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The recording of a brief 911 call released this week revealed very little about the events leading up to the early Monday, Jan. 12, drowning death of a former Buford Volunteer Fire Department member.
The J. Marion Sims Foundation again is sponsoring a learning series designed specifically to help board members of nonprofit organizations become better at what they do.
The ninth and final week of donations to the Ward Faulkenberry Sr. Memorial Christmas Basket Fund far exceeded the goal of $10,000 for the 2014 holiday season.
Deputies are investigating the theft of almost $23,000 worth of ice machines from a Lancaster flea market last month.
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.
BUFORD – Indian Land used fast finishes to fuel a Region IV-AA basketball sweep of host Buford High School on Friday, January 16.
The Warriors, in both games, came on strong to secure tough wins over the rival Yellow Jackets.
KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson came on strong in each game to notch a solid Region IV-AA sweep in the Volunteers’ gym on Friday, Jan. 16.
The Lady Vols, ranked eighth in the latest Class AA girls state poll, rolled to a 65-24 win over the Chesterfield Rams in the varsity opener.
The action of the Lancaster County Council to consider a future joint agreement with City Council to keep the Leroy Springs Pool open will have a splashing impact here. The result is far reaching.
A proposed amended annexation ordinance had vocal protestors lining up to speak at the Tuesday, Jan. 13, meeting of Lancaster City Council.
The ordinance 014-10, has a new subsection (C) stating that any area contiguous to city property may be annexed without a public hearing.
A series of three fires across two days had volunteer firefighters busy earlier this week and forced several families out of their homes.
Lancaster County Fire Marshal Stephen Blackwelder said all three fires caused significant damage to the homes, though no one was injured in any of the blazes.
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