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Today's News

  • Lancaster Super Speedway points awards Nov. 11

    The Lancaster Super Speedway points banquet is at La Chalupa Mexican Restaurant, 775 Lancaster Bypass 9 East, on Nov. 11.

    The banquet is 6 p.m. until to 10:30.

    Cost is $10 person and all you can eat buffet.

    The awards will be presented to the top five drivers in each division and the rookie of the year award. 

    Top 5 in each division:

    SECA Crate Late Models – 1. Timbo Mangum, 2. Chris Fite, 3. Ron Geehring, 4. Brandy Baker, 5. Hank Taylor

  • Henry strong in Red Rose Classic

    David Kellin

    For The Lancaster News

    The National Gym Association Red Rose City Classic Natural Body Building Physique Championship was held at Bundy Auditorium at USC Lancaster with 23 displaying the results of hard work and dedication.

    The Red Rose City Classic is in its third year and showcases the natural bodybuilding of men and women. Lancaster native Kennett Washington and wife Jackie have organized and held this event for the past three years.  

  • Dead gunshot victim found on E. Dunlap

    A man was found shot to death on East Dunlap Street in Lancaster early Wednesday, and the Lancaster County Coroner’s Office has identified him as 47-year-old Terry Louis “Butch” Thompson.     
    Patrolling city police officers found Thompson lying on the ground about 1:17 a.m. near the intersection of East Dunlap Street and Thomas Lane. He had suffered an apparent gunshot wound and was dead, according to a Lancaster Police Department release.

  • Column: Thank you, Promise Neighborhood volunteers, next workday Nov. 18

    On behalf of Lancaster Promise Neighborhood’s other co-chairs, Bruce Brumfield and Dr. Paul McKenzie, I want to express my deepest gratitude to the dozens of volunteers who came out on Oct. 21 to clean up, clear out and paint one of the homes in our zone.
    Mt. Zion AME Zion Church was gracious to host the workday, which involved adult and youth representatives from AMEZ churches, Resurrection of Life Ministries, All for One Ministries, the Lancaster Breakfast Rotary Club, nonprofit organizations and local businesses.  

  • Column: Mrs. Blackmon, don’t complain when TLN reports what you say

    This is in response to Linda Blackmon’s letter to the editor in Sunday’s paper.
    Mrs. Blackmon, I would like to point out that The Lancaster News has written exactly what you have said since this election protest started a year ago. Nothing is one-sided.
    Sometimes common sense flies out the window. A lot of us wonder why you thought you could just vote to make yourself $6,750 richer. It makes no sense. You should have asked City Attorney Mitch Norrell before you voted.

  • Promenade construction gets started

    Residents who want more local shopping options will get their wish sooner rather than later. 

    Tennessee-based developer Hutton broke ground on Indian Land’s next big shopping center Thursday, Oct. 26.

  • IL festival 'all-around awesome'

    Among the car show, vendor booths, food trucks, corn hole, fun zones, chili cook off and hay bales, crowds packed the Indian Land Fall Festival on Saturday.
    Known as the Panhandle’s biggest annual event, the festival lived up to its description in its 12th year, ushering in thousands at its new location on the campus of the Indian Land schools.
    “It was an exciting day and a perfect example of what makes Indian Land such a great place,” festival chairman Mike Neese said.

  • Duke Energy to help prepare county site for development

    From release

    A Lancaster County site is one of three S.C. properties chosen by Duke Energy for participation in its 2017 Site Readiness Program to prepare them for business and industrial development.

    The sites were selected based on their potential to bring large businesses and industries to their respective areas.

    The locations include the Smith family property in Lancaster County, situated minutes from Interstate 77 with frontage at the intersection of S.C. 9 and Riverside Road just northwest of Lancaster.

  • $27K in jewelry thefts reported

    Two Lancaster County women reported separate jewelry thefts totaling more than $27,000 from their homes in the past month.
    A Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report said one victim reported that $21,800 in jewelry was stolen from her home in the 2700 block of Dusty Trail Lane on Oct. 21. She told investigators she believed someone she knew stole the jewelry earlier in the month.

  • AJ and IL bands finish strong in championship competitions

    Indian Land and Andrew Jackson high schools both placed in the top 10 at Saturday’s 2017 state marching band championship at Spring Valley High in Columbia.
    AJ placed sixth in the AA division, Indian Land seventh in AAA. Each school competed against 15 other bands in their class.
    Andrew Jackson also received a superior rating.
    AJ band director Marshall Woody said this year is the best the Volunteer regiment has ever had.