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Today's News

  • Kershaw pledges more support in Carolina Thread Trail effort

    The town of Kershaw is the first Lancaster County entity to take the latest step in formal support of the Carolina Thread Trail. 

    Kershaw Town Council voted 6-0 on Monday to adopt the master plan for the trail, which will feature greenways and other natural sites throughout 15 counties in both Carolinas. 

    Councilman Morris Russell arrived at the meeting after the vote was taken. 

  • Lancaster man charged in string of burglaries

    Deputies have arrested a Lancaster man they say is responsible for a string of burglaries and larcenies last month. 

    The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office charged William James Blakeney, 25, 4000 Alee Lane, with two counts of second-degree burglary and one count of breaking and entering into an automobile. 

    He is being held at the Lancaster County Detention Center. 

  • Armed robbery suspects arrested

    Selling meat can apparently be dangerous. 

    Authorities have nabbed two Lancaster men suspected of armed robbery last week near Great Falls Highway. 

    Glendale Zerderrick Bufford, 2283 Airport Road, and Jarvis Kenyall Hammond, 3472 Oakridge Road, were both charged with armed robbery, possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime and pointing and presenting a firearm. 

  • If you build it, they will come... to McBee

    Jonathan Wedlock

    Landmark News Service

     Like in a scene from the movie “Field of Dreams,” starring Kevin Costner, Kemp McLeod Jr. went to great lengths to raise money to help the children of McBee play on a field of their dreams. McLeod, owner of McLeod Farms in McBee, imprinted a design in his cornfield to commemorate the University of South Carolina's back-to-back national baseball championships. 

  • Local basin in drought

    Catawba Wateree Drought Management Advisory Group

    The Catawba-Wateree Drought Management Advisory Group (CW-DMAG) said August’s dry weather has moved the Catawba-Wateree Basin back into stage 1 drought level of the Low Inflow Protocol (LIP). 

    The LIP is the regional drought-management plan that major water users in the basin use to share responsibility and set priorities to conserve the limited water supply during periods of low inflow. 

  • Bruins swimmers top Rock Hill, York

    The Lancaster High swim team posted two impressive wins at the Lancaster County pool on Sept. 8.

  • Teams seek repeat effort

     

       

    Repeat is the central theme for Lancaster County high school football teams Friday night.

    Each county team posted an impressive win in week four action and would like to do it again this week.

  • Tanner here for Blue & Gold Santa

     

       

       

     

  • McGuire cruises to Vintage checkers

     

       

    Frankie McGuire, in his ZZ Top ride, built a late lead and cruised to the Vintage win at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

    The Vintage front row had Chris Fincher and Don Burns.

  • Today's Recipe

    Nancy K. Starnes found this Peach Pound Cake recipe in the S.C. Farmers Market Bulletin. Submitted to the publication by Jackie Blanton of Gaffney, Starnes said the recipe took first place honors at the 2004 Gaffney Peach Festival.

    “I thought some readers may enjoy it since some peaches are still available,” she said. “I’ve made this cake two times and it is simply delicious. It makes a large pound cake and is worth every bit of the trouble.”

    Peach Pound Cake

    Ingredients