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Today's News

  • Rebound patient faces charges in SUV theft

    A recent incident involving a patient at Rebound Behavioral Health has neighbors in the area expressing concern about security at the Panhandle substance abuse and mental health treatment facility.
    Rebound Behavioral Health, 135 E. Rebound Road, is a facility that has provided both residential and outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment on its rural 50-acre campus off U.S. 521 since 2013.
    The organization touts its peaceful, secluded and open grounds as a key aspect of its mission to treat “mind, body and spirit.”

  • Taylor hopes to ‘Steal Your Heart’

    Lancaster native Pam Taylor will sing tonight at The Craft Stand. The award-winning, American roots rock singer/songwriter is performing free at 7:30 p.m. – her way of thanking her hometown.
    Taylor, 39, will be singing from her third CD, “Steal Your Heart,” ahead of its release next month. She and her bands have performed locally before, but this will be her first time alone on stage.

  • Not your average cop car

    The sight of the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office’s newest vehicle is, simply put, awe-inspiring.
    Battleship gray with “Lancaster County Sheriff” and “SWAT RESCUE” spelled out in thick black letters along each side, as if somehow someone might need more of a reason to take it seriously, the behemoth towers over almost everything else on the road short of a semi at 10 feet tall, 8 feet wide and 21 feet long.

  • Gloves, heads-up play fuel World Series run for Darlings

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Dixie Softball Darlings All-Stars have been perfect this postseason and hope to continue on that diamond path as they open Dixie Softball World Series play in Sumter this weekend.
    The 11-0 Lancaster County Darlings stars will launch their series quest against Texas at 10 a.m. Saturday.
    “Defense has been the hallmark of this team,” said stars coach Gene Knight.

  • Football wait is over

    Lancaster County prep football teams begin preseason practice today with all four schools set for workouts and conditioning.
    Lancaster High opened drills this morning, while three other county teams will hit the field this evening.
    Teams can’t practice in full gear until Aug. 2.
    The opening of the 2017 football season features two new head coaches, Horatio “HB” Blades at Indian Land High School and Todd Shigley at Andrew Jackson School.

  • USC’s Harris continues to shine in U19 World Cup hoops play

    CIVIDALE DEL FRIULI, Italy – Gamecocks guard Tyasha Harris is making the most of her time on the floor in FIBA U19 World Cup play.
    Harris, a member of the National Champion women’s basketball team at the University of South Carolina dished out 10 assists in 21 minutes, as the United States topped Puerto Rico 104-46 Thursday in the quarter-final round.
    An in doing so, the Indiana native and rising USC sophomore set a new USA U19 single-game assist record.

  • NTACT Band to play at Finally Friday

    See Lancaster

    See Lancaster continues its free concert series, Finally Friday, tonight with a performance by the NTACT Band, part of the series’ “Decades of Summer” theme.

    Celebrate the 1970s with the NTACT Band & Show from 6 to 9 p.m. today, with a mix of R&B, soul, pop, rock, disco, funk and country. 

    The nine-member group includes Charlie Brown, a former member of The Drifters. 

    The Hot Dog King of Lancaster and The Craft Stand will be on hand selling food and beverages. 

  • Rock Hill man faces drug and traffic charges

    A Rock Hill man was arrested Wednesday night on multiple charges, including drug trafficking, after running from police.

    The Lancaster Police Department charged Heyward Wurdemann, 24, with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession with intent to distribute heroin, trafficking methamphetamine (86.4 grams), possession of drug paraphernalia, third offense driving under suspension, habitual offender, improper turn, alighting from a moving vehicle and hit and run with property damage.

  • 4 suspects sought in Tuesday night shooting

    Lancaster police are looking for four suspects in connection with a shooting and armed robbery that left two men injured Tuesday night.
    “We’ve been working it hard, but at this point we aren’t getting very far with it,” Lancaster Police Chief Scott Grant said Thursday.
    Police responded to a call from the 800 block of Woodland Drive about 8:52 p.m. Tuesday. Officers found two men there, both with apparent gunshot wounds, according to a Lancaster Police Department release.
    Grant said the victims are brothers, ages 47 and 49.

  • Edwards, Honeycutt finish strong

    The duo of Dan Edwards and Larry Honeycutt topped a 16-team field to win the annual member-member golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Saturday afternoon.
    The senior twosome combined for a 59 to notch a close win in the 18-hole tournament, which was played under sweltering conditions.
    Honeycutt and Edwards had a solid start, going five under par for the opening nine holes.
    “We hit a little snag starting the back nine, but rebounded and had a good finish,” Honey-cutt said. “We closed strong.”