Today's News

  • Police looking for 2 women involved in assault last week

    Jesef Williams
    Authorities are looking for two people accused of assaulting a Woodland Drive woman last week outside 903 Discount Beverage.
    The Lancaster Police Department issued arrest warrants Monday for Ashley Nicole Pope, 18, of 2103 Pardue St., and Jakenia Oceana Stevens, 19, of 1078 Old Landsford Road. Both have been charged with third degree assault and battery.
    Officers came to 903 Discount Beverage on Chesterfield Avenue about 4:40 p.m. Feb. 2 in response to a call about a group attack.

  • Blue Hose sign Williams



    Indian Land High School football standout Breyon Williams came all the way back to take his game to the next level.

  • Warriors sweep by Braves




    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land Warriors returned home and rebounded in a big way to sweep a Region IV-AA basketball win over Cheraw on Saturday night.

  • Dillon Crook has deep racing roots

    With the coming of the 2011 racing season at Lancaster Motor Speedway,  Michael Knight, The Lancaster News’ racing correspondent Michael Knight will be doing question and answer features with a host of Lancaster Motor Speedway drivers over the next few weeks.

    The feature driver this week is Young Guns Division’s Dillon Crook.

  • Lancaster man dies in weekend crash

    Christopher Sardelli
    A Lancaster man died after his car crashed into trees on the side of a road last weekend.
    Dennis William Brewer, 54, of Lancaster died Saturday night from blunt force trauma after his car hit two trees head-on, said Lancaster County Coroner Mike Morris. Brewer was pronounced dead at the scene.
    “His car ran off the right side of the road, sideswiped some trees and then hit other trees head-on,” Morris said.

  • Washington: Crazy as you possibly think

    I’ve been struggling with a way to best summarize my first month as a new Congressman.  After all, it has been extraordinarily busy at many levels, from committee assignments to our first meetings, to getting our first district office open, to starting the weekly commute back and forth (and the special fun of trying to fly home during a blizzard).  

  • Moore deserves chance

    The move by Andrew Jackson High School officials to make David Moore the Volunteers’ head football coach minus the interim title was, in grid terms, forward progress.

    Moore, who has been a part of the AJ football program for several years, deserves the chance to lead the Vols.

    He stepped in nicely late last spring when Brian Hinson, who was hired to guide the Vols in early May, reversed field and took an assistant coach’s job at his college alma mater, Catawba College in Salisbury, N.C.

  • Lancaster County selected to receive state scholarship

    Christopher Sardelli
    A recently announced scholarship could help one lucky high school senior with tuition costs as they head to college this fall.
    The S.C. Association of Counties, a state organization representing county government in South Carolina, has announced that Lancaster County was selected as one of the recipients for its annual scholarship program.

  • Mama is the snake expert in our family

    With its two-story wooden frame houses and large wrap-around porches, Chesterfield Avenue was pretty much like every other neighborhood around the Lancaster city limits.
    On muggy nights, neighbors walked about to enjoy the slightly cool summers breezes, which rarely blew.
    Aglow with the flicker of a about a half dozen citronella candles, our side porch became a gathering place. It’s hard to rock and carry on a decent conversation when swatting at “skeeters.”

  • Blessed to be home

    Jody Miles is back. And so is that sense of humor and smile God gave her.
    Miles, 57, grins every time she reads Jeremiah 29:11 and she is grinning more each day as she recovers from a liver transplant.
    That verse of Scripture has been a big comfort for the co-founder of Christian Services in the last two years.
    Miles has all but forgotten the numerous setbacks from esophageal surgery and a cat bite in July that punted her from the top of the liver transplant list at the Medical University of South Carolina.