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KERSHAW – When town elections happen and who will handle them has been officially changed for registered voters in the town of Kershaw.
A Lancaster man convicted in 2008 for a rash of local church break-ins is heading back to prison for 18 years after pleading guilty last week to another string of church burglaries in late 2013.
County officials continue to shine a light on the workings and structure of the Lancaster County Economic Development Corp., following several concerns raised during two meetings earlier this week.
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.
INDIAN LAND – Lancaster County Library Director Rita Vogel spoke to Indian Land Action Council members about the library system’s plans for how it will spend its portion of the county’s upcoming capital project sales tax revenue.
The S.C. Department of Transportation has temporarily closed Kendlewood Drive in the Unity community to through traffic, due to the potential for flooding from a damaged pond.
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