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Today's News

  • Training hard for 12 weeks: Photos show physical changes

    Editor’s note: The Lancaster News is tracking the progress of Katie Stogner and Jeff Holden as they undertake the Island Sun Tanning and Fitness 12-week Challenge for 2012. Here is their second progress report. You can also follow their progress at stevelewisplan.com.
    Katie’s story
    Four weeks down and I am so glad I did this. I have made some serious progress already, although I have a long way to go. I tend to be a little impatient, so to finally see some significant changes really helps me focus.

  • Mable Mickle

    Age: 84
    Address: East Church Street, Kershaw
    Family: Husband, the late John T. Mickle; daughters, Sharon Mickle, Andrea Mickle and Deborah Mickle Griffin; grandson, Johnathan Griffin
    Job: Retired teacher
    Church: Lifetime member of Mount Zion Baptist on Flat Rock Road, Heath Springs
    Hobbies: Traveling to new places, reading, doing crossword puzzles
    Favorite book: “Justice Older Than the Law,” by Katie McCabe and Dovey Johnson
    Favorite food: Crabcakes and sweet potatoes

  • Correction on headline

    The Lancaster News headline "Asbestos found in Badcock building" should have said "Asbestos found in OLD Badcock building." The story was not referencing the Badcock building on S.C. 9 Bypass.

  • Suspect arrested in woman's murder

    Lancaster County Sheriff's Office
    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office has arrested and charged Terry Catoe, 37, 747 Shiloh Unity Road, with the murder of Linda Massey Gaymon.
    Catoe was identified as a potential suspect in the murder on Wednesday and taken into custody on another charge. Catoe was charged with Gaymon’s murder late Thursday afternoon. Gaymon was located inside a vacant home on Starnes Street in the Brooklyn Avenue area of Lancaster on Feb. 24.

  • 4-H Showcase

    Come join us Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tractor Supply Co., 593 S.C. Bypass East (the old Bi-lo) for a day of fun as we showcase the 4-H activities in Lancaster County at the fifth annual Family Fun Day. 

  • Top 10 reasons to support local arts

    Talk show host David Letterman’s Top 10 lists are all for fun. However,  when it comes to the arts in Lancaster, for us, it takes a different focus. Here are our 10 reasons to support the local arts and cultural presence in our community.

  • FOI bills deserves support by House

    A bill that would allow South Carolinians to get copies of public documents faster and less expensively is heading to the full House of Representatives for consideration.
    It represents significant progress for open government and would be the first step in improving the state’s Freedom of Information Act since 2003.

  • Unseemly blame-shifting on rising gasoline prices

    One of the tightropes politicians walk is finding ways to take credit for things that go right, while blaming opponents for things that go wrong.
    And before I go any further, let me acknowledge upfront that this time-honored tradition isn’t specific to either political party.
    But President Barack Obama and his re-election campaign organization have stretched their credibility pretty thin with their recent attempt to pin the blame for rising gas prices on the tea party movement.

  • Pizza delivery driver robbed

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    Police are looking for a group of men who robbed a pizza delivery driver last weekend.
    Officers responded to Domino’s Pizza, at 677 S.C. 9 Bypass, at 10:39 p.m. Sunday about a report of an armed robbery, according to a Lancaster Police Department incident report.

  • Stolen liquor in truck leads to burglar

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    A truck bed full of liquor helped deputies link a Lancaster man to a theft from a convenience store last week.
    Lancaster County sheriff's deputies discovered the connection after responding to a 911 call on property in the 4000 block of JB Denton Road on Feb. 21.