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Today's News

  • Police reports 1-6-11

    According to
    Lancaster Police Department
    incident reports:
    • Officers investigated a report of a woman who allegedly pointed a gun at another woman Dec. 14. Several officers spoke with a 42-year-old woman who said a woman she knew had just pulled a silver gun on her, waved it in her face and then drove away.
    Police found the suspect at her Chesterfield Avenue home.  She said the other woman had called her to ask if she was having an affair with her husband.

  • Community turns out to support Habitat

    Nita Brown
    For The Lancaster News
    Residents throughout Lancaster County turned out to celebrate New Year’s and support Habitat for Humanity of Lancaster County.
    Pamela Giardiello, chairwoman of Habitat for Humanity of Lancaster County, said she is grateful for the support of the “Topping Out” New Year’s Eve fundraiser at the Fairway Room on Dec. 31.
    Habitat’s mission is to provide affordable homes for lower-income families in Lancaster County.

  • Kennedy quotes reflect LCCA mission

    If you want to celebrate the tremendous lifetime accomplishments of highly acclaimed performance artists, one of the best programs to watch is the annual Kennedy Center Honors, which was televised Dec. 22. 

    The Kennedy Center Honors have been awarded annually since 1978 by the Board of Trustees of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. 

  • Warriors sweep to wrestling wins

     

       

    The Indian Land Warriors’ wrestling team opened the second half of its season with a sweep of Charlotte, N.C., area foes Myers Park and Providence on Tuesday night.

  • Former county standouts earn rings for teams’ top play

    Two former Lancaster County prep football standouts earned rings as their respective teams posted outstanding seasons in college football this fall.

  • Lady Jackets rips Lions, go to 8-1

     

       

    The surging Buford High girls basketball team continued their stellar play, rolling to a 43-20 win over Lewisville at BHS on Wednesday night.

  • Bruins lasso Stallions

    The Lancaster Bruins launched the 2012 portion of their basketball schedule with a sweep of visiting Class AAA South Pointe on Tuesday night.

  • An early surprise

    Terrell Springs started off 2012 by making a mad dash to Lancaster from Great Falls in the wee hours of the morning.

    No, the trip wasn’t in the New Year’s Day  plans of he and his girlfriend, Ashley Boulware. However, their daughter, Telia Alani Springs, couldn’t wait.

    “I had the emergency flashers on all the way,” he said. 

  • Today's Recipe

    Chef Nancy Hughes hopes you’re hungry.

    The author of “15-Minute Diabetic Meals” and the “The 4-Ingredient Diabetes Cookbook” has put together an easy-to-make Molasses Drumsticks with Soy Sauce recipe that’s finger-licking, lip-smacking good.

    “The molasses gives it a deep, earthy sweetness. It’s like a real dark, rummy brown sugar,” Hughes said in an instructional video posted on the American Diabetes Association website.

  • New state laws in effect for 2012

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    A cap on lawsuit awards, immigration checks for employees and photo IDs to register a new vehicle top the list of new South Carolina laws that went into effect Sunday, Jan. 1.
    Tort reform
    The S.C. Fairness in Civil Justice Act of 2011, signed into law by Gov. Nikki Haley on June 14, 2011, limits punitive damages in most civil lawsuits to $500,000 or three times the actual damages, whichever is greater.
    The law only affects new lawsuits filed after Jan. 1 and allows for exceptions.