Today's News

  • P-31 seniors fall in League V play

    The Lancaster Post 31 senior team’s postseason hopes have taken a major hit this week.

    P-31, which opened a five-game week, dropped its first four, including a League V twin bill to league-leading York Post 66 on Wednesday.

  • Tega Cay claims Little League district crown

    Tega Cay defeated Fairfield 12-2 on Wednesday night to win the Little League North District Three all-star tournament at the Springdale Complex.

  • Dixie AA stars seek district title

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball AA all-stars stayed unbeaten in the district tournament on Wednesday night with an 11-5 win over Lewisville.

    The game actually began Tuesday night, but was postponed to Wednesday due to lightning at the field.

  • Neff had solid hope of USC diamond success


    Steven Neff, the Lancaster connection to the back-to-back national

    champion University of South Carolina baseball team, had an idea the Gamecocks could repeat the unique feat.

  • Dixie Angels soar to title



    The Lancaster County Dixie Softball Angels All-Stars are soaring into the state tournament.

  • Firecracker Shootout Saturday night at LMS

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will be hosting The Pepsi Firecracker Shootout Twin GM Performance Late Models main events Saturday night with $1,000 to win in each main.

  • Third person arrested in armed robbery of Stop-N-Shop

    Authorities have arrested a third person in the June 4 armed robbery at the Stop-N-Shop convenience store on McIlwain Road. Keon Jamal Howze, 19, of 106 Caskey Lane, was arrested today. Two others, Dequavion Joel Grier, 19, Tryvarius Lamar Grier, 17, both of 3344 Oakridge Road, were arrested Wednesday.
    All three have been charged with attempted armed robbery and attempted murder, according to the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office.
    For full story, see the Friday edition of The Lancaster News or visit our website after 6 a.m. Friday.

  • Two men charged in June armed robbery

    Jesef Williams
    Authorities have arrested two men they say are responsible for the armed robbery last month at the Stop-N-Shop convenience store on McIlwain Road. Meanwhile, a third suspect is still being sought.
    Dequavion Joel Grier, 19, and Tryvarius Lamar Grier, 17, both of 3344 Oakridge Road, have each been charged with attempted armed robbery and attempted murder, according to a press release issued Thursday by the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office.

  • Man arrested after propositioning teen girl

    Christopher Sardelli
    A Lancaster man was arrested Monday after propositioning and assaulting a teenager as she walked home last weekend, according to a Lancaster Police Department report.
    Tavaris Bernard Brown, 20, 708 Sowell St., was arrested June 27 and charged with assault and battery, third degree. Lancaster Police Capt. Paul Smith said Brown was arrested at his home after a teenage girl reported Brown confronted and grabbed her late Sunday night.

  • Chick-fil-A opens in Indian Land

    There’s a party happening in Indian Land.

    In case you wondered, that’s what was going on with all those tents set up in front of the new Chick-fil-A at 10032 Charlotte Highway in front of Walmart last Wednesday

    Though the store officially opened at 6 a.m. Thursday, the franchise celebrated with its famous “First 100” promotion.

    The event was a 24-hour party that began Wednesday morning and ended Thursday morning with a year’s worth of free Chick-fil-A meals for the first 100 people through the doors.