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Today's News

  • St. Paul Classics get their due and their day

    The heartbeat of any neighborhood can be measured at its houses of worship.

    But without people who nurture, teach and reach out to others in Christian love, it’s nothing more than bricks, mortar, paint and lumber.

    That never escapes the St. Paul AME Church family, which will honor 15 of its spiritual mothers and fathers, collectively know as the Classics, for their contributions to the local community this weekend.

    Billed as an extravaganza showcase, the special recognition is 5 p.m. Saturday, at the church, 133 Pleasant St.

  • St. Paul Classics get their due and their day

    The heartbeat of any neighborhood can be measured at its houses of worship.

    But without people who nurture, teach and reach out to others in Christian love, it’s nothing more than bricks, mortar, paint and lumber.

    That never escapes the St. Paul AME Church family, which will honor 15 of its spiritual mothers and fathers, collectively know as the Classics, for their contributions to the local community this weekend.

    Billed as an extravaganza showcase, the special recognition is 5 p.m. Saturday, at the church, 133 Pleasant St.

  • Mackey talks with pads

     

       

    BUFORD – Buford High School head football coach Mike Wells describes Jackets’ senior left offensive tackle James Mackey as a player who “leads by example.”

  • LHS soccer making marks on, off field

     

       

    The Lancaster High School varsity soccer program is making its marks on and off the field.

  • LHS swimmers fall to Clover in opener

    The Lancaster High School swim fell to Clover, 371-189, in its opener Monday.

    The LHS team includes students from the four county high schools and middle schools.

  • LHS hosts volleyball jamboree Saturday

    The Lancaster High School volleyball team will host its second annual jamboree on Saturday in the LHS gym where play opens at 9 a.m.

    The tournament features a varsity field and junior varsity field.

  • LMS has action-packed dirt racing card Saturday

    Lancaster Motor Speedway hosts seven divisions Saturday night.

  • Wrecks block both lanes of U.S. 521
  • Don't forget about the residents of Edenmoor

    The troubled Edenmoor development in Indian Land has been in the news regularly for the last few months. 

    Many of the stories have been long and complicated because the issues surrounding the stalled development are complex, involving the county’s Forfeited Land Commission, developers, financiers, tax and bond sales and pending contracts. And much of what has taken place has been behind closed doors, making it even more difficult to make sense of what’s going on.

  • Today's Recipes

    Making sure a brown bag lunch is nutritious and tasty enough not to end up in the school trash can is almost impossible.

    But if what students learn in the classroom prepares them for the future, so does what they learn at the cafeteria lunch table, said medical journalist and author Dr. Melissa Stoppler.