Today's News

  • Delly, Wright lead Vols' honorees



    The Andrew Jackson Volunteers honored their top sports performers at the Lancaster County Class AA school’s athletic awards night on Tuesday, May 15 at the school.

  • Take time to honor our freedom fighters

    Monday May 28, 2012, is Memorial Day. It’s a day we Americans set aside to remember those valiant Americans who laid their lives on the line to protect the wonderful freedoms we now enjoy in this great Republic.
    If you have a world map, or even better, a world globe, I invite you to pick it up and stab a point anywhere on it with one finger. Chances are you put that finger very close to a place where an American was killed, injured or perhaps buried while defending America’s freedom.

  • Watkins inspired, ecouraged many students

    Charles C. Moore
    Special to The Lancaster News
    Enrollment from when the University of South Carolina Lancaster began classes in fall of 1959 through this semester has grown from 51 to 1900.
    Community leaders, professors, deans, students and their families, have had a hand in this ongoing higher education success story, including many behind the scenes.
    One member of this joint effort was Barbara Croxton Watkins. Watkins was a fixture in the admissions office from 1970 until her retirement in 1995.

  • Smokies slated to open 2012 season on June 4



    The Ballantyne Smokies, with a new name and new diamond home, are ready to play ball this summer.

    The Smokies, the former Carolina Sox, are members of the Southern Collegiate Baseball League.

  • Offense comes on late in AJ spring football game

    KERSHAW – The defense had the upper hand early, but the offense came around in the annual Andrew Jackson High School spring football game on Friday, May 11 in Volunteer Stadium.

  • P-31 Juniors fall to Clover



    The Lancaster Post 31 junior baseball team fell to 0-2 with a second straight League V home loss Thursday night.

  • Mitchell to guide Lions

    RICHBURG – The Lewisville football family was introduced to Riley Mitchell on Tuesday.

    They met her dad, too.

  • P-31 seniors look to find key blend

    The 2012 Lancaster American Legion Post 31 senior baseball team will look to blend returnees along with a host of newcomers this season.

    The P-31 team, in its 69th season of Legion baseball, will be led by first-year head coach Quinton Rodgers, who has moved up from the junior team where he was an assistant last season.

  • Remember the fallen

    Gregory A. Summers
    Gene Wallace knows what spick-and-span means. He learned it as a deckhand on the USS New Jersey, America’s most decorated battleship.
    “I spent five-and-a-half years on that ship,” said the 81-year-old Wallace, who joined the U.S. Navy when the Korean War broke out.

  • B-3 for IL shot down again by council

    Christopher Sardelli
    It’s back to the drawing board as Lancaster County Council once again shot down a plan to revise commercial zoning in the Panhandle at its May 21 meeting.
    For the second time in two weeks, council members passed on addressing an ordinance crafted to revise the B-3 zoning classification in Indian Land.
    Council voted 6-0 at the meeting to table the ordinance. District 1 Councilman Larry McCullough was not present.