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Today's News

  • Fatal wreck reported Saturday

    Staff Reports

    The S.C. Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal collision that took place Saturday morning.

    The accident was reportedly at 10:12 a.m. on North Taxahaw Road near U.S. 601, which is in the Charlesboro community of Lancaster County.

     No further details were available at press time Saturday. 

    Check www.thelancasternews.com for updates.

     

       

  • GOP women to hold presidential info event

    Lancaster County Republican Women

    How does one become president of the United States?  

    Dr. Danny Faulkner presents the process and the importance of the voter’s role in the upcoming presidential elections at a meeting of Lancaster County Republican Women.

    Women age 18 and older are invited to attend the meeting at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 8 in the assembly room on the second floor of Springs Memorial Hospital, 800 W. Meeting St. 

  • History, culture and connections the focus of leadership Lancaster

    Sherry Archie

    For The Lancaster News

    The 18 members of the 2011 Leadership Lancaster class stood shoulder-to-shoulder, pressed tightly together and hugging the wall in complete silence as two armed men each held a hostage at gunpoint. 

    In an instant, the front door slammed open and members of the Lancaster SWAT Team stormed the home through every door and several windows to attempt to save the hostages and apprehend the perpetrators. 

  • Sheriff’s office offers safety tips

    Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office

    Halloween can be exciting for children and adults. Halloween parties, trick-or-treating, fall festivals and haunted houses are all enjoyable.  However, the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind you to not let your guard down when it comes to safety.  

  • Fatal wreck reported Saturday

    Staff Reports

    The S.C. Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal collision that took place Saturday morning.

    A 19-year-old Kershaw resident was killed in an accident at 10:12 a.m. on North Taxahaw Road near U.S. 601, which is in the Charlesboro community of Lancaster County.

    The teen, driving a 1998 Honda, swerved off of the road and struck a utility pole. He was wearing a seat belt.

    No further details were available at press time Saturday. 

  • Lady Warriors roll, host GHS Indians

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors blanked Pendleton to advance to a Class AA Upper State semifinal clash with Gilbert on Monday night.

    The 17-4 Lady Warriors rolled over the PHS Lady Bulldogs, 3-0 – 25-15, 25-14 and 25-18 on Wednesday night at the ILHS gym.

  • Fall Flavors

    Heirloom pumpkins, mums, autumn wreaths, flags and pillows add special touches that greet the season at the home of Frank and Corinne Brackett, located at 714 Plantation Road.  

    These special touches and the natural beauty of the landscaping prompted the Lancaster Council of Garden Clubs to choose the Bracketts for the October Yard of the Month. Selected by Betsy Folks and Sheila Roberts of The Lancaster Garden Club, the Brackett yard is loaded with perfect fall flavors.

  • Why hasn’t our congressman supported American Jobs Act?

    U.S. Congressman Mick Mulvaney should have the courage to put politics aside for the sake of the small business owners, firefighters, police officers, engineers, construction workers, educators and the unemployed in South Carolina. Support the American Jobs Act.
    The American Jobs Act is made up of ideas that have been supported by both Democrats and Republicans.
    The economic impact for this state is huge:
    u In South Carolina, 80,000 small business firms will receive a payroll tax cut.

  • Don’t compare OWS to the tea party

    For weeks I’ve watched as the media has compared the recent Occupy Wall Street protests to the tea party rallies that began in early 2009. Those comparisons leave me scratching my head.
    First, let’s dispense with the obvious: I’m a conservative Republican, and I have much more in common with tea party folks than I do the Occupy Wall Street protesters.

  • City takes politics out of grant funding

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Major adjustments are coming to the city of Lancaster’s hospitality tax grant process – again.
    City Council voted Tuesday to adopt three key changes to the system that awards area groups money to fund services and events designed to foster tourism.
    Teresa Meeks, the city’s support services director, said a committee met earlier this month to discuss the process. Their three key suggestions were to: