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Social media has become such a commonplace aspect of our society these days that it shouldn’t come as any surprise it sometimes brings out the worst in some people.
Such was the case in two recent incidents in Lancaster in which Facebook played a central role.
There are more questions than answers about a vote county officials made earlier this week following an executive session about a confidential personnel matter.
The University of South Carolina Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center in downtown Lancaster will host its 10th annual Native American Studies Week starting Friday, March 20.
People who commit acts of cruelty toward animals should have to face harsh consequences, said Mary Reimers, president of the Humane Society of Lancaster.
Lancaster County school board members laid the framework for next school year during their meeting Feb. 24 with approval of the 2015-16 school year calendar.
Hearing that police officers have come to the aid of someone in distress is fairly common. After all, that’s their job.
The annual Red Rose Festival in downtown Lancaster continues to become one the premiere events of its kind in this part of the state by providing two days of some of the best music around.
Between bites of scrambled eggs and hot biscuits, a large crowd listened intently to a panel discussion amongst several state and national leaders Friday morning, March 13.
David Falgout, pastor of local ministries at Second Baptist Church had finished praying on the crowded front porch of the Women’s Enrichment Center on South Main Street, but Sandra Edwards wasn’t done, not by a long shot.
Some of the residents at Parr Place Apartments have grown tired of parking space battles they constantly fight.
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