Today's News

  • Track hosts Pure Street special

    Lancaster Motor Speedway hosts the $500-to-win Pure Street race on Saturday night.

    The Pure Street Division has posted some of the most exciting racing of the season.

  • BHS honor winter-spring stars





  • IL Warriors fall short



    GILBERT – Indian Land’s quest to produce a first-ever state championship fell short in a emotional 3-2 loss to Gilbert High School on Wednesday at the GHS Stadium.

  • School board eyes $80.6M budget

    Future plans were the main topic of conversation during the Lancaster County School District meeting Tuesday night as the board got a good look at the proposed 2011-12 budgets, which total $80.6 million.
    The meeting also included recommendations for easing overcrowding at Indian Land Elementary School.
    This year’s proposed general fund budget, which funds everyday operations from salaries to educational programs, is about $69.1 million.
    The proposed debt services budget, reserved for debt and capital needs, is $11.5 million.

  • Nothing will stop LHS graduate Anita Harris from achieving her dreams

    Anita Harris made up her mind a long time ago that no one was going to tell her what she couldn’t do.
    Sitting in the producing booth at Lancaster High School’s LearnTV studio, the 17-year-old LHS student glances at the array of monitors, control boards and flashing buttons. She’s spent several hours at those controls, as well as in front of the camera, putting the finishing touches on her author-centric television show, “Writer’s Cafe.”

  • Roberts to hit very big screen this weekend

    from Essential Broadcast Media

  • New park swings into action

    A dedication ceremony for the new Deputy Roy Hardin Park in Indian Land was held Sunday afternoon.

    The park, which was once located on Collins Road, reopened in December in a new location on Shelley Mullis Road.

    Ann Hardin, Roy Hardin's widow and a number of county officials, including Rob Daniels with the Joint Recreation Commission, Lancaster County Sheriff’s Deputy Capt. Jeff Hilton, Lancaster County Councilman Larry McCullough and Sherry Wilson, director of Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Department, helped cut the ribbon at the ceremony.

  • GOP member frustrated by refusal to rent room

    The county’s refusal to allow the local Republican Party to use a local recreation center for a political event has angered the group.
    Sandy McGarry, chairwoman for the Lancaster County Republican Party, spoke at Lancaster County Council’s meeting May 9 to discuss her frustration in reserving space at the Buford Recreation Center. McGarry spoke only minutes before council discussed creating a policy regarding the use of county-owned facilities.

  • Kershaw chooses new insurer

    KERSHAW – Town of Kershaw employees will soon have health coverage that offers cheaper co-pays for doctor visits.
    Town Council voted unanimously at its meeting Monday to use Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina as its health insurance provider beginning July 1.
    The town began looking for a new provider after the S.C. Local Government Assurance Group (LGAG) announced it would be dissolving after June.
    LGAG is run by the Municipal Association of South Carolina.

  • County to hold UDO open houses

    Lancaster County planning staff will hold two charrettes, or open house meetings, with county residents in the next week regarding changes to the county’s Unified Development Ordinance.
    The meetings will be 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 21, and 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 26, in council chambers (Room 224) of the Lancaster County Administration Building, 101 N. Main St.