Local News

  • New Question - Are you smarter than the Webmaster?

    If you can answer this question, you won't win a prize but you will receive a certificate proving that you know more than I know... the Webmaster! Not only am I a master of the web (LOL) but I am also a font of useless knowledge and sometimes worthless information.

    John Lennon was assassinated on Dec. 8th 1980. What was the nationality of his murderer's wife? How was this used by the defense attorney during the trial?

  • Kershaw Elementary nurse wins state award

    KERSHAW – Kershaw Elementary School nurse Susan Plyler was recently named the S.C. School Health LPN of the Year.

    The accolade was given last month by the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control and the S.C. Department of Education.

    This is the first time a school nurse in Lancaster County School District has received the award.

    Every school district can nominate a licensed practical nurse or a registered nurse. There is a separate award for each category.

  • 'The Nutcracker' dancing into Lancaster on Tuesday

    On Tuesday, the Columbia City Ballet is coming to Lancaster for the first time to perform "The Nutcracker." But there's a bonus.

    Dancing with the professionals will be 55 students from area dance studios.

  • Local woman pleads in cyclists' deaths

    CHESTERFIELD – A Lancaster woman has pleaded guilty for the highway deaths of two Fort Mill motorcyclists in Chesterfield County more than two years ago.

    Tenisha Robinson, 24, 1087 10th St., Lancaster, pleaded guilty to two counts of involuntary manslaughter during a Nov. 5 court appearance in Chesterfield. She received five years in state prison, suspended to three years of prison time and two years of probation.

  • Man, 24, faces charges in church burglaries

    Authorities say one man was responsible for multiple church break-ins in the area over the last two weeks.

    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office has charged Joseph Geddings, 24, of 785 W. Brooklyn Ave., with eight counts of second-degree burglary.

    Geddings was arrested Monday morning not long after he broke into First Washington Baptist Church on Meeting Street, according to authorities.

    He pried open a door to the church and stole a stereo and a gold cross, said Sgt. Kristen Grant of the Lancaster Police Department.