Today's News

  • Saturday is a day for the animals

    From Release
    The Humane Society of Lancaster SC and the Lancaster Animal Shelter are partnering to have an adoption and donation day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Lancaster Animal Shelter on Kennel Drive.

  • Carolina Gateway offers paid subscriptions

    Staff reports
    Carolina Gateway is now offering paid subscriptions for readers who live outside of Indian Land.
    The publication will remain free to Indian Land residents within the 29707 ZIP code.
    Access to the publication’s website, www.carolinagatewayonline.com, will also remain free to all, including a complete e-edition so users may read every page, just as they would when receiving the product.
    Beginning with the June 1 edition, Carolina Gateway will also begin charging 75 cents for single copies in its racks.

  • Buford third in final AA softball poll



    Class AA Upper State runner-up Buford finished third in the final Class AA state high school softball poll released following the state championship tournament.

  • P-31 seniors rip Clover

    The Lancaster Post 31 American Legion senior team evened its baseball record in a big way Wednesday night.

  • Open Wheel Modifieds return to LMS on Saturday



    Lancaster Motor Speedway action Saturday night will feature the return of the Open Wheel Modifieds to the half-mile dirt oval.

  • CPTC nets 25 ribbons in Gastonia track meet

    The Columbus Parker Track Club racked up 25 ribbons before a late spring storm sent the Lancaster area youth track team home at a meet in Gastonia, N.C.

    The CPTC competed against 1,500 athletes at Ashbrook High School. The coaches staff noted the team is improving as it prepares for the state qualifying meet in Spartanburg.

  • Robert Lee Grier Sr, 63

    Robert Lee Grier Sr, 63

    Robert Lee Grier Sr, 63, died Tuesday, May 31, 2011.   

    He was the son of Jack and Alberta Patterson Grier. He was married to Sandra B. Grier.

  • Store clerk robbed at gunpoint

    A clerk at a Lancaster convenience store was robbed at gunpoint late Wednesday night. 

    Lancaster County sheriff's deputies responded to North Corner Grocery, located at 3647 Charlotte Highway, only minutes after a man held up the clerk and took an undisclosed amount of money, according to a sheriff's office incident report.

  • ILHS students make USC cheer squad

    A couple of Indian Land High School students can add their names to the school’s list of signed athletes this year after receiving word from the University of South Carolina in Columbia that they have made the team.

    Only this time the team isn’t on the gridiron or court, it’s on the sidelines.

    Seniors Alexis Barjona and Megan Leskody were among more than 120 cheerleaders from across the state to try out for coveted spots on the Gamecocks’ two cheerleading squads and were among the  54 who made it. 

  • Git -er- grillin’

    High school graduation ceremonies, Memorial Day weekend and NASCAR racing in Charlotte usher in the unofficial kick-off to summer.

    There is no better way to celebrate than with a cookout.

    But before striking a match, there are a few pre-grilling items to take care of so a meal doesn’t end up burned to a crisp.