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Today's News

  • Jacktes, Vols battle to tie

    CAMDEN – Once again, county rivals Andrew Jackson and Buford will have to wait until it counts to claim football bragging rights.A year ago in the Founders Federal Credit Union Kickoff Classic at AJ, the hosts Vols and Jackets tussled to a 13-all tie. In their regular-season clash, BHS notched a 31-28 overtime win.They tangled again Friday night in the opening game of the 33rd annual Camden Shrine Jamboree at Zemp Stadium.

  • Johnson holds solid lead in club championship

    Former Lancaster Golf Club champion Chris Johnson holds a five-shot lead heading into the final round of the club championship tournament today at the LGC.Johnson, playing from the white tees with the rest of the championship field, shot a sizzling 67 in the opening 18 holes Saturday.“Chris is going to be awful tough to catch with a five-shot lead going into Sunday,” said Fredrick Thomas of the LGC staff.

  • Francis Marion signs LHS's Howze

    A second member of the 2007-08 Lancaster High School girls’ basketball team is taking her game to the next level.

  • York County may pay back tax revenue

    INDIAN LAND – Lancaster County officials are pleased to hear that York County intends to pay back tax revenue that inadvertently went to York County instead of here.

    York County Council is expected to vote Monday night to return the misrouted tax revenue.

    "That is extremely gracious of York County to do that," Lancaster County Administrator Steve Willis said. "They felt it was the right thing to do."

  • USCL students get Early Start

    Kamaron White is optimistic about starting classes Thursday at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster.

    The 2008 Lancaster High School graduate said the idea of extensive reading, in-depth reports and tight deadlines became a little easier to absorb over the last three weeks. That's because she was a part of USCL's Early Start program, which helps recent high school graduates transition to college.

  • Woman targeted in money scam

    Samantha Small had a good feeling that a $450,000 prize sounded too good to be true.

    In May, the Lancaster native responded to about 20 sweepstakes offers she had received in the mail. A few weeks later, she got a letter from what was supposed to be a nonprofit organization called the Dream Foundation. It said she won a second-place prize of $450,000.

    There was one catch – the foundation said she first had to pay 1 percent, or $4,500, to receive the prize.

  • Man with rape convictions held for evaluation as sexual predator

    FORT LAWN – A Fort Lawn man twice convicted of rape is in the Chester County Detention Center awaiting a mental evaluation that might lead to his classification as a sexual predator.

    Kenneth Jerome White, 40, of 5773 Willowbrook Road, Fort Lawn, turned himself in Aug. 6 and will be held there until the evaluation is done by the state Department of Mental Health.

  • Candidate withdraws from Lancaster City Council race

    There were no last-minute candidates to file for Lancaster City Council and Lancaster County school board seats Friday, but one candidate has withdrawn.

    Filing closed at noon Friday.

    John Griffin filed for City Council District 6, but withdrew because he later learned he lives in District 5, Lancaster County election official Cassie Stump said.

    The only candidate now seeking the District 6 race is Sara Eddins. Incumbent Danny O'Brien decided not to run for re-election.

  • Baseball not all that's new at USCL this fall

    You may have heard that the University of South Carolina at Lancaster will have a baseball team, the Lancers, which will start play this fall.

    But there are other new programs coming to USCL.

    Here's a look at them:

    – Meeting Educators At Lunch, or MEALs, which is a new take-a-professor-to-lunch program designed to enhance instructor-student interactions in an informal setting over lunch at local restaurants.

  • Crawford 'on target' for Olympic medal

    VAN WYCK – Several of Shawn Crawford's biggest fans, including his mom, headed to Beijing, China, Friday to watch the Olympic champion vie for another gold medal.

    Crawford, 30, may be Van Wyck's most famous native son.