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The Lancaster County Community Foundation of South Carolina awarded grants totaling $4,500 to five nonprofit organizations in 2014.
The S.C. High School League handed down player suspensions for a fight during the Andrew Jackson-Indian Land junior varsity boys basketball game at Indian Land High School on Wednesday, Jan. 21.
The SCHSL officials made the suspensions after reviewing the game tape last week.
Despite opposition at its Tuesday, Jan. 27, meeting, Lancaster City Council approved second reading of an amended ordinance that eliminates public comment from the annexation process if all the affected residents agree to it.
A pedestrian was seriously injured, and flown to a Charlotte hospital Monday afternoon, Jan. 26, after he was struck by a patrol car while trying to flag down a deputy sheriff.
A 35-year-old Lancaster man was arrested at his home in the Pleasant Dale community Monday, Jan. 19, after deputies say he tried to kill his father in Lancaster earlier that morning.
The Indian Land High School wrestlers went 2-2 in a pair of recent matches.
IL, in a three-way match at Central of Pageland on Tuesday, Jan. 20, defeated Buford and host Central.
In the win over BHS, the Warriors prevailed, 39-21.
Leroy Springs & Co.’s announcement that it will close the Fairway Room in Lancaster at the end of February has community groups scrambling to find venues for their events.
The undefeated Lancaster Lady Bruins are in their third week as the top team in Class AAA girls basketball.
The Lady Bruins, on the heels of a 55-51 Region III-AAA home win over No. 4 South Pointe High School of Rock Hill on Friday, Jan. 23, are 17-0, 5-0 in league play.
Two Lancaster County prep football coaches are predicting a New England Patriots’ win in Super XLIX tonight.
The Patriots, the American Football League champions, are the pick of Lancaster High School head coach Bobby Collins and Tripp Watts, the Buford High School football coach.
The Lancaster Bruins, since returning to the hardwood to open the 2015 portion of their hoops slate, have played well.
LHS, squaring its overall mark at 8-8, posted the team’s fourth straight win, including a 3-0 Region III-AAA record.
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