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Today's News

  • Regina Belle has the flu, concert postponed

    R&B music lovers who wanted to hear award-winning vocalist Regina Belle at USC Lancaster this weekend will have to wait a little longer.
    See Lancaster SC announced Thursday that Belle has been diagnosed with the flu. Saturday’s scheduled concert at Bundy Auditorium has been postponed until May 31.
    “We hate it,” said April Joplin, performing arts manager. “We just found out this (Thursday) morning and are trying to get out the word to everyone.”

  • Commentary: Memo no vindication for president
  • Column: Luckovich cartoons go too far

    I am disappointed in The Lancaster News for publishing some disrespectful cartoons by Mike Luckovich. I realize this man is a Pulitzer Prize winner and is nationally renowned, but that doesn’t excuse him for crossing the boundary of common decency.
    I’ve research hundreds of his cartoons and found that he predominantly attacks Republicans, Christians and especially the current president of the United States, Donald Trump.

  • IL woman Ms. South Carolina

    An Indian Land woman will represent the Carolinas in the upcoming Ms. America Pageant.
    Cheryl McDermott, 46, was awarded the Ms. South Carolina 2018 title on Oct. 28, 2017, by the Ms. America Pageant.
    “Cheryl McDermott really left a positive impression on our judges and we are thrilled to have her representing the Carolinas as Ms. South Carolina at the 2018 Ms. America Pageant finals this March,” said Susan Jeske, pageant CEO.
    McDermott, who has lived in Walnut Creek for three years, is a registered nurse.

  • Dancing with the Stars

    Seven couples hit the stage at the sold-out Dancing With the Stars competition Saturday night, raising $14,500 for Andrew Jackson Middle School’s Art Focus program.
    The event was a big financial success, topping the fundraising total at last year’s inaugural Dancing With the Stars by more than 60 percent.
    Taking home the technical-skills championship trophy was David Platts, science and arts instructional specialist for Lancaster County School District, and Katrina Bernsdorff, AJ High drama teacher.

  • Rick Wade gets U.S. chamber job

    From release

    WASHINGTON – Lancaster native Rick Wade has been named vice president of strategic alliances and outreach at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

    “Rick’s wealth of knowledge enables him to give a megaphone to the voice of business across the country and to share the positive impacts of the free enterprise system,” said Suzanne Clark, senior executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber. 

    “We’re excited to welcome him to our talented team.”

  • Honors for Food Lion manager

    Adam Threatt, manager of the Food Lion on North Main Street in Lancaster, is one of four finalists for the 1,100-store corporation’s manager of the year award. 

    Threatt, 35, has already been named regional manager of the year out of the 24 stores in his region and division manager of the year, representing nine regions.

    On Thursday, he will be at the company’s Salisbury, N.C., headquarters, competing against three others for the Ralph W. Ketner Store Manager Award, which honors a manager for commitment to customers, employees and the community.

  • County fire rating improves

    Commercial property owners in the county can look forward to an upcoming reduction in their property insurance premiums, thanks to improvements in the county’s firefighting systems.

    Officials learned Jan. 22 that the countywide ISO (Insurance Services Office) Public Protection Classification, commonly called the “ISO rating,” has been improved from Class 6 to Class 4. 

  • Bruins drop two to Red Hawks

    The Lancaster Bruins had a tough night getting shots to fall in dropping two games in Region III-AAAA hoops play at Westwood High School on Friday night.

    The host Lady Red Hawks opened with a 78-47 win and the WHS boys followed with a 77-34 win over the Bruins.

    In the girls game, the Westwood girls opened an early lead and stayed on top for the 31-point win.

    WHS, up 18-8 after one quarter, held a 34-15 lead at the half.

    The Lady Red Hawks were on top 54-27 lead after three periods on the way to the victory.

  • Warriors rally for road split

    The Indian Land Warriors stormed back in the second half to take a 64-61 win over host Columbia to give ILHS a Region IV-AAA basketball split on Friday night.

    Columbia won the girls game, taking a 44-23 win, but the Warriors rallied in the nightcap to notch the three-point victory.

    Columbia, down 19-15 after one period, came back for a 38-28 lead at the half.

    The Warriors erased the edge with a strong defensive effort to outscore the Caps, 24-9 for a 52-47 lead going into the final period.