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Today's News

  • Downtown Association thanks supporters

    The Lancaster Downtown Business Association (LDBA) would like to thank the people of Lancaster for the overwhelming turnout at our Easter Eggstravaganza on April 3. Your participation in this first-time-ever event exceeded our wildest expectations and we were thrilled to see so many little (and big) faces walking around downtown on a lovely Saturday morning.

  • McGriff encourages, listens to people

    I am 19 years old. Last year was the first time I voted. My first vote was for Charlene McGriff and I will vote for her again June 8, 2010. Let me tell you why. I see her out in our community. I have seen her in our schools. She always encourages young folks to get their education and to respect others. She listens and gives good advice. She has helped me when I had problems and needed someone to talk to. She is my role model.

    Tiffany Bailey

    Lancaster

     

  • First Presbyterian Church celebrates 175 years as a shining light

    Seven minutes.

    That’s how long it took Wednesday night for the members of First Presbyterian Church to light 175 candles to celebrate its 175th anniversary.

    But those previous 175 years wouldn’t be the issue for the church’s original founders, said Dr. Shane Owens, First Presbyterian pastor.

    Nor would those 175 points of light that illuminated its church sanctuary, along with the 10 stained glass windows Wednesday night.

  • Democrats, liberal media out to demean TEA Party

    In the last couple of days, the far left and the liberal news has had the audacity to put out the most blatantly vicious lies that are made to demean the TEA Party. First, there was ex-president Bill Clinton trying to link the TEA Party rallies to a bombing of a federal building, which killed many innocent people.

  • Help us celebrate Red Rose Festival

    The inaugural Red Rose Festival is just days away. It will be May 7 and 8 and span three blocks in Main Street in downtown Lancaster – from Dunlap to Arch streets.

    The festival will be like most street festivals. There will be children’s games, live music and food. See Lancaster SC, the city’s marketing arm, is organizing the event. The goal of the festival is to foster community pride and to grow over the years into a signature event – Lancaster’s signature festival.

  • Local elected Democrats are our neighbors, friends

    As chairman of the Lancaster County Democratic Party, I am compelled to respond to The Lancaster News’ editorial, “Are Local Republicans Taking Over,” that appeared in the Sunday, April 18, edition. The answer to your question is no.

    This is not merely a knee-jerk partisan reaction, but based on facts. In Lancaster County, every countywide office is held by a Democrat. All but one County Council seat – Council District  No. 1 – is held by a Democrat.

  • Mother finds strength, faith

    Cora Jane Caston Wallace always wanted to be a writer. But that was not an option for her. In fact, she had to quit school because her parents needed her at home. The day her mother said she wasn’t going back to school, Wallace cried all night.

    Wallace later went to work for Springs Industries. She married Monroe Wallace and they had four children. Their youngest child, Suzanne, was diagnosed at an early age with a rare condition called congenital pseudoarthrosis.

  • Postal carrier did not pick up bag of food

    I am so disappointed in the mail carrier in my neighborhood.

    I read in The Lancaster News that postal carriers were collecting food for those who need it. I made the effort to get out and buy the food and get up early enough to put it at the mailbox for them to collect it.

  • Milo’s Friends hopes to offer peace of mind

    John was estranged from his family when he was diagnosed with a life-limiting illness; his only friend and constant companion was his beagle, Buddy.  

    John worried about what would happen to Buddy after his death. His hospice nurse found an adoptive family in her church, introduced them to John, and began the process of familiarizing Buddy with the new family.  John entrusted Buddy into their care just days before he died.

  • Vols top 'Rocks, win IV-AA soccer title

    Andrew Jackson capped an unbeaten season in Region IV-AA soccer play with a 3-1 road win over Eau Claire to give the Volunteers the region championship.

    A Vols’ loss would have forced a tie between AJ and Eau Claire for first place, but the Vols prevailed to notch the crown.

    AJ senior William Bridges tallied a goal and an assist as did Kevin Hunter in the match.

    Dylan Gandy had an assist and Tyler Denkins scored the other AJ goal.

    Eau Claire’s lone goal was scored on a penalty kick.