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Today's News

  • Questions surround City Council race

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Over the past few weeks, questions have arisen regarding the residential and occupational standing of Jean Cureton, who’s running for the City Council District 4 seat against incumbent Tamara Green Garris.
    The Lancaster News has received phone calls and at least one letter from residents questioning the legitimacy of her business.

  • March of Dimes walk is Sept. 29

    March of Dimes
    On Saturday, Sept. 29, at Lancaster High School, residents will join together and walk for healthier babies.
     “Each step we take at March for Babies brings us closer to the day when every baby will have a healthy start in life,” said Amanda DuPre, March for Babies’ community director.

  • All about the Chinaberry

    ‘There’s a Chinaberry tree I remember                                                           
    I used to climb in and out of my window…’
    Rodney Crowell,
    ‘Telephone Road’

  • Yard of the Month

    Dragon wing begonias steal the show at the home of Cain and Anita Thomason at 1049 Edgemont Drive in Lancaster. They also caught the eyes of Betsy Folks and Sheila Robertson, members of The Lancaster Garden Club, who selected the Thomason yard as the Yard of the Month for August.

  • Lady Bruins register region cross country wins at NWHS

     

       

    The Lancaster High School Lady Bruins’ cross country team opened the season with a region sweep of Northwestern and South Pointe at Northwestern High of Rock Hill on Tuesday, Aug. 28.

  • Cato’s center move a snap

     

       

    With a hole to fill at center in the Lancaster High School offensive line, Bruins’ offensive line coach Joe Watson knew what was the right turn.

  • Cox, Hinkle junior all-star champs

     

       

    A pair of Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association golfers captured age division titles at the annual all-star tournament at the Anderson Country Club last weekend.

  • Fan appreciation night set for Satuday at LMS

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will host the Eric Montgomery Towing Fan Appreciation Night on Saturday, Sept. 1.

    With the Super Street, Crate Sportsman, Pure Street all paying $1,000 to win and FWD/UCAR paying $500 to win, area race fans are in for a track treat Saturday night.

  • Authorities identify, seek IL Walmart battery theft suspect

    The Lancaster County Sheriffs Office has now identified and is looking for the man who broke into a storage cage behind the Walmart in Indian Land on Aug. 15 and stole 150 used car batteries. The incident, which happened about 9:15 p.m. that day, was caught by the store’s surveillance system. 

    Jeffrey Bernard Knight is wanted for burglary, but his whereabouts are unknown. The release said McKnight may be trying to sell the batteries to local retailers.

  • Authorities identify, seek IL Walmart battery theft suspect

    Gregory A. Summers
    gsummers@thelancasternews.com
    The Lancaster County Sheriffs Office has now identified and is looking for the man who broke into a storage cage behind the Walmart in Indian Land on Aug. 15 and stole 150 used car batteries. The incident, which happened about 9:15 p.m. that day, was caught by the store's surveillance system.
    Jeffrey Bernard McKnight is wanted for burglary, but his whereabouts are unknown. The release said McKnight may be trying to sell the batteries to local retailers.