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  • Commission: Crimminger legal resident of Lancaster

    For years, Rick Crimminger has guided the group that determines whether a resident is a legal voter in Lancaster County. 

    But this week, the tables were turned. 

    Crimminger, chairman of the Lancaster County Voter Registration and Election Commission, appeared at a formal hearing Tuesday afternoon in which the commission discussed his residency status. 

    It unanimously ruled that he “meets the legal requirements to be a qualified elector in Lancaster County.” 

  • UW to host bike show

    You’re invited to come show off your bike at an event that will raise money for several local charities.
    United Way of Lancaster County is revving up for its first-ever Ride United Motorcycle Show, which will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 30 at the Lancaster County Fairgrounds.
    Proceeds will go toward its 2010-11 campaign goal of $400,000. About 88 percent has been raised so far.

  • Commission: Crimminger legal resident of Lancaster

    For years, Rick Crimminger has guided the group that determines whether a resident is a legal voter in Lancaster County.
    But this week, the tables were turned.
    Crimminger, chairman of the Lancaster County Voter Registration and Election Commission, appeared at a formal hearing Tuesday afternoon in which the commission discussed his residency status.
    It unanimously ruled that he “meets the legal requirements to be a qualified elector (voter) in Lancaster County.”

  • Gregory wins District 16 Senate seat

    Greg Gregory is heading back to familiar stomping grounds after winning his bid Tuesday to represent Lancaster and York counties in Columbia as the state senator for District 16.
    Gregory, a Republican from Lancaster, was one of three candidates vying for the District 16 seat vacated by U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney, a seat Gregory held from 1992 to 2008.
    Running largely on his prior experience, Gregory won by a landslide with 4,146 votes, a whopping 77.1 percent of the total vote.

  • IL Man dies in motorcycle wreck

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com

    An Indian Land man died Friday night after his motorcycle struck a utility pole near a neighborhood.
    Marcel Muller, 69, died from blunt force injuries due to a motorcycle accident, said Investigator Bryant with the Mecklenburg County Medical Examiner's office.
    The accident happened April 8 about 7:05 p.m. as the man was traveling north on Sun City Boulevard, said Trooper Billy Elder with the S.C. Highway Patrol.

  • Armed robber strikes convenience store


    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    Grainy footage from a security camera shows an armed robber stealing money from a Lancaster convenience store Saturday morning.
    Lancaster police officers are searching for the man who stole an unknown amount of money from the Westgate Exxon convenience store, at 1101 West Meeting St., on April 9.

  • Martha Claire Harper

     

    Martha Claire Harper

  • Rabies clinics under way

      Now is the time to get your four-legged friend protected from a potential rabies infection. 

  • Study seeks to help jobless

    More training and better job placement for unemployed workers, as well as improved communication between local organizations, are all recommendations from the county’s first workforce study. 

    The $20,000 study, commissioned by Lancaster County Council last fall to address unemployment and help find ways to put people back to work, was recently completed by Greenville-based marketing research and workforce development agency 10-x Group. 

  • Justice for All

    It took thousands of cubic yards of concrete, hundreds of thousands of bricks and several miles of electrical cables, but the county’s new courthouse is almost ready to open.

    Chad Catledge and Danny Mullis, the men behind the scenes of the courthouse construction, updated Lancaster County Council on Tuesday night about the building’s progress and what is still left to do.