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KERSHAW – For more than a year, the town of Kershaw has been addressing the old Springs textile mill site, which town mayor Wayne Rhodes has called “problematic.”
A beautification project which brought new sidewalks, curbs and trees to Lancaster’s South Main Street has presented one property owner with a unique dilemma.
HEATH SPRINGS – The second annual No Shave November contest to raise $1,000 for Toys for Tots by Davis Neon is underway.
The National Weather Service has lifted the tornado watch that was in effect until 6 p.m. for Lancaster County.
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for 29 South Carolina counties including Lancaster, Chester and Fairfield and surrounding areas until 6 p.m. today, Nov. 17.
A driving under the influence charge against former S.C. House member Rep. Ted Vick was dismissed Oct. 29 due to a technicality.
Emergency personnel responded to three serious automobile accidents Wednesday morning, Nov. 12, one of which claimed the life of a Lancaster woman.
There was much banter at the Lancaster County Council meeting on Monday, Nov. 10, about rezoning for newly added manufactured homes at Poovey Farm and a development agreement for TreeTops in the Van Wyck community.
KERSHAW – Stevens Park, 200 Close Circle, is an 18.6 acre tract of natural woodland and park area donated to the town of Kershaw in the 1940s by the John T. Stevens family.
INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Fire Department is small by today’s standards, with five full time and 17 volunteer firefighters.
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