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Today's News

  • LC Stallions sweep to region hoop wins over AJ Volunteers

     

       

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers dropped a pair of home games to Lee Central in Region IV-AA basketball play Tuesday night.

  • LHS Bruins claw Bearcats twice

    In a hardwood battle of Bruins and Bearcats, Lancaster was the bear.

    The Bruins clawed the Bearcats twice in a Region III-AAAA basketball sweep in the Lancaster High School gym on Tuesday night.

  • Defense keys Buford girls

     

       

    INDIAN LAND – The Buford Lady Jackets used a swarming defense to deliver a long-sought basketball win.

  • Lancaster man airlifted following motorcycle accident

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    A Lancaster man was flown to Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte following a motorcycle accident on Great Falls Highway (S.C. 200) Wednesday afternoon.
    The accident occurred at 3:12 p.m. in front of Griswold's Family Produce.
    S.C. Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Billy Elder said Robert Junior White, 53, of 2273 Green Peach Road was driving north on his 2001 Harley Davidson when he struck a car that pulled out in front of him leaving the produce market.

  • Husband of murdered woman arrested, but not charged in death

    by Nancy Parsons/Landmark News Service

  • Half-staff flags honor Medal of Honor recipient

    Flags will be flown at half-staff from sunup to sundown on Jan. 27 in honor of Medal of Honor recipient MSG John Franklin Baker Jr.
     

  • CNN story slap in face to Lancaster

    According to CNN’s Moni Basu, the plight of folks living in Lancaster is likened to Tom Joad’s family in John Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath.”
    Steinbeck documents the misery the Joads experience as they leave their foreclosed, dust-covered farm in Oklahoma to find work in Depression-era California.
    “In hard-hit S.C. town, faith and finances fuel political decisions,” Basu equates the aftermath of Springs Industries’ demise to the Joads’ struggle as migrant workers.

  • S.C. picks Gingrich

    Gregory A. Summers
    gsummers@thelancasternews.com
    Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum can’t blame the outcome of the 2012 South Carolina Republican Party presidential primary on the weather.
    Despite a cold, day-long rain, voters in Lancaster County came out to give Newt Gingrich the GOP party nod.
    Gringrich won 43 of South Carolina’s 46 counties, while Romney  won the primary in Beaufort, Charleston and Richland counties.

  • Possible options to save LARS

    Jeanette Pittman knows the ridership for the Lancaster Area Ride Service may be small, but told Lancaster County Council on Monday night that the service provides a world of help for local residents.
    “I’m very concerned about canceling LARS,” Pittman said, minutes before council discussed reconsidering its Jan. 9 decision to not apply for a S.C. Department of Transportation grant to help extend the service. Under current conditions, and with no extra funding, the grant supporting LARS will end later this year and operations could cease after Sept. 30.

  • Renovations to start soon on CareNet

    KERSHAW – Kershaw officials expect renovations to begin soon on the building the will house the town’s CareNet office.
    Town Administrator Tony Starnes gave Town Council an update about the process during its Jan. 17 meeting.  
    CareNet, which provides health services to the uninsured and under-insured in Lancaster County, plans to open an additional office in Kershaw at 212 E. Marion St. The vacant building has to be renovated to function as a health center.