• 9th annual RAO Ride set for Saturday

    Jesef Williams
    An event that remembers those who’ve lost their lives in the line of duty is expected to be better than ever this year.
    The ninth annual RAO Ride (Remembering All Officers) will be held Saturday at The Hot Box, 106 Elm. St., in Lancaster.

  • Saturday is a day for the animals

    From Release
    The Humane Society of Lancaster SC and the Lancaster Animal Shelter are partnering to have an adoption and donation day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Lancaster Animal Shelter on Kennel Drive.

  • Carolina Gateway offers paid subscriptions

    Staff reports
    Carolina Gateway is now offering paid subscriptions for readers who live outside of Indian Land.
    The publication will remain free to Indian Land residents within the 29707 ZIP code.
    Access to the publication’s website, www.carolinagatewayonline.com, will also remain free to all, including a complete e-edition so users may read every page, just as they would when receiving the product.
    Beginning with the June 1 edition, Carolina Gateway will also begin charging 75 cents for single copies in its racks.

  • Robert Lee Grier Sr, 63

    Robert Lee Grier Sr, 63

    Robert Lee Grier Sr, 63, died Tuesday, May 31, 2011.   

    He was the son of Jack and Alberta Patterson Grier. He was married to Sandra B. Grier.

  • Store clerk robbed at gunpoint

    A clerk at a Lancaster convenience store was robbed at gunpoint late Wednesday night. 

    Lancaster County sheriff's deputies responded to North Corner Grocery, located at 3647 Charlotte Highway, only minutes after a man held up the clerk and took an undisclosed amount of money, according to a sheriff's office incident report.

  • Never forget

    Jesef Williams
    KERSHAW – The American flag stood tall for all to see while the sounds of patriotism filled the air at First Baptist Church in Kershaw.
    The church organist rendered one selection after another, creating a suitable mix of spiritual hymns and patriotic songs on this special occasion. The lyrics and the reflection that was later shared made it all complete.

  • Officers seek murder suspect

    Christopher Sardelli
    Authorities are searching for a man they believe shot and killed another man early Sunday morning.
    The Lancaster Police Department issued a warrant for murder later that day for Quanell Marquan McIlwain, 21, 807 W. Meeting St., though officers are still searching for McIlwain.
    According to a police department press release, officers are investigating McIlwain in connection with a shooting death that happened in the 1700 block of Pardue Street shortly after 4 a.m. Sunday.

  • LAPS prayer march June 4

    Jesef Williams
    A group of Lancaster residents who remain highly concerned about crime are asking you to take part in their upcoming anti-violence event.
    Lancaster Alternative Policing Strategy (LAPS) and the Lancaster Police Department are sponsoring a prayer march, which will be held Saturday.
    The march will begin at 10 a.m. at Eastside Academy, 610 E. Meeting St., Lancaster. The theme is “Taking back our neighborhoods. Breaking the strongholds.”

  • Fairy tale will come to life at USCL

    By Nita Brown
    For the Lancaster News
    The folks at the Performing Arts Series have found a way to make good entertainment available and affordable to families in Lancaster.
    On June 5, the Sunday matinee series kicks off with two performances of the Terradiddle Players’ production of “The Commedia Princess and the Pea” in the Bundy Auditorium at the University of South Carolina Lancaster.

  • USCL receives grant from Duke Energy Foundation

    University of South Carolina Lancaster
    The University of South Carolina Lancaster received a grant from the Duke Energy Foundation for $7,500 to upgrade, replace and augment its chemistry lab equipment.
    The grant will be used to add equipment such as top-loading balances, analytical balances, melting pot apparatuses and other equipment to the chemistry department.
    This will allow students to conduct more efficient lab exercises, thus making them more comfortable and competent with the equipment.