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Today's News

  • Summer lunch program starts May 29

    Lancaster County School District

    Lancaster County School District will operate the USDA Summer Food Service Program, providing free meals for ages 18 and younger from May 29 through June 14.

    Sites include: Andrew Jackson Middle School, 6865 Kershaw Camden Highway, Kershaw; A.R. Rucker Middle School, 422 Old Dixie Road; and South Middle School, 1551 Billings Drive. All sites are closed on Friday except for June 1.

  • Williams signs with

     

       

    On A.J. Williams’ final day at Lancaster High School, the Bruins’ star linebacker did something for his future.

  • Carson claims exciting Champion Race Helmets Pure Street special

     

       

    Jesse Carson posted an exciting win to capture the Champion Race Helmets Pure Street special on Saturday night at Lancaster Motor Speedway.

  • A few reflections on 35 years at The News

     

       

  • Warriors fall in state bid

     

       

    COLUMBIA – Indian Land’s sterling soccer season ended in a day of disappointment.

  • DHEC meeting on Pressley’s frustrates Indian Land residents

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com

    INDIAN LAND – Officials with the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) met with Indian Land residents Tuesday, May 15, to discuss its actions against a local recycler.
    Pressley’s Recycling Center, 9531 Charlotte Highway, has been the focus of unwanted attention since residents’ complaints late last year led to a Dec. 16 DHEC compliance letter regarding regulatory violations.

  • Educators deserve honors in Hall

    The Lancaster County School District Hall of Fame, in keeping with the tradition of honoring the work of past top educators, has added four deserving members with the 2012 class.
    The elite four includes the late Peter Barry, Charles Clark, Mary Mackey Robertson and Walter Lee Tillman.
    Each did plenty to promote education in Lancaster County and earn a special place in Lancaster County education history.

  • Passion, love for EMS a career calling

    My mother was very sick during most of my childhood. She had colon cancer. My first experience with EMS was when I was very young and EMS had to come to our home and take my mom to Columbia because she was so ill. I remember watching the medics and thinking how smart they were and how wonderfully they cared for her. At that time I knew I wanted to be a medic.

  • EMS a rewarding experience, career

    My start in EMS began when I joined the Unity Volunteer Fire Department. My chief was Dennis Robinson. Dennis was so cool during the most devastating disasters. He never got excited. He was not only a fire chief, but a hazardous material specialist, rescue-certified in many fields and an EMT basic. When I completed my fire training, I wanted to be like Chief Robinson and learn everything I could about fire and EMS.

  • Bundy wanted to help those in need

    I      was working on tugboats on the Intracoastal Waterway when we heard a call over the radio from the boat in front of us.
    “Tug Royal engineer, my husband has fallen behind the wheel and is unconscious. I don’t know what to do.”
    We pulled over to the boat and performed CPR on the man until the Coast Guard and Marine Corps helicopter arrived.