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Today's News

  • Offensive play key for AJ Vols' soccer

     

       

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson High School Volunteers’ soccer team has its share of experience, but coach Van Steen said the development of AJ’s younger players will play a key role in the Vols’ hopes this spring.

  • Herbert back in county

    A week after a missing Pennsylvania man’s body was identified by Lancaster County authorities, a suspect connected to the case was transferred to a local jail to answer a separate charge.

    Rico Mandrell Herbert, 31, was moved this week from the Mecklenburg County Jail in Charlotte to the Lancaster County Detention Center to face a probation violation charge from the S.C. Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services. 

  • Volunteers scalp Braves

    Staff Reports

    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers, in impressive fashion, stayed unbeaten in Region IV-AA baseball play with a 10-0 win over Cheraw in six innings Tuesday night.

  • Looking back – Sept. 11, 1954

    The first race held at Lancaster Speedway was on Sept. 11, 1954. According to the archives of The Lancaster News, that first race drew a standing-room crowd of more than 6,000 fans. Tommy Washam co-promoted the event with a 27-year-old up-and-comer from Oakboro, N.C., by the name of Bruton Smith.

  • Lancaster residents are professional, joyful, proud

    As a motivational speaker, I get the privilege of meeting my fellow Americans all over the United States – from coast to coast – from corn fields to city centers. I meet them in their places of brokenness and celebration. I hear their stories, I hug their necks and I form instant connections with strangers whom I may never see again – but whom I will never forget.

  • Take A Hike!

    University of South Carolina Lancaster
    The public is invited to the official opening of the nature trail at the University of South Carolina Lancaster at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22. The trail is the result of the combined work of USCL, the Catawba Master Naturalist Association and Boy Scout Troop 71. The half-mile of gently sloping trail meanders through pine forests, bottom-land hardwoods, stream-side habitats and upland hardwoods with various plant and animal life.

  • MLK Memorial Peace Conference April 4

    Staff Reports
    The Martin Luther King Jr. Social Action Committee Inc. (MLK-SAC), Food Lion LLC and Citadel of Hope Christian Fellowship will present the ninth annual MLK Memorial Peace Conference at 2 p.m. April 4 at the Fairway Room at the Springs Golf Course, 1821 Springs Club Road.
    The celebration will mark the 44th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This year’s theme is “Remaining Hopeful through the Storm.”

  • Supreme Outreach Food Ministry starts in April

    Because of the tough economy – with rising gas and grocery prices – one local church has made it a mission to make meals more affordable for struggling families in the Lancaster area.
    New Horizon Community Church, in conjunction with food marketing company Supreme Sales and Marketing LLC of Braselton, Ga., has launched a new food box program offering groceries at a discount, as a helping hand for those in need.

  • EMS workers win $1.5 million lawsuit

    A case involving unpaid overtime money for several Lancaster County Emergency Medical Services workers has finally been settled – to the tune of $1.5 million. 

    For the last 17 months, a group of 59 former and current EMS employees have been awaiting the results of a class-action lawsuit they jointly filed against Lancaster County.  

  • Kershaw Town Council discusses sheriff’s contract

    KERSHAW – Kershaw officials are still talking about ways to enhance law enforcement coverage in the town. 

    Town Council met in closed session twice Monday to discuss its contract with the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office. 

    Kershaw has been paying the sheriff’s office $451,000 a year to provide coverage, which includes two patrol deputies per shift. 

    Town Administrator Tony Starnes recently expressed a desire to have a deputy who can serve as an administrator or supervisor on each shift.