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Today's News

  • They're having a ball!

    Lancaster SPCA held its first Fur Ball Dec. 2 at USC Lancaster’s Bradley Building. The event featured dinner, dancing and silent and live auctions. All proceeds benefited the LSPCA’s vetting costs, critical needs and spay and neuter program.

  • Van Wyck kicks off Christmas

     In its first year as a town, Van Wyck will be ringing in the holiday spirit this weekend with a Christmas parade at noon Saturday and candle-lighting worship event beginning at 4:30 p.m. Sunday.
    The parade will celebrate South Carolina’s youngest town with Mayor Sean Corcoran and town council members Bob Doster, Xavier Kee, Richard Vaughan and Cassandra Watkins as grand marshals.

  • Coming Events

    Week Ahead

     ‘The 8 Reindeer Monologues’

  • Church News

    Week Ahead

    Live nativity scene Dec. 16

  • Column: Salvation Army truly thankful to every donor

    Monetary gifts of all sizes find their way into the familiar red buckets of The Salvation Army: bills, coins and just recently, a small gold coin.
    From perfectly manicured hands, to rough and ragged ones – all sorts of hands eagerly contribute their gifts to help the less fortunate. A most touching moment is watching the hand of a young child press his money into the bucket, then look up and smile.

  • Column: On Indian Land incorporation, the county reaps what it sows

    Did you read the Dec. 10 article in The Lancaster News headlined “Devastating fallout for towns: If IL incorporates, Lancaster, Kershaw and Heath Springs will pay’’?
    People need to ask themselves: If Indian Land is so important to the county and the municipalities in the county, why has the county council not taken better care of Indian Land?
    Why has the county council snubbed our two Indian Land county councilmen by not appointing either of them to a chair position?

  • Ultimate Super Late Models set for debut in 2018 LMS season

    The 2018 Lancaster Motor Speedway racing season is going to be a historical campaign for the legendary half-mile dirt track.

    The Ultimate Super Late Model Series, as announced on www.DirtonDirt.com, will make its first-ever trip to Lancaster Motor Speedway, known as “The Fastest Half Mile Dirt Track in the South.”

    Drivers and fans consider the Ultimate Super Late Model Series one of the best Super Late Model Series in the country, with numerous drivers from different states following the series.

  • McNeely to lead Fort Mill football

    Fort Mill High School will have new leadership in its football program for the 2018 season.

    Former Lake Norman High School, in Mooresville, N.C., football coach Rob McNeely is moving to Fort Mill High School to lead the Yellow Jackets’ football program.

    McNeely served as the LNHS Wildcats coach since 2010.

    Fort Mill, a Class AAAAA school, plays Lancaster High School as a non-region opponent in football.

  • Bruins’ Watts pledges to play for Charlotte 49ers

    Lancaster High School star defensive lineman Markees Watts, who missed his senior season due to injury, will continue his football career at the next level.

    Watts has given the Charlotte 49ers, the University of North Carolina Charlotte, a verbal commitment to play for the Conference USA school.

    Watts, a 6-1, 220-pounder, announced his oral pledge to the 49ers on his twitter account last week.

  • News Briefs

    Kershaw Town Council meets

    The Kershaw Town Council meeting is 7 p.m. Dec. 18 at Kershaw Town Hall, 113 S. Hampton St., Kershaw.

    PV fire district board meets