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Today's News

  • Feds arrest 19 Hells Angels in sweep

    Four Lancaster County residents were among 19 people arrested during a massive, two-state law enforcement operation at various Hells Angels-affiliated motorcycle clubs and other locations Thursday morning, June 7.

  • Mahaffey-Wilson Funeral Home has new owner

    Though Mahaffey-Wilson Funeral Home & Cremation Center is under new ownership, its dedication to quality service is expected to remain the same.

    The funeral home, with roots in Lancaster that date back to the 1940s, has been bought by McLean Funeral Directors of Gastonia, N.C.

    Joe Wilson had been the owner since May 2009. The sale was finalized June 1.

  • Federal sting nabs 19 Hells Angels members throughout Carolinas

    Staff reports
    Four Lancaster men were among 19 people arrested during a massive, two-state law enforcement operation at various Hells Angels-affiliated motorcycle clubs Thursday morning, June 7.
    Locals arrested and charged during the raids include Mark William Baker, David Channing Oiler, Richard Thrower and Jamie Hobbs Long, according to a press release from U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles.

  • Look – up in the sky. It’s a bird. It’s a plane! It’s a...glider

    Michele Roberts
    For The Lancaster News
    Perhaps you’ve seen a strange aircraft in the sky, one with extra long wings that makes no noise at all. Rest assured it’s not a UFO or a military drone. Chances are, it’s a glider that has taken off from Bermuda High Soaring School in eastern Lancaster County.

  • Join fight against diabetes Saturday at Famdamily's

    On Saturday, June 9, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., there will be a family fun day at Famdamily’s Restaurant, 1227 Great Falls Highway. Hair chalking, face painting, a dunking booth, children’s karaoke, diabetes testing and arts and crafts are just some of activities planned for the event.

  • Senate makes progress during spring session

    So far, this session of the S.C. General Assembly has been productive. I’m pleased with the progress that has been made on several fronts, including improving the structure of state government. Listed below are some issues, both large and small, that we have been addressing.
    Crush and run
    If you own an old car and it is stolen, chances are it’s heading to a scrap yard. Nine out of 10 cars stolen in South Carolina are eight years old or older. They can be sold to scrap dealers without proof of ownership.

  • Remembering D-Day

    INDIAN LAND – Most of us have fond memories of at least one family vacation, a cherished memory that stays with us for a lifetime. 

    The Menkhaus family – Pete, Stephanie, Patrick, 15, Julia, 12, and Madeline, 8 – have one too, a side trip taken during their family vacation to London this spring.

    The family’s three-day trip to Normandy, France, site of the historic World War II D-Day invasion 68 years ago today, overshadowed their main trip, they said, and affected them more profoundly than any of them expected.

  • Summer Fest concert canceled

     

    Promoters intended to bring rapper Slick Rick to Lancaster

    The “old-school” rapper known for wearing the signature patch over his right eye won’t be coming to Lancaster on Saturday.

    Slick Rick was scheduled to perform as part of the first-ever Lancaster Summer Fest concert. However, Top Sh3lf Entertainment, the group organizing the concert, said Monday, June 4, that the event has been canceled.

  • Democrats to honor Rick Wade on Friday

    A Lancaster native with an ever-growing list of major accomplishments in business and political arenas will be recognized this week in his hometown.

    Rick C. Wade, a 1980 Lancaster High School graduate and former Lancaster High student body president, will be honored at a special event on Friday, June 8, at the Lancaster Golf Club Fairway Room. The function, which includes a 6 p.m. reception and 8 p.m. dinner, is a fundraiser of the Lancaster County Democratic Party.

    Proceeds will be used to support local Democratic candidates.

  • Moss tops Race for Literacy field

    Dyllan Moss,16, used a 6:20 pace to post a 19:41 effort to win the third annual 5K Race for Literacy road race Saturday, May 6 on the course at the University of South Carolina Lancaster.

    Moss, a Charlotte runner, topped a 157-runner field.