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Today's News

  • Officers looking for two suspects in armed robbery of IL Walmart

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Authorities are investigating an armed robbery that took place Monday night at the Indian Land Walmart.
    Sheriff’s deputies came to the supercenter at 10048 Charlotte Highway at 8 p.m. after two men approached the service desk with a note demanding money, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office press release.
    One of the suspects flashed a handgun, the release said.

  • Report: Woman punched during home burglary

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    A Lancaster woman has been accused in the burglary of a McIlwain Road home Sunday morning that resulted in the assault of a woman inside.
    The resident told a sheriff's deputy that he and his girlfriend were getting ready for bed when he heard a loud noise. A few seconds later, he heard his girlfriend scream, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff's Office incident report.

  • LCWSD preparing for new digs

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    If you’ve driven on Pageland Highway lately, there’s a good chance you’ve seen the ongoing construction of a new, shiny facility near the S.C. 9 Bypass interchange.
    That building in the works is the future location for the Lancaster County Water and Sewer District’s administrative offices.
    Work began on the 34,560-square-foot building last June and is expected to be finished in May.

  • 12-Week Fitness Challenge

    Editor’s note: The Lancaster News is tracking the progress of Katie Stogner and Jeff Holden as they undertake the Island Sun Tanning and Fitness 12-week Challenge for 2012. Here are their first blogs. You can also follow their progress at stevelewisplan.com.

    Katie’s story

    It’s been two weeks and I still cannot believe I’m actually doing this in front of a camera.

    At first, I was really nervous, but now I’m just excited.

  • Lancers sweep, remain unbeaten

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster baseball team improved to 6-0 on the season with a sweep of USC Salkehatchie over the weekend.

    The Lancers took two at the Lancaster High School baseball field, prevailing 18-7 and 13-2 in a pair of games halted after five innings due to the 10-run rule.

  • Shamrocks halt Warriors' hopes with 73-64 victory

    Indian Land High boys basketball coach Nate Smith said he knew the 2011-12 season would be a challenge with the loss of some key players off the 2010-11 hoops team which finished as the Class AA Upper State runner-up to eventual champion Keenan at the Bi-Lo Center in Columbia.

  • Clutch free throws lift Lady Vols

    The game came down to converting clutch free throws and the Andrew Jackson High girls came through.

    The Lady Vols’ Bre Wright hit two critical free throws with 9.9 seconds to play to lift AJ to a 60-58 win over Eau Claire in the opening round of the Class AA girls Upper State basketball playoffs.

  • Bruins claw Rams, 72-42

     

       

    Lancaster got defensive and notched a playoff victory.

  • Armed men rob Twin Pines business

    Lancaster County deputies and city of Lancaster police officers are responding to We Are Gold, 1427 Charlotte Highway, after the Twin Pines business was robbed at gunpoint about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday.

    Police are looking for two black men who were wearing ski masks. One of the men, who was armed, is described as slender. Authorities have also issued a be-on-the-lookout-for bulletin for an older model, four-door white car that fled the business headed south toward S.C. 9 Bypass and North Main Street. Check back later for updates.

     

  • We want better access not worse

    A pair of bills being debated in the S.C. House illustrate the ongoing tension between those who would open government up for all to see and those who seek to close its doors to pesky outsiders.
    The first would outrageously clamp the door firmly shut on a wide swath of law enforcement records. The second would helpfully ease the path for citizens who seek to learn more about their government.