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Man takes cops on wild chase through town

By Reece Murphy

A 19-year-old Rock Hill man and an acquaintance were arrested late last month after a wild incident that included a fight, shots fired, a car chase, two hit-and-runs – one involving the suspect’s vehicle, another wrecked vehicle and a building – and an unsuccessful ploy to deceive police.


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School board sets 2015-16 calendar

By Reece Murphy

Lancaster County school board members laid the framework for next school year during their meeting Feb. 24 with approval of the 2015-16 school year calendar.


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Barred owl expected to recover after city police officers ‘give a hoot,’ rescue bird struck by car

Owl’s well that ends well

By Denyse Clark

Hearing that police officers have come to the aid of someone in distress is fairly common. After all, that’s their job.


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Leaders discuss budgets, education at legislative breakfast

Failed bonds, eggs, hot biscuits, and hot topics

By Chris Sardelli

Between bites of scrambled eggs and hot biscuits, a large crowd listened intently to a panel discussion amongst several state and national leaders Friday morning, March 13. 


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Three pages wrong in today's issue

An apology to our readers

By The Staff

Due to an honest-to-goodness snafu, three pages in today's, March 13, edition of The Lancaster News are incorrect. 

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Officials talk bylaws memo, audit requests

More LCEDC issues come to forefront

By Chris Sardelli

County officials continue to shine a light on the workings and structure of the Lancaster County Economic Development Corp., following several concerns raised during two meetings earlier this week.

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Lancaster County Council denies severance payment

By Chris Sardelli

There are more questions than answers about a vote county officials made earlier this week following an executive session about a confidential personnel matter.

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Stone Theatres

Coming soon to Indian Land: Multiplex theater

Although it’s not yet time to line up to buy popcorn, by fall 2016, Indian Land residents will be able to go to the movies without leaving the area. 

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Four department heads no longer have to live in city limits

City council waives residency requirement

By Denyse Clark

During an August 2014 Lancaster County Comprehensive Plan update meeting, Bryan Tuttle, executive vice president/co-owner of Coldwell Banker Commercial, The Tuttle Company, said about Lancaster folks, “If you plan right, you have an end goal and manage how they shop, live and work.”

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DHEC concerned that dam breach at local pond could damage downstream road

Kendlewood Drive closed to through traffic

By Reece Murphy

The S.C. Department of Transportation has temporarily closed Kendlewood Drive in the Unity community to through traffic, due to the potential for flooding from a damaged pond.

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