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Local News

  • City to take over John D. Wylie Park

    Lancaster has a new park thanks to City Council’s approval Tuesday, April 8, of a request from Forest Hills residents to take over the neighborhood’s John D. Wylie Memorial Park 

  • Wells yields football duties at Buford

    The 2014 Buford High School football season will mark the start of a new era for the Yellow Jackets.

  • More than a piece of paper

    Doing the right thing and doing it the right way.

  • County jobless rate falls

    The most recent unemployment rate for Lancaster County has dropped again, mirroring the biggest one-month drop in South Carolina since officials started tracking data in 1976. 

  • Arthur Smith remained true to his roots

    Friends and family laid to rest former Kershaw resident and radio, television and music legend Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith during a private ceremony in Charlotte on Monday, April 7. 

  • LCEDC discusses spec building grant

     Christopher Sardelli

    csardelli@thelancasternews.com 

    Local economic development officials are hoping a state spec building grant could eventually help attract new companies to Lancaster County. 

    Application for a $350,000 rural product development initiative grant, which is available through a S.C. Department of Commerce program, was presented as a possible resolution during Lancaster County Council’s meeting on March 24. 

  • Moore honored at Boy Scout banquet

     Denyse Clark

    dclark@thelancasternews.com

    The Palmetto Council of Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Lancaster held its Golden Eagle Dinner on Tuesday, April 1, at the University of South Carolina Lancaster Bradley Arts & Sciences Building.

    The purpose for the annual event was twofold: to raise funds for scouts to attend camps and to honor a distinguished member of the community with a top-level service award in scouting.

  • Council talks grants for Keer

     Christopher Sardelli

    csardelli@thelancasternews.com 

    Now that a major textile manufacturer has formally announced its plans to move to Indian Land, officials have secured a grant to help with infrastructure upgrades at no cost to the county.

  • Four educators chosen for local Education Hall of Fame

     Lancaster County School District

    One was a gifted band director whose bands and orchestras were known for excellence across the state and region.

    One was a principal whose work as a science teacher, guidance counselor and principal was characterized by his fairness and by his love for his students.  

  • Two upcoming rabies clinics

    Two rabies clinics are set for this week:

    u April 8, at the old Winn Dixie (behind Arby’s) 920 N. Main St., 6 to 7:30 p.m.

    u April 10, at Camp Creek Baptist Church, 2386 Camp Creek Road, 6 to 7:30 p.m.

    The cost is $5 per shot and yearly shots for cats and dogs are $16 each. For details, call Faulkner Animal Hospital at (803) 286-8131.