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Today's News

  • Knight has witnessed the Main Street transformation

    Hazel Knight recalls Main Street, Lancaster, as it was more than 60 years ago. Knight was 11 years old in 1943 when he went to work for James and Etta Robinson in their clothing store. He swept and mopped the wooden floors and dusted the counters and shelves and ran errands.

  • Ida Claire! – Great Falls women start cheesecake company

    They have a wholesalers license and their product is certified as a South Carolina product. In fact, Barbara Lyles and Barbara Hilton even have a certificate from the Department of Homeland Security.

    “We are certified as not being terrorists,” Lyles said.

    Their product is made in South Carolina and they are licensed to sell. Homeland Security might want to rethink their designation, though, because the cheesecakes Lyles and Hilton make in their small business are definitely “the bomb.”

  • Liquid Munn-E Port-A-John Services LLC

    Business name: Liquid Munn-E Port-A-John Services LLC

    Owners: Brad and Stacey Munn

    Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

    Address: 2048 Great Falls Highway

    Phone: (803) 286-5646

    E-mail address: liquidmunne@hotmail.com

    What do you offer? Port-A-Johns in both regular and ADA sizes and hand-washing stations. All units are serviced weekly on site. Rentals for special events, weekend of longterm rentals available

  • Carolina Corner

    Business name: Carolina Corner

    Owner: James H. Porter and Pamela Porter

    Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday

    Address: 3164 Charlotte Highway

    Phone: (803) 283-4343

    Website/E-mail address: CarolinaCorner.webs.com/CarolinaCorner@yahoo.com

    What do you offer? Antique to modern furniture, appliances, tools, specialty items, home decor, sporting goods, U-Haul rentals, trailers, dolly, easy access for pickup or dropoff

  • Hunter's Automotive

    Business name: Hunter’s Automotive

    Owners: Charles Hunter and Rachel Hunter

    Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

    Address: 1466 Memorial Park Road

    Phone: (803) 235-0441 or (803) 320-2846

    E-mail address: charles_racingbaby@yahoo.com

    What do you offer? We specialize in all automotive works, air conditioning, brakes, batteries, transmissions, motors, oil changes, 24-hour towing.

    What is special about your business? We are locally owned and operated.

  • Man charged with attempted murder

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    KERSHAW – The arrest of a shooting suspect led deputies to a loaded gun and other stolen property.  
    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office has charged Curtis Javon Sowell, 22, of 638 Kershaw Country Club Road, Apt. 3C, Kershaw, with attempted murder, possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime and conspiracy.   

  • Arson aftermath

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Locals described the feeling as that of a funeral.  
    Many people cried and others watched in shock as fire tore through the roof of the historic Lancaster County Courthouse during the early morning hours of Aug. 4, 2008.
    Then, less than two months later, the community learned that a Lancaster teen had been arrested in connection with that blaze, as well as a fire on Aug. 7, 2008, at the 6th Circuit Solicitor’s Office on nearby West Dunlap Street.

  • Paying cost of plastic

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Credit cards have become so common that many people frown when an establishment doesn’t accept them for payment.
    Lately, staff at Kershaw Town Hall have been met with confused looks and several questions when customers find out they can’t use their card to pay a bill or fine.
    Officials are now looking to change that. Town Council voted 6-0 at its Monday meeting to begin the process to accept credit and debit cards as a method of payment. Councilman Randy Seegars was absent.

  • A legacy of compassion

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    When Brooklyn Springs Elementary School Principal Gwen Hinson-Minor talks about her career in education, her eyes light up and it’s obvious she’s a woman who loves children and helping them learn.
    Still, after 37 years in the field, the last five at the helm at BSE, the popular educator says it’s time to move on – come June 30, she’s handing over her keys and starting a new career as a retiree. And that makes her eyes light up, too.

  • Unity in the Community Saturday

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    The event has become sort of legendary for the hundreds of Lancaster County residents and others who come to experience a lot of fish, fellowship and fun.
    It’s called Unity in the Community, and the 15th annual installment of this festival will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday on Main Street in downtown Lancaster.
    The Lancaster Fatherhood Project, which sponsors the event, said the purpose is to simply provide a day where the community can gather for fun, entertainment and even some enlightenment.