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With the end of the year in sight, University of South Carolina Lancaster students, staff and faculty took some time to relax this week during the annual Spring Fling & Distinguished Teaching Award Celebration on Tuesday, April 22.
The 2014 Red Rose Festival poster features artistic elements that show the city of Lancaster is ready for some much-deserved fun in the summer sun.
A man is recovering from his injuries after he was shot in the leg outside a Lancaster home late Wednesday night, April 23.
A group of Lancaster residents were scared, but unharmed, after a man drove by their home and fired several gunshots out a car window earlier this month.
Lancaster Police Department officers responded to three recent fights, one between a father and son partying at home, one at a party at the American Legion and one at a house party.
An early-morning traffic stop along the 1400 block of Grace Avenue ended with a woman killed in an officer-involved shooting on Thursday, April 24, though details about the incident remain sketchy.
Imagine walking along a well-manicured sidewalk on U.S. 521 in the Panhandle, with uniform brick buildings set back from the road and surrounded by rows of trees.
An updated enrollment projection study of the Indian Land attendance area offers a sobering glimpse of the consequences Panhandle growth is expected to have on the future of area schools.
South Carolina fuel prices have steadily increased since hitting a low of $3.07 on Feb. 10.
Using photos from a convenience store surveillance camera, investigators are hoping to find a man who robbed a clerk earlier this month.
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