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Today's News

  • Indian Land man reports he was attacked in Rock Hill

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    Police are still investigating the case of an Indian Land man who reported he was attacked by three men in a Rock Hill parking lot last week.
    Rock Hill Police Lt. Brad Redfearn said officers were called to a Rock Hill hospital in the early morning hours of Oct. 5 about a report of an assault.
    Once there, officers spoke with two men who said they were attacked after stopping their car to check a tire along Ogden Road.

  • Deputy injured in scuffle with suspect

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    A deputy is recovering from injuries after he was hit in the face several times while subduing a man Oct. 4.
    The attack happened shortly after 11:40 p.m. as a Lancaster County sheriff’s deputy was responding to a noise disturbance at Lancaster’s Knolwood Apartments.
    After searching the area, the deputy could not find the disturbance, but noticed a man standing alone in the breezeway at one of the buildings, according to a sheriff’s office incident report.

  • Hitting’s Moore’s M.O.

     

       

    INDIAN LAND – When Indian Land High School senior quarterback Rondreas Truesdale reaches the end zone as he often has this season, teammate D.J. Moore feels he has a hand in it.

  • Lancers blank Indians

    The USCL Lady Lancers blanked USC-Salkehatchie, 2-0 to improve their record to 8-4 on Wednesday.

    The wet field didn’t distract the Lady Lancers from getting dirty. The Lancers dominated the field over the Lady Indians. USCL created many scoring opportunities, especially on corner kicks.

  • County trio earns honors

    Three Lancaster County prep football players reaped honors for their banner play at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association meeting on Tuesday.

  • Lady Bruins second in region golf tourney

     

       

    Spartanburg, led by Katy Funk’s 69, captured the Region III-AAAA golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Monday.

    The SHS Lady Vikings, as a team, shot 317 to top the five-team field.

  • Bruins knock off Trojans

     

       

    ROCK HILL – Lancaster High's gut-check drive gave the Bruins plenty of reasons to hold their heads high with a major Class AAAA football victory Thursday night.

  • Two Lancaster County school buses involved in accidents

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    Two school buses carrying special needs students were involved in accidents Thursday morning.
    The accidents occurred a week after a hit-and-run driver struck a special needs student from Lancaster High School as she was getting off the bus.
    The first accident Thursday occurred about 7:45 a.m.

  • Short charity ride nets long return

    After Saturday’s inaugural charity run, Elaine Adkins is a believer in new math. 

    Why?

    Because 117 miles plus 44 riders equals $4,526.56 and 3,000 pounds of food.

    Those totals – thanks to the hard work of the Widows Sons Masonic Riders Association and 11 local masonic lodges – refilled the food pantry at HOPE in Lancaster.

  • Poverty impacting children, our future

    Chronic and increasing unemployment. Home foreclosures. Loss of health insurance. More homeless families. All of these factors paint a bleak economic picture. But this is not a startling revelation. We’re all fully aware of our economic conditions. But some recently released data does reveal some startling statistics.
    According to the 2011 KIDS COUNT Data Book published by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the U.S. Census, the economy is having a negative impact on the most vulnerable of society – children.