Today's News

  • Coaches salute county grid quintet


    RICHBURG – Five Lancaster County prep football players were honored for their play in week 10 of the 2014 season at the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Monday, Nov. 3.

  • County duo in playoffs


    The “second season” – the S.C. High school playoffs – opens with two county teams set to battle in the postseason on Friday, Nov. 7.

    Lancaster will be at home to face Chapman in the opening round of the Class AAA Upper State playoffs.

  • Final results for Lancaster County

     Final results with all Lancaster County precincts reporting:

  • Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday

    Registered voters will be able to exercise one of the most precious privileges our democracy grants us – the opportunity to determine who will represent us in our government – on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 4.

    Voters will help choose our next U.S. senators, U.S. House representatives, S.C. governor and other statewide seats.

    Locally, they will help choose school board members, a probate judge, the 6th Circuit solicitor and County Council members. See today’s news pages for a list of the races on ballots in Lancaster County.

  • President’s policies have made U.S. vulnerable

    This election year is important for one reason. The party that wins will supposedly either stop the Obama admnistration policies or continue them.

  • HOPE kicks off Christmas Basket

    The annual Ward Faulkenberry Christmas Basket Fund, sponsored by HOPE (Helping Other People Effectively) in Lancaster, will begin earlier than usual this year, said HOPE Executive Director Bekah Clawson. 

    Effective today, Nov. 2, contributions can be submitted to the annual holiday basket fund.

  • Residents discuss Lennar proposal

     Van Wyck residents met at the community center Oct. 13 to hear preliminary details of the newest proposal for the TreeTops property from Lennar Homes Charlotte Division President John Hardy.

    Lennar is proposing construction of an 55-and-older age-restricted neighborhood on the 622.5 acre property located on Van Wyck Road.


     Gregory A. Summers


    The time of campaign promises, repetitive around-the-clock political television ads and a sea of side-by-side roadside candidate signs at busy intersections is drawing near to an end.

  • Eastside halts Lady Bruins postseason volleyball march

    Eastside foiled Lancaster High School's postseason volleyball hopes with a 3-0 win over the Lady Bruins at the LHS gym on Thursday, Oct. 30.

    Eastside prevailed 25-10, 25-18 and 25-22.

  • Pride blunts Jackets' victory

     BUFORD – There may not have been anyone dressed in costume, but the high-scoring game between Carolina Pride and Buford still felt like a Halloween contest.

    It was a wacky game that saw the Pride fumble six times, losing three, give up 21 points in less than 3 minutes, and still come back, behind the rushing Raymer Addison and Eric Price, to win 41-35.