Today's News

  • SCHP: Dozing driver causes Rock Hill Highway crash

    CATAWBA – A tired driver caused a four-vehicle accident on Rock Hill Highway (S.C. 5) just over the York County line early Tuesday, Sept. 30, that injured her and a Kershaw man in another vehicle. 

  • Man sought in connection to High Lane stabbing

    Police are still searching for a Lancaster man in connection with the death of a man found late Saturday night, Sept. 27. 

  • Pope now part of the heavenly football game

    Some four years ago, a book, with Pope as the subject, was written and entitled “Do They Play Football in Heaven?”

    Pope envisioned a lofty place where the game is about the offense always producing and the defense always making the key stop.

    I recall that’s how Mike explained his thinking during a book-signing back in the spring of 2010 at Wingate University, his final coaching stop as a volunteer assistant line coach.

  • Eagles soar by Vols, 39-6

     Kim Roberts

    For The Lancaster News

    PAGELAND – Central of Pageland continued its mastery over Andrew Jackson, thumping the Volunteers, 39-6 in a Region IV-AA football tilt at Pageland on Friday, Sept. 27.

    Central’s Daquan Baker-Moore and DeVonte Robinson each rushed for over a 100 yards as the Eagles rolled to a 33-6 halftime lead for their 19th straight win over AJ.

  • Knights ground Jackets, 26-7

     Eric Rowell

    For The Lancaster News

    BUFORD – North Central’s Knights took away Buford’s game plan Friday night, Sept. 26 and used it for themselves.

    North Central used a solid ball-control ground game that vaulted the Knights to a 26-7 Region IV-AA road victory at Jackets Stadium.

  • Home is sweet as Warriors top Rams, 10-7

     Lee McManus 

    For The Lancaster News

    INDIAN LAND – Comfort is something everyone wants. No one wants to feel nervous, or as if they do not belong.

    The Indian Land Warriors are clearly comfortable playing at home, a stadium they call The Reservation.

  • Bruins claw Lions, 56-8

    Robert Howey


    RICHBURG – The Lancaster Bruins got offensive and got back on track.

    LHS, coming off a 14-0 shutout loss at Camden last week, rebounded with resound on the way to a 56-8 road win over Class A foe Lewisville High School on Friday, Sept. 27.

  • TLN newsroom staff wins seven LCNI awards

     Denyse Clark


    Landmark Community Newspapers Inc. (LCNI), the parent company of The Lancaster News and its sister papers, Carolina Gateway, Chester News & Reporter and Pageland Progressive Journal, recently announced the winners of its 2013 editorial and page design contest.

    Seven awards were captured by TLN staff, both individually and as a team.

  • Annual autism fundraiser is Tuesday

    Denyse Clark


    During the seventh annual Lancaster Cooks “Look Who’s Cooking” autism fundraiser 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30 in the Fairway Room at Lancaster Golf Club, organizer Evelyn Springs will feature Tom Dickinson, a professional chef from California who also has a form of autism. 

  • Man attacked while walking home


    Christopher Sardelli


    Deputies are searching for a man who severely injured another man after attacking him on his walk home on Sept. 17. 

    Police responded just after 2 p.m. Sept. 18 to Springs Memorial Hospital, 800 West Meeting St., to speak with a man about an assault that happened the previous day, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report.