Local News

  • Carolina Stadium is now Founders Park

    Founder Federal Credit Union

  • IL man reports being pistol whipped, robbed

    An Indian Land man told Lancaster County deputies he was pistol whipped and robbed on a back road in the North Corner community earlier this month.
    According to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report, the 30-year-old Indian Land man and a 22-year-old friend, also of Indian Land, met deputies at the QT store at Charlotte Highway and Collins Road about 1:30 a.m. Oct. 4 to report the crime.

  • Hunter shoots Heath Springs man’s hogs

    A Heath Springs man who lives in the 2500 block of Norseman Road told deputies Oct. 16 a stranger shot two of his pigs while deer hunting on a neighbor’s property.
    According to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report, the 50-year-old man said he was mending the fence on his pigsty when he heard three shots in the distance followed
    by the sound of pigs squealing.
    The man said he set off heading toward his neighbor’s property in the direction of the noise and two bleeding pigs ran by him.

  • Man robbed of money, shoes

    A Lancaster man told Lancaster County deputies an acquaintance robbed him of his money and new shoes then put him out to walk home.
    According to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report, the 19-year-old victim told deputies an acquaintance from Fort Lawn called the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 20, saying he hadn’t seen him in a while and wanted to stop by.

  • Thousands of guns found in Pageland home

    Kimberly Harington
    Landmark News Services

  • City events feature creatures, arts, family fun

    If you’re one of those ghoulish souls who loves Halloween, then downtown Lancaster is the place for you this weekend with two big events guaranteed to satisfy your inner monster: Night of the Living Arts and Boo Fun Fest.
    Night of the Living Arts Friday, Oct. 30, is the Lancaster County Council for the Arts’ annual fall adult art crawl, an artistic evening of haunting fun spread out among participating downtown businesses, galleries and organizations.

  • Kershaw drops plan to buy old Springs Mill site

    KERSHAW – There won’t be any buyer’s remorse by Kershaw Town Council when it comes to purchasing the old Springs Mills property bordered by Hampton and Matson streets.
    That’s because it’s backing out of the proposed purchase.
    After meeting behind closed doors for a briefing at its Monday, Oct. 19, meeting, council came into open section and voted unanimously not to pursue buying the 9.1-acre tract on the north side of the town limits.

  • City opts for early payoff

    Members of Lancaster City Council approved first reading of a measure at their Oct. 13 meeting, to double up on two debts to build up cash reserves for another pressing issue that must be dealt with.
    Without a single word, council unanimously voted to spend $330,000 to pay off loans early that funded 2010 improvements to the solid waste transfer station and its share of construction costs of the University of South Carolina Lancaster Native American Studies Center (NASC) on South Main Street.

  • Protecting the flock

    The only bloodstains to have a prominent place in Christian houses of worship in Lancaster County should belong on nail-scarred images of the son of God, and local law enforcement is working hard to keep it that way.

  • Missing woman found in Matthews

    UPDATE: Mrs. Leach was found in Matthews shortly before 7 p.m. Tuesday evening, Oct. 27.

    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help locating a missing woman with severe dementia who was last seen in Indian Land.