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  • Driver collides with horse

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    A Kershaw man is recovering from his injuries after the car he was driving collided with a horse late Monday night.
    The accident happened at 9:05 p.m. on S.C. 157, on a portion of the road also known as Arbor Drive, said S.C. Highway Patrol Cpl.  Billy Elder. The collision involved one car and the horse.
    Elder said Larry Taylor, 57, of Charlie Johnson Road in Kershaw, was traveling west on S.C. 157 in a 2004 Dodge Neon four-door when the accident happened.

  • Woman threatened to kill forester

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    A Lancaster County woman may face charges after reportedly threatening to kill a utility worker last week.
    A Duke Energy utility forester told a sheriff’s deputy he was cutting and trimming trees under the power lines in a right-of-way on Wild Rose Lane shortly after 10 a.m. Dec. 30.

  • Man bites another man during assault

    Local authorities are still looking for a man who bit another man during an assault the week before Christmas, according to reports.
    The attack was reported after midnight Dec. 18. Several Lancaster police officers spoke with the victim just after the assault at a home in the 100 block of Hunter Street, according to a police department incident report.

  • District seeks Education Hall of Fame nominations

    Lancaster County School District
    Lancaster County School District is accepting 2012 nominations for its Education Hall of Fame.
    The deadline for nominations is Feb. 6. Education Hall of Fame inductees are traditionally announced during the district’s Celebration of Excellence banquet in the spring.
    Nominees may be former teachers, administrators, board members or community members who have made significant contributions to the district through their work as civic leaders, politicians or as “friends of education.”

  • Community turns out to support Habitat

    Nita Brown
    For The Lancaster News
    Residents throughout Lancaster County turned out to celebrate New Year’s and support Habitat for Humanity of Lancaster County.
    Pamela Giardiello, chairwoman of Habitat for Humanity of Lancaster County, said she is grateful for the support of the “Topping Out” New Year’s Eve fundraiser at the Fairway Room on Dec. 31.
    Habitat’s mission is to provide affordable homes for lower-income families in Lancaster County.

  • New state laws in effect for 2012

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    A cap on lawsuit awards, immigration checks for employees and photo IDs to register a new vehicle top the list of new South Carolina laws that went into effect Sunday, Jan. 1.
    Tort reform
    The S.C. Fairness in Civil Justice Act of 2011, signed into law by Gov. Nikki Haley on June 14, 2011, limits punitive damages in most civil lawsuits to $500,000 or three times the actual damages, whichever is greater.
    The law only affects new lawsuits filed after Jan. 1 and allows for exceptions.

  • Store robbed Friday

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    No arrests have been made in the Friday night armed robbery of a Meeting Street gas station.
    An officer came to the Westgate Exxon shortly after 8:30 p.m. to talk with the store clerk, who said she was robbed at gunpoint about 10 minutes prior, according to a Lancaster Police Department incident report.
    The clerk was in the cooler stocking drinks when a man entered the store.
    The man had his back toward the clerk when she walked behind the counter and tried to assist him, the report said.

  • Santa delivers cheer by firetruck

    Michele Roberts
    For The Lancaster News
    INDIAN LAND – Santa took time out of his busy schedule Christmas Eve to accompany the Pleasant Valley and Indian Land fire departments for the 20th year of the Panhandle Project, which distributes Christmas gifts and other goodies to local families in need.
    Volunteers gathered at the Pleasant Valley Fire Department early Dec. 24 to load presents and food boxes onto the firetrucks, which were bound for the homes of 28 families in the panhandle area of Lancaster County.

  • Bernice Clyburn Carelock, 85

    Bernice Clyburn Carelock, 85

  • Bernice Clyburn Carelock, 85

    Bernice Clyburn Carelock, 85