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Today's News

  • Accidents close U.S. 521

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    Two wrecks in short succession blocked both lanes of U.S. 521 on Wednesday for nearly two hours.
    The first accident, on U.S. 521 North, occurred about 10:30 a.m. about a mile south of North Corner Road, followed by a second accident in the southbound lane about 30 minutes later, according to S.C. Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Billy Elder.

  • Sheriff’s office begins Drug Take Back

    From sheriff’s
    office press release
    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office is implementing its permanent Prescription Drug Take-Back initiative that seeks to prevent increased pill abuse and theft.
    The service is free and anonymous, with no questions asked.
    Permanent deposit receptacles have been installed at the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office, at 1941 Pageland Highway in Lancaster, and at the sheriff’s office substation, 8290 Charlotte Highway in Indian Land.

  • Special education services available for disabled students

    From school
    district release
    Children, youth and adults with disabilities, 3 to 21 years old, can receive special education and related services through Lancaster County School District. The disabled may qualify for educational services through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

  • August Yard of the Month

    Ten years ago, Mike and Jennifer Jewett moved to Lancaster from Missouri.   

    As Jennifer home-shopped, she kept in mind the type of yard that must accompany it. 

    When she saw the home at 805 Crescent Drive, she was sold.

    “I actually picked this house out because I thought it had the kind of yard that Mike would like,” Jennifer said. “In one word, it had trees.”   

  • St. Paul Classics get their due and their day

    The heartbeat of any neighborhood can be measured at its houses of worship.

    But without people who nurture, teach and reach out to others in Christian love, it’s nothing more than bricks, mortar, paint and lumber.

    That never escapes the St. Paul AME Church family, which will honor 15 of its spiritual mothers and fathers, collectively know as the Classics, for their contributions to the local community this weekend.

    Billed as an extravaganza showcase, the special recognition is 5 p.m. Saturday, at the church, 133 Pleasant St.

  • St. Paul Classics get their due and their day

    The heartbeat of any neighborhood can be measured at its houses of worship.

    But without people who nurture, teach and reach out to others in Christian love, it’s nothing more than bricks, mortar, paint and lumber.

    That never escapes the St. Paul AME Church family, which will honor 15 of its spiritual mothers and fathers, collectively know as the Classics, for their contributions to the local community this weekend.

    Billed as an extravaganza showcase, the special recognition is 5 p.m. Saturday, at the church, 133 Pleasant St.

  • Mackey talks with pads

     

       

    BUFORD – Buford High School head football coach Mike Wells describes Jackets’ senior left offensive tackle James Mackey as a player who “leads by example.”

  • LHS soccer making marks on, off field

     

       

    The Lancaster High School varsity soccer program is making its marks on and off the field.

  • LHS swimmers fall to Clover in opener

    The Lancaster High School swim fell to Clover, 371-189, in its opener Monday.

    The LHS team includes students from the four county high schools and middle schools.

  • LHS hosts volleyball jamboree Saturday

    The Lancaster High School volleyball team will host its second annual jamboree on Saturday in the LHS gym where play opens at 9 a.m.

    The tournament features a varsity field and junior varsity field.