Today's News

  • Expanding the Performing Arts Series

    Famed musical acts such as The Four Tops and The Manhattans have rocked Bundy Auditorium in the past – putting on high-energy shows and giving people something to talk about for years.
    However, with these two acts, and most others in the local Performing Arts Series, there are many people who wanted to be there, but couldn't afford it.
    A $50 admission ticket is simply too much for some folks to pay.

  • Hoffman awarded for caregiving duties

    Nita Brown
    For The Lancaster News
    Inspirational, touching or heartbreaking – these are words often used to describe the stories of caregivers. With more than 65 million caregivers in America today, you probably know one yourself – or you may be one.
    On Aug. 27, Karen Hoffman of Lancaster was recognized for her care giving duties when she was presented the local 2011 Family Caregiver of the Year Award.

  • Putting ‘fun’ in fundraising

    The Lancaster Rotary Club knows fundraising is best done fun.
    That’s why the group of Lancaster’s finest community and business leaders and a few visitors got together Thursday to kick off the club’s seventh annual Rotary Football Classic.
    Rotarian Don Gardner, who organized the fundraiser along with fellow Rotarians Cari Threatt and Brad Small, said the idea was to have a fundraiser that was fun, would encourage interaction between members and benefit local non-profits.
    And everyone – all 70 club members – got involved.

  • Lancaster High swimmers sweep in road tri-meet

    The Lancaster High School swim team swept to a pair of wins in a three-way meet earlier this week.

    The Bruins topped the field with 198 points followed by Northwestern’s 151 and York’s 63.

  • Jackets swarm Panthers



  • LHS volleyball making strides



    Lancaster High School third-year volleyball coach Betsi O’Shields sees progress with her Lady Bruins’ team and hopes for more success this fall.

  • Lady Vols to build on net success



    Andrew Jackson High School second-year volleyball coach John Verdugo said the Lady Vols face a challenge this fall.

  • Three games reset



    A heavy thunderstorm Friday night played havoc with the bulk of the Lancaster County high school football schedule for week two.

  • Marion Ross McClanahan, 57

    Marion Ross McClanahan, 57

    Marion Ross McClanahan, 57, died Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011.  

    She was the daughter of Gertrude Stewart and the late Lewis Hood.

    Survivors include three sons, Marcell McClanahan of Fort Mill, Christopher McClanahan and Jonathan McClanahan of Lancaster; her mother of Lancaster; three sisters, Blondella Ross of Rock Hill, Norma   Chambers of Charlotte and Yvonne McClanahan of Van Wyck; a brother, Percell Ross of Waxhaw, N.C.; and six grandchildren.

  • Ira T. “JR” Bailey Jr., 71

    Ira T. “JR” Bailey Jr., 71 

    Ira T. ‘JR’ Bailey Jr., 71, died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011, surrounded by his family, at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital in Roanoke, Va.