Today's News

  • City police investigate Saturday shooting

    A Rock Hill man and juvenile were hospitalized this weekend following a shooting at a home in Lancaster.

  • Man fatally injured in motorcyle crash

    A 63-year-old man lost his life after crashing his motorcycle Friday night, June 13.

  • Lancaster Super Speedway slated for Saturday return


    Lancaster Super Speedway is ready to resume action on the 2014 dirt racing season.

    After a week off from racing to allow race car drivers and fans to take a vacation with their families and friends, Lancaster Super Speedway roars back into action Saturday, June 21.

  • Sharks down Camden in home meet win


    The Lancaster County swim team Sharks upped their record to 2-0, topping Camden, 403-106 on Thursday, June 12 at the Lancaster County Pool.

    Tamra Tipton, Charlie Brooke Henry, Simon Wright and Samuel Page led the Sharks with four wins each.

  • Swimmers start strong


    The Lancaster County Sharks swim team opened their 2014 season defeating the Kershaw Stingrays, 270.5-89.5 on Tuesday, June 10 at the Kershaw Pool.

  • Nationals solid in district tournament


    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball AA National League all-stars rolled to a 26-1 win over Lancaster American to remain as the lone unbeaten team in the Dixie Youth Baseball District 2 baseball tournament at Ronnie Gandy Field in the Wylie Park Complex on Monday, June 16.

    Lancaster National stars, ages 7-8, were led by Adam Wright, who was 3-4 with two triples.

  • Lies continue to come from White House

    It seems Susan “the unreliable” Rice has been sent out to spread fabrications to make the Obama administration look good once again.

    You’d think that after the Benghazi debacle of lies, someone would have learned a lesson about lying to the American people. But after her first round of lies, she was promoted to national security advisor so she could not be forced to testify about Benghazi.

  • Ms. Mike Hammer promotes her book


    The email arrived about a month ahead of the 18th South Carolina Book Festival, held May 17-19 in Columbia, asking if I would moderate a session or two.

    Since my next book, “Southern Justice: The Execution of George Stinney Jr.,” won’t be published until early next year, I had offered to moderate a session at this year’s festival.

  • Get your S.C. barbecue on

    Katie West

    USC School of Journalism


    Perhaps nowhere in the country more than in South Carolina does the word evoke a sense of history as rich as the smell of meat in the smoker.

  • Waving back starts with us

    A few years ago, when I did some frequent work-related traveling between Springs’ Customer Service Center and their New York office, several of those “real city boys” used to chide me about one of my neighborly tendencies.

    For some strange, inexplicable reason, they perceived my inclination of nodding and speaking to people on the street as a “bad habit.”

    Folks in midtown New York City, they said, never make eye contact with total strangers.

    If you did, you were asking for trouble.