Today's News

  • New Roy Hardin Park almost ready for public

    After more than a year of development and months of construction work, the new Roy Hardin Park is almost complete.
    The relocated Indian Land park, which moved from its original 9.9 acres near Collins Road to 10.92 acres of property on Shelley Mullis Road, is close to opening for the public.
    Brian Rollar, director of development with Charlotte-based York Development Group, which has been working on moving the park, said crews were putting the finishing touches on the park last week.

  • Church to host Thanksgiving dinner

    If you’re in need of a meal on Thanksgiving, there’s at least one place for you to go.
    Freedom Freewill Baptist Church is hosting a Thanksgiving dinner at its sanctuary from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
    It’s open to anybody hard hit by the economy and who may not be able to provide a meal for themselves, said the Rev. Mitch Ingram, pastor at the church.

  • 30th annual B&B Craft Show is Saturday in Lancaster

    The annual B&B Craft Show will be held from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Springdale Recreation Center, 260 S. Plantation Road.  
    This will be 30th show, traditionally held the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Its sponsor is Landmark Pentecostal Holiness Church.
    As in the past, there will be an assortment of items to pick from.
    Vendors will display and sell crafts, gifts, jewelry, pottery and art.  Food items will also be available at the show.
    Pictures with Santa will be made from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  • Coldwell Banker opens at new Lancaster location

    Coldwell Banker United, Realtors has moved its Lancaster real estate office to 106 N. Woodland Drive.
    The new office is located in the North Woodland Shopping Center, between the S.C. 9 Bypass and North Main Street, beside McDonald’s.
    Coldwell Banker United, Realtors sales associates serve the Lancaster, Indian Land, Kershaw, Heath Springs and Fort Lawn areas.

  • Take time to ponder meaning of holiday

    For many of us, celebrating Thanksgiving conjures up visions of pseudo-Pilgrims and early Indians dressed in period garb created from the best construction paper first- and second-graders could find.
    Cutouts of turkeys, pumpkins and cornucopias hanging from classroom ceilings added to the festive spirit.

  • A Thanksgiving Day cooking fiasco to forget

    Ah yes, Thanksgiving Day is here and for many of us it will be our annual rite of family, football and daylong feasting.

  • Man dies, wife hurt in kayak mishap

    A Kershaw man died after falling out of his kayak in a pond near Great Falls on Sunday.
    Clarence Marshall Jr., 65, and his wife, Brenda, also 65, were kayaking on Stumpy Pond when both of their kayaks capsized, said Lancaster County Deputy Coroner Karla Knight Deese. Stumpy Pond is located in the Cedar Creek Reservoir along the Catawba River, between Great Falls and Lancaster.

  • Gamecocks claw out win



  • Seven Vols earn region grid honors



    Seven Andrew Jackson High School players have been selected to the Conference IV-AA football team for the 2010 season.

  • Seven Vols earn region grid honors



    Seven Andrew Jackson High School players have been selected to the Conference IV-AA football team for the 2010 season.