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Today's News

  • Lancaster man wins $1 million

    From Release

  • To be fair, Lancaster deserves its respect

    Fairness is one of the first lessons you learn in reporting. Give both sides.
    The recent CNN story about Lancaster, on the heels of the S.C. Republican Primary Jan. 21, wasn’t a true reflection of our town.

  • Super Bowl means super food

    If you have a little trouble finding a roll of antacid Monday, that’s to be expected.

    That’s because there is a 20 percent increase in the amount of antacid sold on the Monday after Super Bowl Sunday. According to the USDA, Super Bowl Sunday ranks second in food consumption to Thanksgiving.

    You can trace the spike in antacid sales to the 1.25 billion chicken wings, more than 100 tons of potato chips and 8 million pounds of guacamole that will be eaten when the New York Giants and New England Patriots play Super Bowl XLVI.

  • Police seek leads in assault

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    In the wake of a violent assault along Main Street last week, Lancaster Police Chief Harlean Howard is urging county residents to be more careful in their daily routines and to trust their gut in uncomfortable situations.

  • Visit ‘The Secret Garden’ this week

    By Nita Brown
    For The Lancaster News
    Hauntingly beautiful musical, great story, appealing to the whole family, professional-quality production. That’s how director Eric Grace describes the musical, “The Secret Garden,” now playing at Bundy Auditorium on the campus of the University of South Carolina Lancaster.
    The Community Playhouse of Lancaster County production first came to Lancaster under Grace’s direction in 2006, and returned this year when details couldn’t be finalized on “Beauty and the Beast.”

  • Volunteers lifeblood of any organization

    The Lancaster County Council of the Arts Board of Directors is excited to announce that our annual Arts Gala is Saturday, May 12, at the Carole Ray Dowling Health Services Center at the University of South Carolina Lancaster. If you aren’t an LCCA member and would like more information about the gala as soon as it is available, contact us.

    Mark your calendars now for this, and our other signature event, Ladies Night Out, which is April 19 at Edwards Scott House.

  • Commission approves rate increase for Duke Energy

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    The Public Service Commission of South Carolina (PSCSC) approved an average 5.98 percent rate increase for Duke Energy.
    The increase is well below the originally proposed 15 percent average rate increase decried by most private Lancaster residents who spoke during a PSCSC hearing on the matter in November.
    The new rates, approved by PSCSC commissioners during a meeting last week, increases residential rates by 7.1 percent, or roughly $6.25 on an average 1,000 kilowatt-hours-a-month home bill.

  • Man arrested for club shooting

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    Police arrested a Lancaster man last week for attempted murder in connection with the recent shooting of a man outside a nightclub.
    Lancaster Police Chief Harlean Howard said officers arrested Willie Ed Davis, 39, 416 Heath Circle, Jan. 25 in connection with the shooting, which happened five days earlier outside Self Control Brothers club, at 907 S. Market St.

  • IL man facing felony DUI

    INDIAN LAND – An Indian Land man could face up to 25 years in prison for drunk driving in connection with a fatal pickup truck accident on Harrisburg Road last month.
    William Justin Rigsbee, 28, of 3098 Sterling Court, is charged with felony DUI resulting in death and an uninsured vehicle fee violation, first offense. The charges stem from a Jan. 8 wreck that killed passenger Steven Lee Jones, 36, of Charlotte.

  • Lancers open 2012 season Saturday

     

       

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster will launch its fourth baseball season with a doubleheader against Stanly Community College of Albemarle, N.C., on Saturday.