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  • Brown Crenshaw Jr. pleads guilty

    Ezra Brown Crenshaw Jr. kept his answers short and simple as he stood before Circuit Court Judge DeAndrea G. Benjamin and pleaded guilty on Monday morning, July 14. 

    Clad in a dark suit with a red and white striped tie, Crenshaw, 42, listened inside a courtroom at the Lancaster County Courthouse as 6th Circuit Solicitor Doug Barfield read the charges against him, including 10 counts of forgery and six counts of breach of trust with fraudulent intent. Barfield explained that he had dismissed six other counts of forgery. 

  • From martial arts to monkey hats

     Karate, fashion design, movie making and a whole lot more is going on this month at the Summer Fun Arts & Sciences Camps sponsored by the Lancaster County Council of the Arts (LCCA).  

    In the next three weeks, elementary school students, ages 4 to 12, can attend these camps countywide.

    At the Lancaster camp at Covenant Baptist Church on Wednesday, July 9, Aaron Mabry, 8, was enjoying the fun with other young campers in a karate class led by sensei Connie Funderburk.

  • County will phase out Lancaster, IL rescue squads

    Lancaster County will phase out operations by its two rescue squads in coming months in favor of rescue services provided by local fire departments.

  • Jury deadlocks in Kershaw armed robbery case

    It appears prosecutors will have to prepare their case again against a Kershaw man charged with armed robbery after a jury in the case became deadlocked last month, forcing a mistrial. 

  • Waffle House customer charged in attempted holdup

    A Waffle House waitress was shocked, but uninjured, after a Charlotte woman demanded money from a cash register during the early morning hours of  Tuesday, July 8.

  • Former sheriff arrested in Rock Hill

    ROCK HILL – Former Lancaster County Sheriff Johnny Cauthen turned himself in to Rock Hill police Thursday, July 10 after being charged with vandalism of two neighbors' property with slingshot pellets, marbles and paintballs. 

  • 'He was my heart'

    Casting his gaze toward the small, white house where his three-year-old grandson Logan Cox lived, Jimmy Clevinger doesn’t know how he’ll ever go back inside again. 

  • Creighton raises $1,900 for FCA mission trip

    Dalton Creighton left Charlotte Douglas International Airport early Tuesday, July 8, headed for the Dominican Republic thanks to $1,900 in local contributions received in less than a week.

  • Woman dies in Fort Lawn accident

    FORT LAWN – A Lancaster woman was killed in an early morning accident on Monday, July 7, when she crossed the center line and struck another vehicle head-on, according to the S.C. Highway Patrol.

  • Police officers hit by vehicle

    A manhunt is underway for a Lancaster man wanted for striking two officers with his car at the site of a traffic collision Sunday, July 6.