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Today's News

  • Accutrex to expand Lancaster operations

    Accutrex Products is investing $2.5 million to expand its two Lancaster County facilities – a move that will bring up to 10 new jobs to the area. 

    Lancaster County Economic Development Corp. announced the decision in a media release issued Tuesday, Sept. 25. 

    Accutrex, which makes custom shims, gaskets, washers and sheet metal products, opened its first precision-parts manufacturing facility on Sunshine Road in the late 1990s.

  • Voter-registration drive is Saturday

    Are you registered to vote in November’s general election? Do you know where your polling place is?

    If you can’t answer yes to both questions, you may need to be at Lancaster Municipal Park (off Chesterfield Avenue) on Saturday, Sept. 29, for the “Fourth Quarter Rally.”

    That’s where a voter-registration drive will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Concerned residents in the community have organized the event as a fun, informative and informal way to help ensure more people are registered to vote in the Nov. 6 election.

  • County SAT scores drop

    Following the state- and national-level trend, average SAT scores for college-bound Lancaster County high school seniors slipped slightly this year with only one high school showing a slight increase.

    The SAT is one of two widely accepted national college-entrance exams. Redesigned in 2005, the test consists of three sections: critical reading, math and science, which are scored on a range of 200 to 800 points for a perfect score of 2400.

  • Truck hauling scrap metal burns on Flat Creek Road

    A semi-truck was left as little more than smoldering rubble Monday, Sept. 24, after it caught fire and burned on Flat Creek Road.

    Steve Osteen of Lancaster, a driver for Tucker Trucking, was hauling a load of scrap metal east on Flat Creek Road (S.C. 903) near the Chesterfield County line around 2:25 p.m. Monday when he heard a loud popping noise as he rounded a curve.

    By the time he stopped the Peterbilt semi and its loaded dump trailer, the motor was already starting to burn, Osteen said.

  • Money stolen from Walmart employee

    A stolen money bag and an extended police chase ended with the arrest of a Lancaster man earlier this month. 

    Tyquan Santerio Wright, 20, 1210 Chesterfield Ave., was arrested Sept. 10 on charges of strong arm robbery, shoplifting and resisting arrest, according to a Lancaster Police Department incident report. 

    The arrest came after officers responded Sept. 10 to a larceny call at Walmart, located at 805 S.C. 9 Bypass. 

  • LHS swimmers top Bengals on senior night

     

       

    The Lancaster High School swim team highlighted its annual senior night meet with a 200-140 win over Class AAAA foe Blythewood at the Lancaster County pool.

  • Former Bruins' player saluted for play

    PRINCETON, W. Va. – Freshman linebacker Ervin Moore has been named the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday.

  • Tri-County Coaches honor nine county prep football standouts

    RICHBURG – Nine Lancaster County prep football players were honored for their play over the last two weeks at the meeting of the Founders Federal Credit Union Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday, Sept. 25.

    Awards were presented to the players for their play in weeks four and five. 

  • Action abounds for week 6

     
     

       

      

  • Webster cars take two wins at LMS

     

       

    An exciting night at Lancaster Motor Speedway was highlighted by Wayne Webster cars capturing two wins in the final points race for the 2012 season.