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Today's News

  • Buford rallies for 3-2 soccer win

     

       

    Buford capped regular season socceer play with a 3-2 region win at Cheraw on Tuesday, April 30.

  • Lady Jackets swarm AJ for district title

     

       

    BUFORD – The surging Buford Lady Jackets’ softball team is now working on a streak of their own against county and Region IV-AA diamond rival Andrew Jackson.

  • Vols rebound for crown

     

       

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers, in baseball terms, went 1-2 on Wednesday, May 1, which was good enough for some AJ baseball fame.

  • Woman abandons child to flee arrest

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    A Lancaster woman is in more trouble with the law after she reportedly abandoned her young daughter while trying to evade police.
    Melissa Sue Meyer, 23, 3041 Crenson Road, was arrested Tuesday, April 30, on a charge of unlawful conduct toward a child.
    Meyer was wanted by the Lancaster Police Department on an outstanding warrant for shoplifting.

  • Treasurer committed to county taxpayers

    In the Lancaster County Treasurer’s Office, we pride ourselves on providing quality customer service to the people who pay our bills, as part of my commitment to put taxpayers first in Lancaster County.
    So we can better serve you and assist you with any questions or problems, it’s important that you know what my office does, as well as what it does not do.
    As Lancaster County treasurer, I am responsible for collecting property taxes and serving as the county’s banker, maintaining the county’s bank accounts.

  • Start Mother's Day right with a special brunch

    Looking to pay tribute to the wonderful women in your life?  Well, how about starting with brunch? I’ve yet to meet anyone, especially a woman, who doesn’t just love it. There’s something so very special about the warmth and togetherness that comes with a well made mid-morning meal. You get all the homeyness of breakfast fare with the zip and panache of a cocktail party. Heck, if you want you can even have the cocktails, too.

  • Authorities seek suspects in shopliftings at Walmarts

    Investigators are hoping surveillance photos from Indian Land’s Walmart will lead to two men wanted in connection with stealing almost $5,000 in merchandise.
    According to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office press release, the two men have been involved in various shoplifting incidents throughout April at the store, located at 10048 Charlotte Highway.

  • Relay for Life set for Friday

    It’s been 27 years since Dr. Gordon Klatt organized a fundraiser in Tacoma, Wash., that called on participants to walk around a stadium track to honor and encourage cancer survivors, remember those who passed on and raise money for the American Cancer Society.
    Though the fundraising methods have changed over the years, the spirit of the event lives on – and this Friday, May 3, local teams and the community will come together for the 2013 Lancaster County Relay for Life event.

  • Ooh, that smell! City sewer crews work 24/7

    There’s an out-of sight, out-of-mind world of nonstop sewer activity that exists underneath the grounds on which we live.
    It’s natural to not think about it. When you flush the toilet and use the sink, that water is out of view forever. But for public works officials, that’s not always the case. In most instances, that’s when their job is just getting started.

  • District breaks ground on new school today

    Lancaster County School District will mark a significant milestone for Panhandle students today, May 1, with a groundbreaking for the new Indian Land elementary school.
    Today’s groundbreaking is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the school site, 10251 Harrisburg Road, across the street from the BridgeHampton neighborhood.
    Due to limited space at the site, district officials are asking those attending the groundbreaking to park in the Lowe’s parking lot, where a shuttle will carry attendees to the site.