• Back-to-class blowout

    Lancaster County teachers blew it out again this year during the school district’s Celebrate of Great Teaching event at Lancaster High School gymnasium Tuesday, Aug. 13.

  • Sheriff’s office active in tracking down fugitives

    Fugitive tracking has recently become a major part of the daily grind for members of the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office. 

  • Police investigate shooting

    Lancaster Police Department officers are combing the Southside neighborhood near Hampton Road and Miller Street for suspects after a shooting in the area. The shooting vicitim may be in a car that wrecked near the intersection of Market and Gooch streets just after 3:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 9. Check back later for details.

  • Borden has preliminary hearing

    The Indian Land man involved in a July 15 car wreck that injured Aaron Morrison, staff photographer for The Lancaster News and Carolina Gateway, had his first court appearance this week.

  • Sun City condo owners vs. Pulte

    Angered by rising community fees, Sun City Carolina Lakes condominium owners are asking Lancaster County to deny a request by developer Pulte Home Corp. to reduce the number of the smaller units built there.

  • Man wanted for Pageland shooting arrested in Kershaw

    KERSHAW – A joint law enforcement operation involving local agencies and the U.S. Marshals helped track down and arrest a Kershaw man Aug. 1 who was wanted for a shooting in Pageland last month. 

  • Sending Capt. Moore home

    INDIAN LAND – Firefighters from Indian Land and Charlotte escorted Capt. Benjamin Odell Moore home from duty for the last time Wednesday, Aug. 7, during a funeral ceremony at Osceola United Methodist Church, steeped in the traditions of a brotherhood forged by fire.

  • Cigarette brawl leads to assault, shooting

     An argument about cigarettes outside a Lancaster apartment complex quickly escalated into a shooting and assault of two people Saturday night, Aug. 3.

    After a brief foot chase, authorities arrested Kyndra Dynise Jones, 20, 117 S. Woodlawn Drive, Brandon J'lil Thompson, 21, 4011 Stonesboro Road, Heath Springs, and Ronnel Chelvis Thompson, 21, 1739 Usher Road, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office press release. All three are charged with aggravated assault and battery. 

    Ronnel Thompson was also charged with attempted murder. 

  • ‘The Pig’ leaving town


  • Two people injured in wreck on U.S. 521

     Emergency responders swarmed an overturned SUV, helping rescue two people trapped inside moments after it flipped during a two-vehicle accident along U.S. 521 Bypass between Kershaw Camden Highway and Flat Creek Road on Monday afternoon, Aug. 5. 

    The crumpled white GMC SUV could be seen resting on its roof in a grassy area near Cane Mill Road minutes after the crash, as the blades of a rescue helicopter whirred overhead. The scene is about two miles south of Lancaster.