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Today's News

  • Volunteers blank Jackets

     

       

    Andrew Jackson blanked region and county rival Buford, 3-0 at Buford Park on Wednesday, March 13.

  • Closing of Titanium Solutions in Indian Land catches employees off guard

    Employees with Indian Land’s Titanium Solutions said they were blindsided Wednesday, March 13,  when company officials unexpectedly told them the company was closing.

    Titanium Solutions is a loss mitigation firm that has been located on HSBC Way in Edgewater Business Park since late 2008.

    The company specializes in contacting delinquent borrowers at their homes on behalf of financial institutions, mortgage services and investors and other clients.

  • Half-mast flags tribute to firefighter

    Flags are being flown at half-mast today as a tribute to Michael Louis Broz. Broz, a volunteer firefighter in Ridgeville, was killed in an accident while responding to a forest fire on Sunday, March 10.
     

  • Lancaster man arrested in Fla. racketeering case

      A multi-state racketeering investigation into an illegal internet casino operation resulted in the arrest of a Lancaster man and eight others across South Carolina on Tuesday, March 12. 

     

  • City license proposal put on hold

    Lancaster City Council has pumped the breaks on its proposed measure regarding business license inspections.
    At its Tuesday, March 12, meeting, council voted unanimously to table an ordinance that would require businesses to submit portions of their federal and state income tax returns to the city. The requirement would help ensure the city is receiving the appropriate license fees from businesses located in the city limits.

  • Partnerships grow arts education

    The Partners in Education program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is designed to assist arts organizations such as as the Lancaster County Council of the Arts.

    Throughout the nation, these programs develop or expand educational partnerships with their local school systems and other community-building organizations; the primary purpose of which is to promote learning by teachers.

  • Chocolate Mousse Pie With A Touch o’ Irish

    Sweet or savory – the ultimate snacking question.
    Recipe creator Scott Anderson has the answer with his Chocolate Moussecarpone Pie.
    Anderson layers a chocolatey Irish liqueur mousse made of chocolate chips and mascarpone (a mild, creamy cheese) on top of savory crunched up pretzels with divine results. Now, the only question is one slice or two?
    See step-by-step photos of Anderson’s recipe plus thousands more from home cooks nationwide at www.justapinch.com/mousse

  • Go green this St. Paddy's Day

    It's more important than ever to go green in the kitchen. Why? Because it's St. Patrick's Day, of course. This time of year at justapinch.com we love to embrace new and traditional Irish recipes alike, but darn it if all of those dishes don't taste a wee bit better when they're served up green.

    Kick off your dream green meal with a big bowl of Laura Davis's Jalapeno Dip. While this recipe's roots may lay a little further south than the Emerald Isle, it serves up a freshness of flavor that sets the perfect tone to any party.

  • Important to abide by FOIA

    Pretend a hundred of us just landed on an island – our new home. The island possesses all the amenities – fertile land, plenty of timber, fresh water, lots of wildlife – to sustain us and a growing population. Pretty soon, we start to develop our island. We’re building houses, cutting roadways and implementing an infrastructure.

  • Public notices – information citizens should know about

    Transparency in government is getting a big push these days as South Carolina citizens demand improved access to public meetings and documents.
    Both houses of the Legislature are studying reform and the Governor’s Commission on Ethics Reform has issued recommendations on ethics and openness.
    However, one important area of open government is often forgotten, and that is public notices.