memorial Day Weekend- and if the coronavirus is changing where and what they will do. → Read More

Batesburg-Leesville Community honors Class of 2020 with Panther Prowl Parade

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Lexington Three had to change a senior tradition to make sure every member of the Class of 2020 was celebrated. → Read More

Attractions gear up to open Memorial Day Weekend

Flight Deck is Lexington says they will be following DHEC and CDC guidelines to make sure the arcade is sanitized and ready for the community to enjoy safely. → Read More

Trooper urge drivers to be more aware behind the wheel this Memorial Day Weekend

As businesses and attractions have started to reopen, there's been an increase in traffic. Troopers have issued 5,000 traffic violations in the past several months. → Read More

Mission Lexington helping people pay utility bills during the coronavirus pandemic

Folks can get in contact with the crisis ministry's social services department to apply for help. → Read More

The COMET resumes route to Batesburg-Leesville on Thursday

After the route wasn't running for two months, The COMET Transportation says the bus running to Batesburg-Leesville will begin on Thursday, May 21st. → Read More

As NASCAR returns, Darlington businesses see an economic boost

Race teams at the track and fans in the area have been coming to Darlington restaurants to get meals, and it's helping the local economy. → Read More

SC flexes its muscles as gyms reopen, much to owners, members delight

Gym members still have to follow social distancing guidelines. → Read More

Salons getting booked as they begin to reopen

Both employees and customers at Cho On Main will have their temperatures checked before coming into the building. → Read More

West Columbia company making millions of face shields for frontline workers

So far, Z-Verse has delivered more than 3 million face shields to front line workers in South Carolina and across the country. → Read More

Brookland-Cayce seniors walk across graduation stage

Seniors were able to walk across the stage in front of their families and friends on Brookland-Cayce High School's football field. → Read More

West Columbia food service providing thousands of meals for frontline workers

Primal Gourmet in West Columbia has provided nearly 4,200 meals for frontline workers during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Midlands divided on reopening South Carolina, citing economy, health concerns

People in downtown Columbia gave their thoughts on whether they believe businesses should be reopening or not. → Read More

Salons prepare to reopen next week

Many salons on working on cleaning and providing necessary sanitation equipment for when they reopen on May 18th. → Read More

Lexington County taking several precautions for voting while pandemic continues

Poll workers have been taking several precautions to help with the pandemic. Voters are being asked to absentee vote if they are in fear of the coronavirus. → Read More

AccelerateSC officials discuss oversight on spending and reaching out to rural communities

Committees discussed how the state should spread information to rural communities, getting equipment for healthcare offices, and how to have oversight over funds. → Read More

Columbia runners come together to honor Ahmaud Arbery

Runners in Columbia and across the country ran 2.23 miles to honor Ahmaud Arbery, who was killed while jogging in a Georgia neighborhood on February 23 → Read More

How the Town of Lexington business loan program would work

If approved by town council, property tax for Town of Lexington businesses and residents would decrease by 21 percent. → Read More

Local meat farmers working together to get through pandemic

Farmers are joining forces at farmers markets by sharing tents so they will all have enough supply. → Read More

Lexington School District Two buys property in Town of Springdale

The school district bought around 26 acres of land to have "for any long-range district plans." → Read More