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Today's News

  • City, USCL may partner on downtown building

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Catawba Indian pottery may find a new home in downtown Lancaster.
    The city of Lancaster and the University of South Carolina Lancaster have begun discussing a plan to house the college’s Native American Studies program in the Main Street building that most recently served as The Artisans Center.
    The city bought the building after The Artisans Center closed this year.

  • Police seek two suspects who fled from Walmart

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Police are still looking for the men who led an officer on a high-speed chase moments after causing a disturbance at the Lancaster Walmart.
    An employee told officers that two men refused to leave after acting disorderly inside the store about 11:15 p.m. Nov. 23, according to a Lancaster Police Department incident report.
    The woman said the men were cursing at customers and employees. The men finally went outside, got into a silver Ford Mustang, spun the tires and parked again, the report said.

  • Lady Jackets stay unbeaten

    BUFORD – The Buford High School girls basketball continued their solid early-season play, taking a 46-41 win over Great Falls on Tuesday night.

    The Lady Jackets’ five-point win gave BHS a split after the top-rated Red Devils notched an 86-61 win over the Yellow Jackets.

  • Roscoe repeats state title with impressive win

     

       

    In  41 years of coaching high school football, one would figure Johnny Roscoe, the former Lancaster High School head coach, has seen it all through 265 wins.

  • LHS caps mat sweep with win over Buford

     

       

    The comeback-minded Lancaster Bruins highlighted a wrestling sweep, rallying to down county rival Buford High School 42-38 on Tuesday night in the LHS gym.

  • Thornwell's 3-point play lifts LHS

     

       

    Lancaster High’s Sindarius Thornwell converted a three-point play with 23 seconds to play to power Lancaster to a 59-58 comeback win over South Pointe High in Rock Hill on Tuesday night.

  • LCPRC U12 stars capture state crown

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Department 12-under all-stars successfully defended the SCAP state championship title for the third year in a row. 

    On Saturday, the Lancaster County stars traveled to Patriot Park in Sumter and faced stiff competition from the host Sumter 12U all-star team and the Walhalla all-star team.

  • Kershaw man charged with attempted murder

    KERSHAW – A Kershaw man faces a host of felony charges after authorities say he stabbed another man Tuesday night.
    The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office charged Tommy Terrell Manago, 21, 2208 Horton Rollins Road., Kershaw, on Wednesday with attempted murder, first-degree burglary and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.

  • Give back by helping those less fortunate

    Giving back. We hear these familiar words often, especially during the holidays.
    But the holiday season affords us a chance to live those words.
    In Lancaster County, the opportunities are endless. Take your pick because there are several ways you can help someone less fortunate.
    What about the Angel Tree? Often during this time of year with its hectic schedule, you might be dining out at an area restaurant. If so, look for an Angel Tree. Look over the tree and find a way to make a difference for a child.

  • Seth playing on Jesus’ football team every day

    Words cannot begin to express the love and support you have given our family. Your prayers have lifted us up, your stories have made us laugh and your love will help carry us through. God gave us the privilege of knowing Seth.