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  • What happened to the Van Wyck camp for at-risk kids?

    By now, the arguments by opponents of residential development of the TreeTops property on Van Wyck Road are well-known: potential stresses on infrastructure and schools, frustrations with unresponsive county officials and the property’s legacy as a camp for impoverished children.

  • Hold-up nets three arrests

    CHESTER – Three men, including one from Lancaster, have been arrested in the armed robbery of McDonald’s in Richburg on Nov. 25. 

    The Chester County Sheriff's Office has charged Ricky Lee Gordon, 27, and Roderick Grady Gordon, 20, both of Chester, and Jarquaveus Marsenio Washington, 24, address unknown, of Lancaster, with armed robbery/robbery while armed with or allegedly armed with a deadly weapon.

  • Guilty plea for man who shot, killed ex-girlfriend

    Almost a year after her murder, Robert Landry still keeps his daughter, Sierra Landry, close to his heart.

    That’s because part of her ashes are in a cross he wears on his chest.

    Tanner Crolley, the man responsible for putting that necklace around Robert Landry’s neck, pleaded guilty to her death inside the Lancaster County Courthouse on Friday, Dec. 5. Sierra Landry, 18, was shot and killed Dec. 30, 2013. 

    Her body was found in a yard on Everall Road, a crime that Crolley, 19, confessed to. 

  • No more roads in county system?

    After years of heated debates about the acceptance of new roads into the county's road system, a plan to close the system for good is one step closer to reality following a vote by county officials late last month. 

  • Romarco delays hiring at Haile Gold Mine

    KERSHAW – It may take just a little longer to get hired for the scheduled mining project at the Haile Gold Mine.

  • Hospice provides ‘Hope for the Holidays’

    Home Care & Hospice of Lancaster Chaplain Frankie Melton smiled as he expressed how grief was going to be replaced with overwhelming joy Tuesday, Dec. 2 at Immanuel Baptist Church.

  • ‘A New Day’

    COLUMBIA – Jay Lucas was thankful of his colleague’s support when they elected him speaker of the S.C. House of Representatives on Tuesday, Dec. 2. 

  • Lucas sets positive changes

    During his opening remarks on Tuesday, Dec. 2, S.C. House Speaker Jay Lucas urged his fellow legislators to set these five personal priorities in the upcoming session:

  • Right place, right time

    An elderly couple was led to safety by sheriff's deputies early Sunday morning minutes after their home caught fire and only moments before an explosion blew the doors off the structure. 

  • Foxhole to limit S.C. trash?

    After more than a year and a half, Lancaster County has yet to finalize the purchase of property in Indian Land to build a new recycling and household waste collection center for the county’s largest community.