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Faces and Places

  • Meet Your Neighbor – Christopher Blackmon

    Name: Christopher Blackmon
    Age: 19
    Address: Hampton Road
    Family: Mom; Karen Evans, and stepdad Greg Proctor  
    Pets: A dog, Chance
    Job: I attend the University of South Carolina at Lancaster and also work at Adopt-A-Leader.
    Church: North Corner AME Zion Church
    Hobbies: Singing, dancing, acting, rapping and reciting poetry.

  • Going for the Gold

    Summer is just around the corner, which means children will be looking for things to do outside.     

    Lancaster High School senior Holly Ellis may be 17, but she’s never forgotten how much fun a slide can be.

    Ellis is making sure that a special group of children have the chance for a little swing set adventure, too. 

    A member of Girl Scout Troop 3671, sponsored by St. Luke United Methodist Church, Ellis just completed a playground at Family Promise of Lancaster to earn the Girl Scout Gold Award.

  • Mining for Ghosts

    When it comes to things that go bump in the night, Jane Starr readily admits some of them can’t be explained.
    But they are out there, said Starr, the founder and lead investigator of Purely Paranormal Investigations.
    “If you take everything away that’s extraneous, what you have left is the truth,” Starr said during a paranormal workshop held at the Hot Box on Oct. 23.

  • Love is in "Bloom"

    Elizabeth Maxon believes the lives of orphans matter.

  • To mother with love
  • A Night To Remember

    "Happy Birthday is a victory song." The Theme for the 2010 Relay For Life. High-Five: Courtney Johnson, 18, greets cancer survivor Lorri Crawford during the opening lap at the 2010 Relay For Life walk at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster.

    Come on in: USCL Dean Dr. John Catalano reacts after taking a plunge in dunking booth from a pitch thrown by the Lancers baseball player Shawn Thomas.

    Hammer Time: Andrew Jackson High School senior Paul Harris, 18, takes out his frustrations on a clunker with a sledge hammer.

  • A beautiful sight