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Today's News

  • Lady Bruins booters top Lady Demons, 5-2

     

       

    The Lancaster High School girls soccer team posted their second straight win, taking a 5-2 non-region victory over Lugoff-Elgin on Monday night.

  • Teams quest for crowns

     

       

    Three Lancaster County high school softball teams will be seeking to advance to the Upper State championship series with district tournament crowns today.

    Lady Bruins face Mann

  • Council of the Arts’ 2012 gala set for May 12

    Nonprofit organizations like the Lancaster County Council of the Arts depend on the good will of others to be able to carry out their mission in the community. Those of us who love and believe in our work in the not-for-profit sector delight in the shared experiences provided for and by our community “family” members. This month’s column will highlight many of the cultural opportunities and events we hope you will share with us.

    Arts gala on May 12

  • Flags at half-staff on Wednesday


    Flags will be flown at half-staff on Wednesday, May 2, throughout the state as the S.C. Law Enforcement Officers Association sponsors its annual memorial service in honor of law enforcement officers who died in 2011.

  • America’s dream of civil society fading

    It was a Friday evening and we went to dinner at a local restaurant. We sat down and had just started to look at the menu, when from a booth a few tables away, we heard the sound of a mother cursing at one of the two small children with her. She was swearing about a green balloon one of the children wanted. A moment later, she was threatening to beat them if they didn’t eat their food – again using foul language.

  • Catching the train

    Gregory A. Summers
    gsummers@thelancasternews.com
    Some things never change. With his hands behind his back, a smiling Hazel Knight strolled across the floor of The Shoe Peddler to welcome a customer who had opened the door.
    After 60 years on Main Street, Knight still greets this customer with the same zeal that he used when he waited on Elliott White Springs in February 1955, when “the colonel” walked into the brand-new J.C. Penney department store on South Main Street.

  • Kershaw names Pettit administrator

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
     KERSHAW – Kershaw town officials didn’t have to look far to find their next administrator.
    Town Council voted at a special meeting Tuesday, April 24, to hire Lancaster native Bryan Pettit as Tony Starnes’ successor.
    Starnes announced last month that he would be stepping down, effective Tuesday, May 1.
    Pettit, 51, has spent nearly 30 years with Springs Industries. He began at the Grace plant and ascended to the position of quality-assurance manager for imports.

  • Commitee begins work on 2012-13 fiscal year budget

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    The creation of a new 911 system, rising gas prices and the addition of new emergency personnel are some of the challenges the county’s Finance Committee will tackle when it begins discussing the county budget Monday, April 30.

  • Council hears S.C. 160 update

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    County officials, residents and motorists anxiously listened to an update on expansion plans for S.C. 160, one of the Panhandle’s busiest roads, at Lancaster County Council’s Monday meeting, April 23.

  • Driver arrested for DUI after crash

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    Police arrested a Lancaster woman for driving under the influence after she crashed and flipped her car in front of the Municipal Justice Center on Monday morning, April 23.
    Genie Acquaro-Hagins, 58, 2538 Old Camden Highway, was arrested and charged with DUI soon after the crash, which happened only a few feet from the intersection of McCardell and East Arch streets, according to a Lancaster Police Department incident report.