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Today's News

  • Carolina Clash set Saturday

     
     

        

     

     

  • Police investigate two shooting incidents in city

    Officers combed through several Lancaster neighborhoods searching for suspects in two different shooting incidents last weekend. 

    On Saturday, March 3, Lancaster police officers were called to a building in the 200 block of North Market Street about 7:50 p.m. After someone called to report shots fired in the area, according to a police department incident report. 

  • Lady Lancers to host USC Sumter

    The University of South Carolina Lancers softball team will be back in action for its final regular-season home games of the 2012 season Saturday and Sunday.

    The Lady Lancers host games each day at 1 p.m. and 3.

  • Driver flees car accident scene, arrested

    A Lancaster woman was arrested last week on drug and traffic-related charges after police stopped her for leaving a car accident scene. 

    Kamelia Lynette Funderburk, 28, 2328 Old Blackmon Lane, was arrested and charged April 4 with simple possession of marijuana, leaving the scene of an accident with property damage and disregarding a traffic light, according to a a Lancaster Police Department incident report. 

  • Warriors top BHS booters

      The Indian Land High boys soccer team stayed unbeaten in region play with a 4-1 win over Buford at Warriors Stadium on Tuesday night.

    The sixth-ranked Warriors built a 3-0 halftime lead on the way to their 11th win in 14 matches this season.

  • AJ, BHS net key region baseball wins

     

       

    Andrew Jackson and Buford notched key region wins Tuesday to aid their postseason baseball hopes.

    AJ blanked Indian Land and Buford rallied to down Central of Pageland.

  • Surging Lady Bruins notch two wins

    The Lancaster High Lady Bruins improved to 4-3 in region play with back-to-back road games this week.

    The LHS girls blanked Rock Hill 4-0 on Tuesday after posting an 11-1 win over Gaffney on Monday.

  • Central captures region tri-match golf victory

    Central captured a three-way Region IV-AA golf match with Buford and Andrew Jackson at the Lancaster Golf Club on Tuesday.

    Ben Miller shot a 36 to pace the CHS Eagles, who posted a 168. Matthew Terry tallied a 37 and Austin Terry carded a 44. Trent Hutto had a 51.

  • IL's Outen signs to play for Lancers

     

       

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster soccer program is now a family affair.

  • Starnes a tough act to follow in Kershaw

    Kershaw Town Council has a major task ahead.
    The council is in the process of finding a new town administrator with the resignation of Kershaw Town Administrator Tony Starnes.
    Starnes, after careful consideration, said he made his decision to resign a few weeks ago.
    Starnes’ announcement was stunning to Kershaw Mayor Wayne Rhodes, who was assured by Starnes he was just ready to “move on.”
    Starnes, 62, said he might want to do something else or just spend quality time with his family.