Today's News

  • Looking for Christ in the Bible

    Jesus said that the Old Testament scriptures “are they which testify of me” (John 5:39).

  • Woman injured in mob assault

    Four women were arrested earlier this month after an argument in an elementary school pick-up lane later ended in the mob assault of a Lancaster woman. 

    Saquita Chellita Cunningham, 20, 109 Witherspoon St., Chelsey Catoe, 20, 2824 Lynwood Drive, Shiquitta Davis, 30, 1836 Mangum Drive, Apt. 1, and Adricka Curry, 20, 2001 East Park Drive, were each arrested Oct. 2 and charged with third-degree assault and battery by mob, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report. 

  • N.C. woman injured in accident with logging truck

    KERSHAW – A North Carolina woman was entrapped inside her car Wednesday, Oct. 9, after colliding with a logging truck in a three-car accident about a mile north of the Kershaw town limits. 

    It took rescue workers from Kershaw Fire Department, Lancaster County Fire Service, Lancaster County EMS, Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office and Lancaster Rescue Squad about 30 minutes to free Bonnie Pethel, of Locust, N.C., from her mangled car.

  • Duke asks city to aid in promotion of assistance program

    Some city residents could quality for help with their electric bills this winter. 

    That's what a Duke Energy representative told Lancaster City Council at its Tuesday, Oct. 8, meeting.

    Rick Jiran, district manager of Government and Community Relations for Duke Energy South Carolina, explained the Residential Neighborhood Program during the citizens comments portion of the meeting. 

    The free walk-through energy assessment and improvement program is for qualified customers.

  • Man charged in throwing contraband over fence

    Cell phones and saw blades are just some of the items a man is alleged to have tried to toss over a Kershaw prison fence on Tuesday, Oct. 8.

    Cameron D’Chane Carolina, 20, of Lynchburg, was arrested on a charge of trespassing from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office, as well as a contraband charge from the S.C. Department of Corrections, said Sheriff’s Maj. Matt Shaw. 

  • Lancaster High volleyball, tennis teams down York Lady Cougars


    The Lancaster High School volleyball team, despite having a couple of players hobbled by injuries, pulled together to take a 3-0 Region III-AAAA home win over York on Thursday, Oct. 10.

  • Rams' air game deflates Warriors' victory hopes


    INDIAN LAND – The Chesterfield Rams aired it out to hand Indian Land it’s fourth straight loss on Friday, Oct. 11.

  • Braves use early surge to spear Volunteers


    CHERAW – Cheraw honored its 1993 state championship football team on Friday, Oct. 11, and the 2013 Braves played like champions en route to a 40-20 thumping of Andrew Jackson at Cheraw.

  • Eagles soar by Jackets on solid ground attack


    BUFORD – The Buford Yellow Jackets looked to get back in the win column Friday night as they hosted Region IV-AA heavyweight Central High School of Pageland.

    The Jackets entered the game with a 3-3 record overall, but are 3-1 when holding their opponents under 100 yards rushing.

  • Cougars claw Bruins, 46-7


    York’s seventh-ranked Cougars’ claws are as strong as their rousing roar.

    The Cougars showed again Friday, Oct. 11 why they’re unbeaten and ranked among the state’s elite in Class AAAA football.