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Today's News

  • Taneyhill leaves Chesterfield to guide Union County High

    Former South Carolina star quarterback Steve Taneyhill, who built Chesterfield High School into a Class A state football power, is leaving the Rams’ program to become the head football coach at Union County High School.

    Taneyhill was announced as the Yellow Jackets’ head coach Monday night.

  • Bruins, Warriors launch playoff hopes

     

       

    State championship aspirations begin tonight for two county high school boys basketball teams.

  • Wells on S.C. Shrine staff

     

       

    Buford High School head football coach Mike Wells has been selected as a coach for the 2012 Shrine Bowl football game.

  • AJ girls advance

    Andrew Jackson held on to advance in the Class AA girls Upper State basketball playoffs on Tuesday night in the Lady Volunteers' gym.

    The AJ girls were the only team of three county schools in the girls basketball playoffs to survive in round one.

    The Lady Vols' Bre Wright, who scored 21 points, hit two clutch free throws with 9.9 seconds to lift AJ to a 60-58 win over Eau Claire of Columbia.

    EC's Logan Jones, who led the Lady Shamrocks with 23, had a chance to tie the game and force overtime, but missed at the free-throw line.

  • Two men sought in Walmart armed robbery

    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.

  • Second homicide this year in the city

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    It was early Thursday morning when Sherri Hinson learned something awful happened across the street from her Willowlake Road home.
    Peering out her window sometime after 7 a.m., Hinson saw police officers stringing crime scene tape around a small yellow house at the corner of Willowlake Road and East Dunlap Street.
    “It’s unbelievable. I got the call this morning and looked out the window and saw all that yellow tape outside,” Hinson said.

  • 2012 chamber awards reflect county’s pride

    We are Lancaster! pride was prevalent at the annual Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce’s recent annual meeting.
    The evening was a festive occasion, with the highlight, a source of pride in our community, the annual awards.
    A host of honorees reflect the “we care” attitude in Lancaster County.
    The Chamber’s coveted Volunteer of the Year Award was presented to Tommy Cauthen, of Cauthen Motors.
    Cauthen is a fixture at community events often working behind the scenes, but his tireless effort is to make the event a success.

  • Winter beach trip is worth it

    I know beach sand doesn’t mix with frosty window panes and cold mornings, but bless Pete, I was ready for a change.

    So when Uncle Harry mentioned riding to the coast, I was all for it. Uncle Harry’s friend, Dr. Brown and his smoking buddy, Mr. Plyler, hatched the plan.

    “Harry, you ought to take a few days off from lawyering and so something different,” Dr. Brown said.

  • God, grits and good fellowship: men unite at prayer breakfasts

    The men’s prayer breakfast at First Presbyterian Church began 23 years ago in 1989 by Brooks Johnson and Steve Williams Jr., Judd Funderburk, Harold Rowell, Charlie Franks, Frazier Kirkpatrick and Harvey Stewart, who are all now deceased, as well as others.

    It’s was just after Hurricane Hugo came through. 

    Since I was alone, it was a lucky day when I was invited to attend for a time of good fellowship with other Christian men.

  • Meet your Neighbor – Lindsey Armstrong

    Name: Lindsey Armstrong

    Address: Sardis Drive

    Age: 24

    Family: Single

    Pets: A dog, Sam

    Job: Recreational therapy aide at Adult Enrichment Center in Fort Mill

    Church: Southside Baptist Church, Rock Hill

    Hobbies: Playing piano, acting, reading and going to Clemson games