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Today's News

  • Former Devils' player shines for USC Upstate

    From Release

    After a stellar performance at the 2010 Charleston Classic, USC Upstate freshman forward Torrey Craig has been named the Atlantic Sun Conference Newcomer of the Week, the conference office in Macon, Ga., announced earlier this week.

  • Bruins' hoops upbeat

    Optimism abounds for the Lancaster Bruins’ 2010-11 basketball season.

    The LHS boys have a solid nucleus back from their 20-6 playoff team, while the Lady Bruins also have key returnees for the new campaign.

  • ACC football title tilt closing in on a sellout

    From release

    CHARLOTTE –  Less than 5,500 tickets are still available for the 2010 Dr. Pepper Atlantic Coast Conference Football Championship game, it was announced this week by game officials.

  • Tuttle's suitcase key in game of life

    A gifted receiver like Perry Tuttle, an All-American at Clemson and a former NFL star, you would figure would be sporting a football.

    These days Tuttle, a motivational speaker and author, totes a suitcase.

  • 2010 NASCAR season was a thrill ride

    Cathy Elliott

    SC News Exchange

  • Shoppers find bargains; retailers ring up sales

    Flipping through the crinkled pages of Walmart’s Black Friday store advertisement, Ladawn Garris and her family were on their annual hunt for good deals.
    Garris, along with her daughter, Jessica, and sister, Mary, were at the Lancaster Walmart early Friday morning, searching for Christmas gifts at low prices. By 9 a.m., they had already toured the electronics department and loaded two HP printers into their shopping carts. Both printers were 50 percent off Friday.

  • Election is Tuesday for school board seat

     Voters will return to the polls Tuesday to decide who will be the new District 4 representative on the Lancaster County school board.
    Ronald Burke and Bill Sumner are vying for the post, which was held by Dr. Peter Barry, who died in September.
    District 4 covers neighborhoods near the University of South Carolina at Lancaster and areas north of the city of Lancaster, including the Charlotte Highway corridor.
    Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the participating precincts.

  • ‘Water war’ between states about to end?

    The “water war” between North Carolina and South Carolina is apparently drawing to a close.
    The North Carolina municipalities Concord and Kannapolis asked the state of North Carolina to allow them to withdraw 46 million gallons of water a day from the Catawba River, which flows through Lancaster and Chester counties. The Catawba is the source of drinking water for both the Lancaster County Water and Sewer District and the Chester Metropolitan (water) District.  

  • Man steals TV, hits car at IL Walmart

    INDIAN LAND – Deputies are searching for a man who stole a television from the Indian Land Walmart and then struck a car in the store parking lot.
    Employees at the Walmart, located near the North Carolina line on U.S. 521, called the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 16 about a man they observed stealing several items, according to an incident report.

  • County Council to hold nine hearings at meeting

    County Council will hold nine public hearings during its Tuesday night meeting.
    Following are the topics of the hearings:
    • Establishing the Indian Land Fire Protection District
    • Leasing part of the Lynwood Drive landfill for the county Flyers Club
    • Creating a sewerline easement for the new county courthouse
    • Approving a fee-in-lieu agreement between Haile Gold Mine and the county
    • Creating the Brookchase special tax district