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Today's News

  • Tanner’s been bitten by a dog. He’s bleeding. Bad.

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    Anne Landires was on her way home from Walmart in Tega Cay last July when she got the phone call, a horrifying end to what had been a pleasantly routine summer day.
    On the other end of the line was her mother, Deb Omans, calling near frantic from Landires’ home in Indian Land’s Arlington neighborhood. She’d been outside with the grandkids, Tanner, 5, and Tessa, 8, as they played in the front yard.

    Get home. Tanner’s been bitten by a dog. He’s bleeding. Bad.

  • City denies annex request

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
     Residents in the Forest Hills and Partridge Hill subdivisions got their wish Tuesday night.
    Dozens of those residents packed Lancaster City Hall to voice their concerns about an annexation request that would bring 121 acres of land into the city.
    St. Katherine Properties, which owns the land, had requested a residential zoning classification of R-10, which requires 10,000 square feet per lot. That’s opposed to an R-15, which requires 15,000 square feet per lot.

  • Expansion under way on Heath Springs Fire Department

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    A lot of rocks and dirt and some construction equipment sit where the expanded Heath Springs Fire Department station will one day rest.
    It’s hard for some to envision, but planners have ensured the public that the station will be quite a spectacle once renovations are complete.
    Work got under way a few weeks ago, though officials used Wednesday to officially break ground on the expansion project.

  • Extra effort nets LHS win

     

       

    Leave it to a senior – who else – to save LHS Senior Night in a game which seemed would never end.

  • Extra effort nets LHS win

     

       

    Leave it to a senior – who else – to save LHS Senior Night in a game which seemed would never end.

  • LC Stallions spoil BHS senior night

     

       

     

  • Rams sweep Mustangs

     

       

    The A.R. Rucker Rams capped the middle school basketball season charging to a sweep of the rival South Middle Mustangs on Wednesday in the Lancaster High School gym.

  • Former deputy arrested for burglary, theft

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com

    A former deputy with the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office was arrested Thursday on multiple charges, including burglary and theft.

    Charles Thomas Minors, 39, of 3013 Stonebridge Lane, Lancaster, was arrested on six counts of burglary second degree, four counts of theft of a controlled substance and one count of obtaining prescription drugs by deceit.

  • Joint council meeting canceled

     

    Joint council meeting canceled

    A joint meeting between Lancaster City and County Councils has been canceled. It was scheduled for Feb. 10 at 6 p.m. at Lancaster City Hall to discuss a proposed airport business park, but will be rescheduled for a later date. 

     

  • Honorees receive deserved recognition

    Those who make a difference in Lancaster County drew the bulk of the spotlight during the  Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce’s 55th annual meeting at the Lancaster Golf Club’s Fairway Room.
    The Volunteer of the Year was presented to Dream Team Foundation founders Diana Knight and Julie Barton.
    Knight and Barton were surprised to receive the coveted honor, but they shouldn’t have been stunned in the least bit.