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Today's News

  • Fork Union signs Trapps

     

       

    Fork Union Military Academy sports a history of helping athletes reach their full potential.

  • Hinson captures LMS Pure Street special rate

    Steve Hinson posted his fourth win to take the Pure Street special at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night

    Pure Street featured a $500 bonus to the winner.

  • Post 31 seniors drop opener; Juniors roll

    The Lancaster Post 31 American Legion senior team came up short in its 2011 baseball opener, but the juniors were impressive in their debut.

    The senior team, playing host to Fort Mill, dropped a 15-13 loss to Post 43.

  • What’s going down the Foxhole?

    Lancaster County residents aren’t the only ones causing a stink about landfills. Just ask their neighbors to the north.
    Hundreds of Mecklenburg County residents have been out in force over the last few weeks protesting the creation of a sanitary landfill at Ballantyne’s Foxhole Landfill.

  • ILMS wins national recognition

    Indian Land Middle School is one of 10 schools in the country honored as a 2011 U-ACT School by the Red Robin Foundation.
    The acronym “U-ACT” stands for “Unbridled Acts,” or random acts of kindness.
    Red Robin’s U-ACT program recognizes schools that demonstrate a commitment to promoting kindness and is dedicated to character-building in grades six through eight.
    The honor of being designated a U-ACT Merit School entitles ILMS to a $1,200 grant and $250 for a party to reward students.

  • County prepares for zoning changes

    Lancaster County residents are scratching their heads about the name for a series of public meetings set for a potential countywide rezoning process.
    After years of constant complaints from residents about the county’s zoning classifications, including what types of buildings can be constructed where, Lancaster County Council approved a plan last fall to review and possibly revise those classifications.

  • Police Blottter 5-25-11

    According to Lancaster County Sheriff’s reports:

  • Grads prepare for big day

    This Friday will be a time of celebration at local high schools as hundreds of graduates take the stage at commencement ceremonies across Lancaster County.
    A total of 724 Lancaster County graduates will say goodbye to high school, diplomas in hand, and embark on the next step in their journey toward adulthood to the sound of “Pomp and Circumstance.”
    Along with all those graduates will be family members and friends there to celebrate the special day with them.

  • Graduates who inspire: Knight an inspiration for other students at Carolina Christian Academy

    Carolina Christian Academy senior Kendall Knight doesn’t hesitate when you ask him if he has a favorite Bible verse.
    The words come sure and unhesitating, as if relied upon in time of need, repeated as encouragement, recalled as a guiding declaration of faith.
    “Sure. It’s 1 John 4:4[b], ‘greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world,’” Knight says. “I’ve even got it stitched on one of my hats.”

  • Coalition of Healthy Youth urges stores to sign covenant

    Lancaster County Coalition for Healthy Youth