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Today's News

  • Seeing pink twice

    For Jan Hicks, the pink ribbon on her Springs Memorial Hospital employee badge isn’t a reminder that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

    As a registered nurse and case manager, Hicks doesn’t need a decal on her name tag to remember that. 

    Right now, many in the medical field are supporting men and women who have survived, or are battling breast cancer. 

    That comes with the territory for Hicks and her colleagues. 

  • Springs Memorial team’s 58 tops Rub of the Green field

    The Springs Memorial Hospital team topped a 17-team field to win the 19th annual Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce’s Rub of the Green golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Thursday afternoon.

    The Springs Memorial team, which shot a 14-under 58, included Nathan Crabtree, Doug Arbour, Charles Wright and Ronnie Daves.

  • Warriors’ late flurry not enough in region road loss to Stallions

     

       

    BISHOPVILLE – Three straight Conference IV-AA road games have been rough on the Indian Land Warriors.

  • Braves charge to swat BHS Jackets

    BUFORD – It takes 48 minutes to win a high school football game, not 24.

    After playing toe to toe for two quarters, the 10th-ranked Cheraw Braves pulled away from the Buford High School Yellow Jackets in the second half to notch a key 41-14 Region IV-AA win on Friday night.

  • Eagles soar to clip Volunteers

     

       

    KERSHAW – Sixth-ranked Central High of Pageland continued its mastery of Andrew Jackson, posting a 34-0 shutout of the Volunteers at Volunteer Stadium on Friday night.

  • Indians spear Bruins, 49-7

     

       

    GAFFNEY – You will get no argument from Lancaster High football coach Bennie McMurray over the lofty football ranking of the Gaffney Indians.

  • Residents oppose Deese Road closing

    Christopher Sardelli

    csardelli@thelancasternews.com

    One after another, the small group of residents stepped to the podium. Some had homemade maps, while others just had heartfelt words, but all were concerned about a proposed plan to close part of their neighborhood road. 

  • EPA fines Ryland Homes

    A construction company that built homes in two Lancaster County residential developments has agreed to pay $625,000 to settle a federal lawsuit.

    At the center of the lawsuit is Ryland Homes of Westlake Village, Calif. Over the years, the company has built homes in the Clairemont and Edenmoor residential developments in Indian Land.

  • Education standards may change

    The Lancaster County School District is waiting for word from the S.C. Department of Education on whether it will adopt a national set of common core standards, but moving ahead with plans to implement them.

    The Common Core State Standards Initiative is a state-led, nonpartisan effort of the National Governors Center for Best Practices and the Council of Chief State School Officers to set national English language arts (ELA) and mathematics standards.

  • Police probe American Legion fight

    Two teens have been charged and police are looking for more suspects in a massive brawl a little more than a week ago at the Lancaster American Legion. 

    Lancaster police officers were conducting foot patrol along South Main Street shortly after midnight Oct. 15 because of the large group of people attending a party at the building.