Today's News

  • City firefighters epitomize brotherhood

    DUI checkpoints. Fatal car crashes. Traffic control at major college football games.

    Daren Jenkins’ job as a trooper with the S.C. Highway Patrol is quite involved, requiring him to work odd hours and travel from county to county regularly.

    And when he finally takes off his trooper’s uniform, his work isn’t over.

    Jenkins, a Lancaster County native, also volunteers with the Lancaster Fire Department – an organization he’s been affiliated with since 1999.

  • Soup, crackers and performances on the menu

    The culinary and performing arts will collide with the Lancaster County Council of the Arts’ first Soup Studio on Friday.

    Soup Studio will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster’s Bradley Arts and Sciences Building.

    Those attending will get a light lunch provided by several local restaurants, and entertainment from Lancaster County School District student groups and King’s Cause, a local gospel group.

    Tickets are $10, with 300 tickets available.

  • Vols' man in motion

    Andrew Jackson High School senior two-way starter Darrien Henderson stays on the move for the Volunteers’ football team.

    Henderson, a 5-9, 180-pounder, rarely gets a break during AJ games.

    The Vols’ four-year varsity member is in his second year as the starter at quarterback. He also leads the defense at safety.

    “Due to injuries, he’s been thrust into a lot of different roles on the team this season,” Andrew Jackson coach David Moore said. “He’s stepped up with our injuries.”

  • Vols hold on, deck Jackets 21-12

     BUFORD – Andrew Jackson survived 137 penalty yards to hold on and defeat county rival Buford, 21-12 in a bone-rattling Conference IV-AA thriller at Buford on Friday night.

  • Bruins rock Bearcats


  • Oct. 2 last day to register to vote in Nov. election

    The last day to register to vote in the Nov. 2 general election is quickly approaching.

    Saturday is the last day to sign up, and the Lancaster County Voter Registration office, at the County Administration Building, 101 N. Main St., will be open from 9 a.m. to noon that day.

    New registrants need to bring a driver’s license with their correct Lancaster County address on it and have their Social Security number, said county voting official Cassie Stump.

  • Lady Bruins top Trojans in exciting tennis win


  • Sheriff to take on white-collar crime

    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office has a white-collar crime investigator among its ranks now.

    The department received a $111,491 federal grant that will fund the salary, equipment, vehicle, training and travel for the investigator, who will investigate forgeries, scams, identify theft and credit card fraud.

    “Any investigation involving a person using deceit rather than force to obtain financial gain,” Sheriff Barry Faile said.

  • Warriors' second-half charge scalps Braves


  • County supports Kershaw’s effort to secure grants for CareNet facility

    The town of Kershaw has received the backing of County Council its efforts to create a health-care facility.

    Council approved at its Sept. 28 meeting serving as a co-applicant with the town of Kershaw for a Community Development Block Grant  to renovate a building for a CareNet health-care facility. CareNet is a local nonprofit group that provides medical services and medication for little or no cost to county residents.