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Looking forward is an ongoing pursuit among educators, a cycle of planning, action and appraisal, one year’s efforts defined and advanced over a matter of months and years.
Now that the ball has dropped in Times Square and 2015 has officially begun, county officials are looking forward to a host of new companies, projects and initiatives in the new year.
With talk of repeat offenders and violent crime dominating headlines in 2014, local law enforcement leaders are planning several strategies to help cut down crime and put more criminals behind bars in 2015.
The city of Lancaster anticipates great happenings in 2015.
An inmate was found dead of in a Municipal Justice Center jail cell late Wednesday, Dec. 31, hours after he was arrested on disorderly conduct and drug charges.
County officials did not mince words when they issued a resolution last month expressing concern with the condition of several roads within the Sun City Carolina Lakes development in Indian Land.
INDIAN LAND – Christmas came early for Paws in the Panhandle animal rescue thanks to an unexpected anonymous donation to its thrift store PAWSitively Thrifty.
A woman who attempted to rob a local fast food restaurant and then drove away earlier this month is still at large.
When Sony pictures briefly pulled “The Interview” from nationwide theaters due to possible threats from North Korea, Crown Cinema owner James Trivett was among those upset.
A well-known, community-active, local sorority has plans to educate the community about an important health care issue that involves the entire nation.
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