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Today's News

  • City buys, replaces five vehicles in 2014

    If you see a city of Lancaster vehicle bearing Love Chevrolet of Cayce, S.C., dealership logos, there is a good reason for it, said Teresa Meeks, the municipality’s purchasing director.

  • Industrial rezoning on Riverside Road concerns McCullough

     Call it “the fate of the spider lilies.”

    That subtitle could easily have described the discussion amongst county officials Monday night, Feb. 9, as Lancaster County Council considered a proposed ordinance to rezone property near Riverside Road, just south of the county’s Panhandle.

    If approved after three readings, the ordinance would rezone a 231.66-acre piece of land from R-30, low density residential/agricultural district to I-2, heavy industrial district.

  • Fifteen Candles

    Most TV news stations promise local coverage, and some do occasionally roll into town for a live shot or two when something big happens.

  • LHS Lady Bruins capture region crown

     

    The No. 1 ranked Lancaster Lady Bruins had to work overtime, but it proved most fruitful as the LHS girls extended their unbeaten basketball season for a second straight spotless region crown.

    LHS, in an overtime thriller, notched a 55-53 comeback win over fourth-ranked South Pointe to wrap up the Region III-AAA girls basketball championship on Tuesday, Feb. 10 at the SPHS gym.

    Lancaster, 22-0, capped the regular season with a region championship 10-0 record.

  • USCS Outlaw Thunder Sprint Cars series at Speedway April 11

     

    Lancaster Super Speedway, as part of its 61st season of racing, will host the USCS Outlaw Thunder Sprint Car Series on April 11.

    A year ago, the 2014 racing season saw a first-time winner in the USCS Sprint Car Series as Lance Moss posted his first career USCS Sprint Car Series win.

  • Lady Bruins stay at No. 1; AJ, BHS girls in AA top 10

     

    Three Lancaster County girls basketball teams, led by top-rated Lancaster, are among the elite in the S.C. Basketball Coaches Association state polls released this Tuesday, Feb. 10.

  • Warriors’ Rodgers signs to play at Newberry

     INDIAN LAND – Shea Rodgers has kicked his way to college.

    Rodgers, the Warriors’ all-star kicker, is headed to Newberry College to kick for the Wolves’ football team. Rodgers made his college choice official on Wednesday, Feb. 4 – NCAA national signing day – as he signed with the NCAA Division II school.

  • Lancers seek to rebound at NC jayvees

     

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers baseball team will look to get back on track today, Wednesday, Feb. 11 as USCL ventures to Newberry College to face the Junior Wolves’ baseball team in a twin bill which begins at 3 p.m.

    Game two at Newberry is slated for 5:30 p.m.

  • Priester all-star coach

     

    Lancaster High School boys basketball coach Ricardo Priester will be among the state’s hoops elite next month.

    Priester, in his 10th season leading the Bruins, has been selected as an all-star coach for the annual North-South All-Star boys basketball game at Lexington High School on March, 21.

  • Task force finds $25k of heroin

    An Indian Land man is behind bars on multiple charges after a drug task force found $25,000 worth of heroin in his home last week.