Today's News

  • Making a movie statement

    When Sony pictures briefly pulled “The Interview” from nationwide theaters due to possible threats from North Korea, Crown Cinema owner James Trivett was among those upset.

  • Sorority to host Affordable Care Act forum

    A well-known, community-active, local sorority has plans to educate the community about an important health care issue that involves the entire nation.

  • Jackets jolt Cavs in consolation win


    BOONETOWN – Buford bounced back from an 87-82 loss in the North Central Christmas Tournament to win the consolation game with a 75-47 win over Robert E. Lee Academy on Tuesday, Dec. 30.

    BHS fell to Lugoff-Elgin by five in the tourney’s opening round, but rebounded in a big way on Tuesday night at NCHS.

  • Hanging Rock Kartway has track fireworks


    Hanging Rock Kartway provided some fireworks Saturday night, Dec. 27  with real track fireworks between drivers.

    Hanging Rock Kartway also produce some amazing racing as well.

  • Bruins rebound in Moody tourney


    The Lancaster Bruins rebounded from a tough two-point loss to Blythewood High School to down Covenant Day of Charlotte, 64-44 on Tuesday, Dec. 30 in the 15th annual Linberg Moody Holiday Classic at Northwestern High School.

  • Lady Bruins top York field


    The Lancaster Lady Bruins stayed unbeaten on the season, downing Class AAAA Greenwood High School for the Bank of York/Wingbonz girls basketball tournament championship on Tuesday, Dec. 30 at York High School.

    The Lady Bruins, 12-0, rolled over the Greenwood Lady Eagles, 64-56 to take the win.

  • Clemson, USC win to boost Palmetto Pride



    Clemson and South Carolina football fans, for the most part, find little to agree on as far as the gridiron goes, but once again each school combined to show Palmetto State college football can hold its own on a major stage.

  • ‘Auld Lang Syne’ is a New Year’s Eve tradition

    From release

    New Year’s Eve festivities peak when the official countdown of the clock begins. After the ball drops and midnight has arrived, revelers cheer to the new year and exchange kisses and well wishes.

    Once such wishes have been exchanged, many people begin to sing “Auld Lang Syne.” But few know what “Auld Lang Syne” means or why it is sung on New Year’s Eve. Confusion regarding this song is almost as notable as the tradition of singing it. Many people mumble through the lyrics because they never bothered to learn them.

  • Community transforms Pregnancy Care Center

    I’d like to take this opportunity to share with the community and say thank you to all those who have supported the Pregnancy Care Center.

    The Pregnancy Care Center has been in existence since 1998.

    In the past two and a half years, many changes have taken place. God is truly blessing the efforts of all of those involved and he continues to give us a vision for the future.

  • County gears up for one cent sales tax

    The county’s one cent sales tax, statewide fines for texting while driving and an education mandate requiring students to learn cursive writing are just some of the newest laws, statutes and taxes Lancaster County residents will see in the upcoming months.