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Today's News

  • County Classic softball tourney continues at Springdale Park

     

       

    Play in the second annual Lancaster County Classic preseason softball tournament at Springdale Park continues today with a host of games.

  • Price elated with Lady Rams’ stellar basketball campaign

    A. R. Rucker coach Ashley Price said the Lady Rams’ 13-0 season was a result of solid teamwork.

    “I was very pleased with the season,” Price said. “These girls enjoyed giving an assist as much as scoring points. It was nice to work with girls who worked hard at practice and games,”

  • LCPRC hosting 10-under state basketball tournament

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission 10 under all-stars, girls and boys, will host the state basketball tournament this weekend at the Springdale Rec Center.

    The Lancaster teams host two games on Friday. The 6:30 p.m. game has the Lancaster County girls facing East Columbia.

  • Police identify drive-by shooter

     

    Authorities are searching for a man involved in a Wednesday morning drive-by shooting in Lancaster.

    The Lancaster Police Department has issued warrants for Travis Phillip Miller, 27, of Lancaster, for the shooting which happened about 10:11 a.m. on Hazel Street near the Dunlap Street intersection. 

  • One person injured in drive-by shooting

    Authorities are searching for a suspect involved in a Wednesday morning drive-by shooting. 

    The Lancaster Police Department is investigating the incident, which happened  

    about 10:11 a.m. on Hazel Street near the Dunlap Street intersection. 

    Officers and emergency workers responded to a home in the 800 block of Dunlap Street and found the victim, who had been shot, according to a LPD press release. 

    The victim is a 33-year-old Lancaster man, said Lancaster Police Department Capt. Paul Smith.

  • New monument is for all Lancaster County veterans

    Charles Ussery is vice president of the Heath Springs Veterans Monument Committee  

    Veterans Remembered is written in support of the veterans monument being built for all veterans of Lancaster County in hopes that it will stimulate readers to remember those veterans who touched their lives and provide support to the Veterans Monument Project.

  • Down the rabbit hole

    You might have thought a Cinderella ball was taking place in downtown Lancaster last Saturday night. 

    Guests decked out in evening attire stepped out of their cars as valets in red jackets buzzed back and forth from the Artisans Center to nearby parking lots.

  • Davis makes campaign stop here

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    John Davis of Grand Junction, Colo., said God told him to run for president of the United States last year — so that’s exactly what he’s doing.
    Davis, who owns a home-building company in Grand Junction and is running as a conservative Republican, stopped at Bojangle’s in Lancaster this morning as part of his “Votercade Across America,” a quest to get his name and message out to the country by visiting every county in the nation.

  • Stevens Park to get walking trails

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
     KERSHAW – Residents who visit Stevens Park in Kershaw will soon be able to take advantage of two new walking trails.
    Volunteers with the Kershaw Community Park Council began cutting the trails on Saturday. Group member Beverly Timmons had discussed those plans at last week’s Town Council meeting.
    She said the walking trails will enhance the park.

  • County approves strategic plan

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    After months of planning and discussion with county employees and officials, Lancaster County Council adopted its first-ever strategic plan last week.
    Deputy County Administrator Jeff Naftal presented the updated strategic plan to council at its Feb. 22 meeting, which Council unanimously approved.