Stepping to the microphone, Indian Land resident Jane Tanner told Lancaster County Council on Monday, June 8, how important a temporary rezoning moratorium for the Panhandle would be for the future growth of the area.
A study released this week in the June issue of Health Affairs, a health-care policy journal, listed Springs Memorial Hospital as one of the 50 hospitals in the United States that charge the most for medical services to uninsured patients.
Lancaster City Council’s first reading of its 2015-16 fiscal-year budget at the Tuesday, June 9 meeting was postponed when Councilwoman Tamara Green Garris asked city Finance Director James Absher about “new stuff” added in.
A Lancaster man who failed to appear for his trial earlier this month on charges of burglary and grand larceny was found by deputies and eventually opted to plead guilty before a Circuit Court judge Friday, June 5.
INDIAN LAND – Enjoying free ice cream, popcorn, and huge slices of chocolate cake topped with whipped cream, about 100 people gathered at Walnut Creek Tuesday, June 9, to celebrate the opening of the Carolina Thread Trail.