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Today's News

  • Eagles use early strikes to defeat IL Warriors

    Eric Rowell

    For The Lancaster News

    PAGELAND – The high-flying Central Eagles soared from the start on their way to a 40-0 Conference IV-AA home football win over Indian Land on Friday night.

    The Eagles, 6-2, 3-0, struck in a hurry in building a 20-0 lead midway the first half.

    Central owned a 26-0 lead at the end of the first period.

  • Braves’ firepower too much for Vols in 48-7 road defeat

    Kim Roberts

    For The Lancaster News

    CHERAW – Cheraw rolled up 407 yards total offense in defeating Andrew Jackson 48-7 on CHS’s homecoming on Friday night.

    The Braves turned two AJ turnovers into touchdowns in the first half en route to a 41-0 halftime lead.

    “We certainly did not help ourselves with the number of mistakes we made tonight,” said AJ coach David Moore. “Cheraw is good enough without us helping them with turnovers.

  • UPDATE: Arrest made in pharmacy robberies

    A multi-county task force arrested a Rock Hill man Friday night in connection with the robbery of an Indian Land pharmacy last weekend, which may be related to a spree of similar robberies across three counties.

    Ronald Carl Sims, 28, of Rock Hill, was arrested after law enforcement agencies from Lancaster, York and Mecklenburg counties identified him as a suspect in the rash of robberies which have taken place during the last few weeks, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office press release sent Saturday afternoon.

  • Start your sewing machines!

    Drivers revved their machines at the starting line. 

    When the green flag dropped, they were off, sewing wide open. 

    The Ragin’ Cajun, who was on the pole, jumped out to a quick lead, dogged closely by Cannonball, Burn Out Babs and the rest of the pack. 

    Pit crew chiefs with names like Flash and Oil Can scrambled to keep their drivers moving. 

    Race car fans, don’t think you’re losing it if these names aren’t familiar, because this race was not at Lancaster Speedway. 

  • Payne needs facts before spouting his hogwash

    Paging Ryan Payne. Earth to Ryan Payne. Please come in Ryan Payne, who wrote the guest column, “Neal, Legislature got it wrong with Amazon,” in the Sept. 25 edition of The Lancaster News.
    Did you hear that Continental Tire is opening a new plant in Sumter? Yeah, Sumter. They’re going to bring 1,700 jobs and this opening has been praised by the local Tea Party hero, Mick Mulvaney.

  • Two fires to be set at Fire Expo Saturday at Walmart

    “Sometimes people just need to see it to believe it,” said Les Woods, president of the S.C. Fire and Life Safety Education Association (SC FALSE).
    That’s why SC FALSE will intentionally light two fires in front of a live audience at noon Saturday at Walmart, 805 S.C. 9 Bypass West, during the 17th annual Fire Safety Expo.

  • Heightened awareness

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    Swarms of police officers and investigators surrounded a Lancaster pharmacy early Thursday morning, part of a massive search for an armed robber who has already struck the county twice this week.
    Lancaster police officers were called to Walgreens, located at 1101 S.C. 9 Bypass, just before 9 a.m. after an employee noticed someone matching the description of a man wanted in connection with robberies at Indian Land’s Walmart and Harris Teeter stores this week.

  • Barr St. center to get $50,000

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    More financial support is on the way for the Barr Street Family Life Center.
    After meeting in closed session during Tuesday’s meeting, City Council returned to open session, where Councilwoman Sara Eddins motioned to give Hope on the Hill $50,000.
    The measure passed unanimously, under a condition that Hope on the Hill has to provide a $50,000 match within a year.

  • City agrees to tax audits

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    The city of Lancaster is officially on board with a plan to help Lancaster County recoup property taxes that were never paid.
    City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve an intergovernmental agreement with Tax Management Associates Inc. The company will perform tax audits to catch county residents improperly paying 4 percent taxes on homes listed as a primary residence.

  • Closing date nears for Edenmoor

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    The purchase of troubled Indian Land neighborhood Edenmoor should be completed by the end of the October, Lancaster County Forfeited Land Commission (FLC) attorneys said Monday.
    The news came during an FLC meeting in which commission members received an update on Edenmoor Land Acquisition LLC’s progress completing the purchase.
    Also, Lancaster County Council has approved an ordinance that will give Edenmoor residents a break on paying this year’s bond assessments.