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  • Joint council meeting canceled

     

    Joint council meeting canceled

    A joint meeting between Lancaster City and County Councils has been canceled. It was scheduled for Feb. 10 at 6 p.m. at Lancaster City Hall to discuss a proposed airport business park, but will be rescheduled for a later date. 

     

  • Republican candidates share views at forum

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    State taxes were mentioned early and often by the Republican candidates running for the open District 16 Senate seat.
    Those five candidates discussed tax rates, government restructuring and a host of other issues Monday evening during the Before You Vote forum, held in the multipurpose room at the Bradley Arts and Sciences Building at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster.

  • Rico Industries relocating

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    Lancaster County Council moved forward last week with plans to relocate a sports novelty company to the Heath Springs Industrial Park.
    Dubbed “Project Tag,” council first met in closed session at the beginning of its Feb. 1 meeting to discuss two ordinances and a resolution related to an economic development project.
    Council returned to open session about 15 minutes later and voted unanimously on all three items.

  • Local man dies in crash

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    A Lancaster man died after his car crashed into trees on the side of a road last weekend.
    Dennis William Brewer, 54, died Saturday night from blunt force trauma after his car hit two trees head-on, said Lancaster County Coroner Mike Morris. Brewer was pronounced dead at the scene.
    “His car ran off the right side of the road, sideswiped some trees and then hit other trees head-on,” Morris said.

  • Latest Streetscape phase completed

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Angie Brewer has mixed feelings about the outcome of the most recent Streetscape in Lancaster.
    The beautification project, which includes new sidewalks and curbing, recently wrapped up its latest phase – stretching from the railroad tracks on Main Street southward to Hartley’s Appliances and Collins Reality. Intersections include Emmons Street and Brooklyn Avenue.

  • Police looking for 2 women involved in assault last week

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Authorities are looking for two people accused of assaulting a Woodland Drive woman last week outside 903 Discount Beverage.
    The Lancaster Police Department issued arrest warrants Monday for Ashley Nicole Pope, 18, of 2103 Pardue St., and Jakenia Oceana Stevens, 19, of 1078 Old Landsford Road. Both have been charged with third degree assault and battery.
    Officers came to 903 Discount Beverage on Chesterfield Avenue about 4:40 p.m. Feb. 2 in response to a call about a group attack.

  • Lancaster man dies in weekend crash

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    A Lancaster man died after his car crashed into trees on the side of a road last weekend.
    Dennis William Brewer, 54, of Lancaster died Saturday night from blunt force trauma after his car hit two trees head-on, said Lancaster County Coroner Mike Morris. Brewer was pronounced dead at the scene.
    “His car ran off the right side of the road, sideswiped some trees and then hit other trees head-on,” Morris said.

  • Lancaster County selected to receive state scholarship

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    A recently announced scholarship could help one lucky high school senior with tuition costs as they head to college this fall.
    The S.C. Association of Counties, a state organization representing county government in South Carolina, has announced that Lancaster County was selected as one of the recipients for its annual scholarship program.

  • Doubt lingers

     

  • Waste Management addresses landfill project, touts benefits

    Most of the major players in a controversial landfill project have become well known over the last few weeks, though a new voice added to the mix this week.

    One day before Griffin Brothers Enterprises, owners of Mining Road Landfill near S.C. 903, withdrew an application to expand their property to include a Class 3 solid waste landfill, a representative from Waste Management weighed in on the project.