Today's News

  • Benson-Patterson Engagement

    Debbie Benson of Kershaw announces the engagement of her daughter, Marquittia Benson, to Jermaine Patterson of Lancaster.
    The wedding is planned for 4 p.m. May 24, 2014, at Lancaster County Historical Courthouse.
    Miss Benson is the granddaughter of the late Geneva and Jerry Benson. She is a 2006 graduate of Andrew Jackson High School and received an associate’s degree in business in 2008. She is a customer service representative.

  • Harrell-Hilton Engagement

    Mr. and Mrs. C. Andrew Harrell announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathryn Leslie Harrell, all of Lancaster, to Michael Dean Hilton of Kershaw.
    The wedding is planned for 7 p.m. June 1, 2014, in North Myrtle Beach.
    Miss Harrell is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Harrell of Lancaster, Mrs. Louise Lane of Dayton, Ohio, and the late Robert Lane. She is a 2004 graduate of Lancaster High School and works for Founders Federal Credit Union as a training specialist.

  • Jackets, Warriors post playoff wins

    Buford stayed unbeaten in postseason baseball play, while Indian Land stayed alive in the playoffs.

    Buford earned a Class AA Upper State district tournament title game bid with a 9-4 road win over Region III-AA champion Pelion on Saturday, May 3.

    BHS, which defeated North Central, 9-5 to open the playoffs on Thursday, May 1, will be at home to face the IL vs. Pelion winner for the district crown. Buford will need one win Wednesday, May 7. If the Jackets fall in game one, they will play a second game Wednesday at Buford Park.

  • Faile: Mayer’s actions at traffic stop gave deputy little choice

    When it comes to the officer-involved shooting death of 55-year-old Ingrid Mayer on April 24, Lancaster County Sheriff Barry Faile said Deputy Glenn Reams had little choice.

  • Kershaw set to change election

    KERSHAW – After talking with county election officials, leaders for the town of Kershaw will start the process to move its municipal elections from March to November in odd-numbered years. 

  • Global player groundwork

    Despite the exhausting 26-hour journey to China he embarked upon earlier this month, Larry McCullough was upbeat about the positive impact the trip could make on Lancaster County’s long-term economy. 

  • Robbery suspect arrested here

    A man wanted in North Carolina for a robbery charge was arrested after local deputies found him in a Lancaster home earlier this month. 

  • Panhandle residents talk capital project sales tax

    INDIAN LAND – Lancaster County Capital Project Sales Tax commissioners met with Indian Land residents Tuesday evening, April 29, for the second of five public hearings to help determine future uses for the county’s 1 cent capital project sales tax.

  • Soccer dad: Warriors' onion fundraiser stinks

     The father of an Indian Land High School soccer player said the team’s annual fundraiser unfairly pressures students into participating and gives the appearance of a “pay-to-play” program.

    But the team’s coach denies punishing students for not selling and says the allegation is a misrepresentation of the team’s fundraiser and the result of a poorly written fundraising letter.

  • LSS to host seven divisions Saturday night

     Lancaster Super Speedway will host seven action-packed divisions of racing Saturday, May 3. Divisions running will be SECA Crate Late Models, Pro Street, Crate Sportsman, Super Street, Rear Wheel Drive 4-Cylinders, U.S. Bonding Vintage and M&M Garage Muffler & Tire Extreme 4.