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Today's News

  • Dixie Baseball asks City Council for $300K

    Lancaster Dixie Baseball has asked the city of Lancaster for a major financial favor. 

    At City Council’s June 26 meeting, David Hance, board chairman for the Lancaster Dixie Baseball program, presented a request for $300,000 from the city’s hospitality tax fund.  

    If granted, the money would go toward upgrades at the two ball fields at Wylie Park. 

  • Friends of Jackie Craine launch cell phone drive

    Friends of domestic- abuse victim Jackie Craine, will remember her life through a cell phone drive from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Friday, July 6. 

    The drive is being held in honor of Craine’s 35th birthday.

    A 1996 graduate of Lancaster High School, Craine, 34, was shot and killed on Jan. 5, 2012, in the parking lot of Avery Lake Apartments in Fort Mill. 

  • Reward offered in theft of AC units

    Authorities are asking for help finding whoever stole several air conditioners and related parts from a Kershaw business during the last few months.

    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office has teamed up with Kershaw-based ECN Industries, located at 425 Little Dude Ave., to track down and arrest those responsible for several thefts at the business, according to a sheriff’s office press release. 

    The business is offering a $500 reward for any information leading to an arrest.

  • Ozone all-stars unbeaten in district tourney play

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball Ozone all-stars, ages 11-12, stayed unbeaten in the district tournament at Rodman Park in Chester County with a 10-7 win over York Central on Monday.

  • Tigers take win over Kershaw

    The Lancaster Tigers capped their regular-season schedule, taking a 361-161 win over the Kershaw swim team on Thursday, June 28.

    Simon Wright and Lauren Spencer led the Tigers with four firsts each. Kershaw swimmers Luke Sowell and Connor Poston had four wins apiece.

  • Tigers take win over Kershaw

    The Lancaster Tigers capped their regular-season schedule, taking a 361-161 win over the Kershaw swim team on Thursday, June 28.

    Simon Wright and Lauren Spencer led the Tigers with four firsts each. Kershaw swimmers Luke Sowell and Connor Poston had four wins apiece.

  • Crawford falls shorts in bid for London Games

     

       

    Shawn Crawford’s run for London fell shy of an 2012 Olympic quest Sunday afternoon at the U.S. Olympic Trials for track and field at Heyward Field at the University of Oregon.

  • P-31 ignites, clubs Clover

    Two days prior to July Fourth, the Lancaster American Legion Post 31 senior baseball team produced their share of fireworks on the diamond.

    Post 31 rolled to an 11-1 win over Clover, posting the League V win in seven innings due to the 10-run mercy rule.

  • 'Cheeseburger' Mullis top dog in taking first Crate Sportsman win

     

       

    Bryan “Cheeseburger” Mullis captured his first-ever win in the Crate Sportsman Division to highlight racing action at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

  • Two men arrested on cocaine charges

    Two men were arrested during a traffic stop late last month after authorities found cocaine in their car.

    David Frisco Jones, 34, of Lugoff, and Sedric Davel Robertson, 33, 638 Kershaw Club Road, Kershaw, were arrested June 29 and each charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office press release.

    The arrests were made following a traffic stop by investigators with the Lancaster County Drug Task Force on East Richland Street in Kershaw, the release said.