Today's News

  • LHS booters sweep Cyclones

    The Lancaster High School girls soccer team capped their regular-season with a 9-0 win over Chester to highlight a Bruins’ sweep on Tuesday night at Memorial Stadium.

    LHS sophomore Frances Whitesides scored two goals and added an assist for the Lady Bruins.

  • Lady Mustangs buck Lady Vols twice to capture district crown



    Palmetto foiled Andrew Jackson’s postseason softball hopes, taking two wins over the Lady Volunteers and the Class AA Upper State District IV title on Wednesday, May 2 at AJ.

  • Dogs edge AJ Vols for district title



    Pendleton rallied from an early 2-0 deficit to take a 3-2 win over Andrew Jackson to capture the Class AA Upper State District IV baseball championship Wednesday at the Bulldogs’ field.

  • Lady Bruins win district



    The Lancaster Lady Bruins’ late-season surge hit a high as the LHS girls captured the Class AAAA District I softball championship with a solid 3-1 win over the J.L. Mann Lady Patriots on Wednesday afternoon.

  • Vols bid to stay alive in playoffs



    Pendleton rallied from an early 2-0 deficit to take a 6-5 win over Andrew Jackson in the winners bracket of Class AA Upper State District IV baseball playoffs.

  • Standing Tall

    The importance of perseverance rang true for all 74 University of South Carolina Lancaster students who participated in graduation ceremonies Saturday, April 28.

    But it was especially true for Amy Johnson, who donned her cap and gown and listened to guest speaker Dr. Leah Moody.

    For Johnson, 54, perseverance is her only option, as she’s battled cancer off and on for the last several years. 

  • Baccalaureate services signal high school graduations

    Part of what makes graduation so memorable is the depth of tradition inherent in it.

    In the coming weeks, Lancaster County’s high school seniors will begin their march toward graduation with a ceremony that dates back to the days of the world’s ancient universities – baccalaureate.

    According to several sources, the services are believed to have begun at the United Kingdom’s University of Oxford sometime around 1432 to celebrate young lives dedicated to learning and wisdom.

  • Group attacks bicyclist

    Investigators are searching for at least two men who attacked a bicyclist last weekend. 

    Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to an assault call at 3:51 p.m. Sunday, April 29, in the the 200 block of Brooklyn Avenue, according to an incident report. 

    When deputies arrived, they found a 55-year-old man sitting on the ground with several people gathered around and trying to help him. 

  • City chooses contractor to renovate Main St. building

    The city of Lancaster has decided which company will oversee the transformation of the former downtown Badcock store to an Native American art gallery.

    City Council voted 6-1 at its April 24 meeting to award a bid to Perception Builders of Lancaster. For $746,488, the company will renovate the building, at 119 S. Main St., which will be used by the University of South Carolina Lancaster.

  • Davis takes Vintage special at Speedway

    Steve Davis captured the Hagar Motorsports Vintage Vengeance race to highlight action at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

    The front row for the Vintage Main Event was Brian Greene and Steve Davis.