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Today's News

  • Buford pins deflate Central's win hopes

    Buford’s Zach Wright and Johntrell Caudle each posted pivotal pins to power the Jackets to a 40-30 road win over Central of Pageland on Wednesday night.

    Central held a 30-28 lead, but Wright and Caudle delivered clutch pins to lift the Jackets to the 10-point win over Eagles.

    BHS built an early 15-6 edge, but the Eagles rallied to take a pair of two-point leads, the last at 30-28, before Jackets late wins sealed the comeback victory.

  • Man robs woman, 77, at her home

    A 77-year-old woman told sheriff’s deputies that a man came into her home and robbed her at gunpoint Tuesday.

    According to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report, the woman said she was sitting at her computer at her Bennett Road home and heard someone pulling on the door.

    She said a man came into the home, pointed a silver object she believed was a gun and asked, “Do you know what this is?” the report said.

  • Former Panther player to audience: Don’t let fear rob you of your dreams

    Former Carolina Panthers safety Mike Minter joked about his height during his speech at a scholarship breakfast Monday morning.

    Minter said he saw some of the teenagers looking him up and down as he walked into the Fairway Room at the Lancaster Golf Club for the ninth annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Scholarship Breakfast. The breakfast is sponsored by Faith, Hope and Victory Christian Church.

    “They were sizing me up,” Minter said with a grin. ‘I could take him.’ I saw you. Don’t try it.”

  • Runway project to start this spring

    Plans are under way to begin reinforcing the runway at the Lancaster County Airport this spring.

    Andy Busbee, engineer with the county’s airport engineering firm LPA Engineering, said the airport should begin its concrete overlay project in mid-March. The project will replace the top portion of the asphalt runway with 7.5 inches of concrete.

    Busbee expects the work will take 48 construction days, or about six to eight weeks, though his firm is working with the contractor to speed up the process.

  • Man, 20, faces intimidation charge after court outburst

    A Kershaw man facing an aggravated assault charge picked up another charge while in court last week.

    Cash Pierre Young, 20, of 5206 Sandy Lane, was charged by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office with intimidation of a witness on Jan. 28.

    According to an incident report, Young was in the courtroom at the Lancaster County Temporary Court Facility awaiting his aggravated assault case to be heard. Witnesses and their family members were also in the courtroom.

  • Heath Springs store robbed

    HEATH SPRINGS - A Swami Mart employee told sheriff’s deputies that three men came into the store and robbed him at gunpoint Thursday.

    According to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report, the clerk said three men wearing dark clothing and masks ran into the store. One of the men went to the back of the store and took two cases of beer.

  • No arrests made in shooting

    A Lancaster man was killed and his brother hurt early Saturday morning in a shooting at a South Market Street nightclub.

    Eric Lamont Curry, 35, was lying on the sidewalk about 40 feet from the Self Control Brothers Club when police responded about 2 a.m, according to a Lancaster Police Department incident report.

    He was face down, moving and trying to talk to people, the report said.

  • Jackets honor fall sports standouts

    BUFORD The fall’s finest in Buford High School sports took center stage Tuesday night in the school’s auditorium.

    Athletes in football, volleyball and cheerleading were honored at the annual BHS fall sports awards.

    The Jackets’ football team, which went 7-5 after a 1-3 start, saluted a host of players.

    Class A all-state picks Britt Wells and Andrew “A.T.” Jennings were named Co-MVPs for the BHS team which finished as the Region III-A runner-up to eventual state champion Chesterfield.

  • Breaking NewsAuthorities urge residents to be careful driving today

    Water, water everywhere is rising in Lancaster County, and residents are asked to use caution when driving on wet roads for the remainder of Friday.

    “It's going to keep raining until dark or shortly thereafter,” said Lancaster County Emergency Management Director Morris Russell about 3 p.m.

    Langley, Daystar and Logging roads, and Greystone Drive were all closed by 3 p.m., Russell said.

    County officials are monitoring Lead Off, Plyler Mill, Waxhaw Village and Kirk Air Force Base roads for possible flooding and closure, Russell said.

  • 'He was my baby,' says Harris about Harry Frazier

    Harry Frazier was born in the Bronx, N.Y., but was raised by his godmother, Yvonne Harris, in Lancaster. He grew up as the youngest of six children, with four brothers and one sister.

    “He was my baby,” Harris said.

    Frazier attended Lancaster High School, where Harris said Frazier excelled at math.

    “At first, he was hard-headed about school, but he knew he had to go to school when he was with me,” Harris said. “When he got older, he got more into his school work.”