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Today's News

  • Demand for Griffin’s book exceeds supply

     

  • The logistics of a hassle-free holiday

    Family Features

    The holidays are supposed to be filled with love and good cheer, but the logistics of shopping for gifts, sending out cards, taking family trips and shipping packages can leave even the jolliest of people in a Scrooge-like mood. 

     

    Fortunately, there are some ways you can take the hassle out of the holidays and make them a little brighter for yourself and those around you. 

  • Bruins net title game bid

     

    Lancaster earned a bid to the Jackets Invitational Preseason tournament championship game with a 77-51 win over tourney host Buford on Monday night.

    The Bruins’ 26-point win moved LHS to a rematch of the 2009 tournament title game with Fort Mill.

  • County stars capture district soccer crowns

     

       

    Lancaster County will send three teams to the S.C. Athletic Programs state tournament in Rock Hill on Dec. 4 after the teams swept to Central District titles at the Melvin L. Steele Soccer Complex on Saturday.

  • Suspects linked to 12 burglaries

    Four suspects arrested earlier this month have been linked to 12 burglaries throughout the county, though the list could grow.
    Less than two weeks after deputies arrested and charged four Lancaster residents in connection with October’s burglary spree, the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office has released a list of when and where the quartet’s crimes took place.

  • Suspects linked to 12 burglaries

    Four suspects arrested earlier this month have been linked to 12 burglaries throughout the county, though the list could grow.
    Less than two weeks after deputies arrested and charged four Lancaster residents in connection with October’s burglary spree, the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office has released a list of when and where the quartet’s crimes took place.

  • Deputies investigating another rash of burglaries

    The sheriff’s office is investigating a new wave of burglaries.
    Between Nov. 15 and Nov. 21, a series of burglaries were reported from the Panhandle to the southern part of the county, including homes in Indian Land, Lancaster, Heath Springs and Kershaw.
    Sheriff Barry Faile said the incidents were not connected to a burglary spree at a dozen locations last month. Four suspects were arrested earlier this month in connection with those crimes.

  • Carnes testing interest in bid for Senate

    INDIAN LAND – An Indian Land businessman is considering running for the District 16 state Senate seat.
    Brian Carnes, a lifelong Lancaster County resident and former school board member, is looking at possibly running for the seat, which is soon to be vacated by Republican Mick Mulvaney.
    Mulvaney bested Democratic incumbent John Spratt for the 5th Congressional District seat earlier this month and will soon be heading to Washington, D.C.

  • New Roy Hardin Park almost ready for public

    After more than a year of development and months of construction work, the new Roy Hardin Park is almost complete.
    The relocated Indian Land park, which moved from its original 9.9 acres near Collins Road to 10.92 acres of property on Shelley Mullis Road, is close to opening for the public.
    Brian Rollar, director of development with Charlotte-based York Development Group, which has been working on moving the park, said crews were putting the finishing touches on the park last week.

  • Church to host Thanksgiving dinner

    If you’re in need of a meal on Thanksgiving, there’s at least one place for you to go.
    Freedom Freewill Baptist Church is hosting a Thanksgiving dinner at its sanctuary from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
    It’s open to anybody hard hit by the economy and who may not be able to provide a meal for themselves, said the Rev. Mitch Ingram, pastor at the church.