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Today's News

  • Woman tries to rob wheelchair-bound man

    Police are searching for a woman who tried to rob a wheelchair-bound man of his money on New Year’s Day.

  • Man under house arrest fires pistol in front of deputies

    Even house arrest couldn’t keep one Lancaster man out of trouble, evidence by his breaking the law in front of Lancaster County deputies.

  • Clash set for two LSS visits in 2015

     The Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series is set to invade Lancaster Super Speedway twice during the 2015 racing season.

    The Carolina Clash is very popular when it comes to Lancaster Super Speedway because of the speeds the Super Late Models reach on the big half-mile track.

  • Jackets go 2-2 in Hartsville tourney

     The Buford Yellow Jackets wrestling team went 2-2 in the recent Hartsville Red Fox tournament.

    The BHS grapplers posted wins over Hammond (28-21) and Timberland (34-33), but fell to Aynor (42-27) and Lake City (37-26).

  • Lady Bruins rated No. 2

     

    The unbeaten Lancaster High School Lady Bruins’ 12-0 record has earned them statewide attention.

    The LHS girls of coach Ronnie Robinson, unranked in the preseason Class AAA girls state poll, are No. 2 in the latest Class AAA girls state poll.

  • SEC honors Thornwell’s play

     COLUMBIA – Sophomore guard Sindarius Thornwell was named SEC Player of the Week after averaging 12 points, 6.5 rebounds and two assists as the Gamecocks downed North Carolina A&T and No. 9 Iowa State.

  • Newborn left at Chesterfield Health Department

    CHESTERFIELD – Officials at Chesterfield Health Department were surprised to find a newborn female infant left in their care on Tuesday, Dec. 30.

  • Family’s roots and wings are interconnected

    The tale told here portrays a conversion-instilling vision. Namely, that a parent can really give a child only two things – “roots and wings.”*

    The grace of these gifts becomes evident in the story that molds the child. The intriguing providence, so striking in the telling, teaches a harsh wisdom, suspended between irony and tragedy.

    Such is the case involving world-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Rocco Armonda, whose exciting career culminates at the acme of discovering a new healing “construct.”

  • A town that came together

    Lancaster Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a nonprofit animal rescue dedicated to saving unwanted dogs and puppies in the Lancaster County area, as well as surrounding counties if in urgent need. We take in owner-surrendered animals, shelter animals and abandoned and neglected animals.

    All of our rescues are placed in loving foster homes until their forever home is found. Anyone wanting to adopt one of our animals will go through an application process, veterinary reference and/or home visit.

  • No, she’s not a spy

    Lisa Essex, an international journalist and media trainer who aids nation building, has been bugged, kidnapped, jailed and nearly poisoned.