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Today's News

  • Crown returning to LMS

    The second annual Carolina Crown is set for three exciting days and back by popular demand on March 28-30 at Lancaster Motor Speedway.

    The inaugural event had five different leaders and 15 different lead changes and as the checkered flag dropped on Lap 75 it was Scott Autry taking home the $20,000 pay day, his biggest career victory.

  • Jackets wrestlers seek to improve

     

       

    The Buford Yellow Jackets, 4-4, will be looking to have a full squad for the rest of the 2012-13 mat campaign.

  • Tigers, Gamecocks offer thrills aplenty with the new year

    Call it Palmetto excitement.

  • One arrest made in Applebee’s armed robbery, more expected

    A Lancaster man was arrested for armed robbery, Monday, Dec. 31, only hours after a masked gunman robbed a manager at Lancaster’s Applebee’s restaurant.

    Applebee’s employee Brian Oneal Ealey, 42, was arrested late Monday evening at the restaurant on the charge of armed robbery, according to a Lancaster Police Department press release.

    Lancaster Police Department Capt. Scott Grant said Ealey is not believed to be the gunman, though investigators say he worked with others to commit the crime.

  • Open letter to my U.S. congressman

    My name is Matthew Taylor and I was born and raised in Lancaster. I want to start by saying that I am appalled by the numerous massacres that have been perpetrated across the country in the past couple years, even more so when following each tragedy Congress has failed to act in any meaningful way.  The most recent, and possibly the worst of current history, saw 20 first-graders murdered. From all media reports, these kids suffered multiple bullet wounds, which as a parent of an 18-month-old child, I find terrifying, sad and angry. 

  • SC Access provides wealth of information

    Imagine being separated from an elderly family member or loved one in need of help or services who lives alone in South Carolina.
    If you’re like many families across our state, you may find that younger generations have moved away from their older relatives to further their education, get married and start a family, find a job in another state, or serve in the military. Where are they to look for resources if their older relatives need help finding various services available in their communities?

  • Charlie Duke honored at Clemson graduation

    Clemson University

    CLEMSON — Clemson University awarded 1,200 degrees Dec. 20, including the nation’s first Ph.D. in automotive engineering earned by a woman and an honorary degree to a former astronaut.

    Ala Qattawi made history when she walked across the stage to receive her doctorate in automotive engineering and congratulations from President James F. Barker.

    Retired Gen. Charles Duke Jr., a former NASA astronaut who was the 10th man to walk on the moon, received an honorary Doctor of Science degree.

  • New movie may be filmed in Chester

    Something “Strange and Unusual” may be coming to downtown Chester next month.

    At its last meeting, Chester City Council discussed a request from Visionscape Media to film portions of a feature-length film in downtown Chester. Anil Dhokai is the writer and director of the movie, which has the working title “The Strange and Unusual.”

    “It’s a feature-length movie about a supernatural TV reality show that is being cancelled,” Dhokai said.

  • Zesty Mexican soup brightens winter table

    Homey, wholesome and hearty, this pork posole – a soulful Mexican soup – is perfect for a winter dinner.
    Chock full of pork, veggies, herbs and spices, it’s as flavorful as it is filling – a cold-weather pick-me-up the whole family will love.
    See step-by-step photos of Geoffry’s recipe plus thousands more from home cooks everywhere at www.justapinch.com/posole.
    You’ll also find a meal planner, coupons and chances to win! Enjoy and remember, use “just a pinch.”

     

  • Springs Close Foundation gives local grants

    From release

    The Springs Close Foundation along with the nine members of its community advisory committee made grants at their Nov. 21 annual meeting totaling $471,950.

    These grants were made to 19 agencies and organizations which assist local citizens who need basic and emergency needs such as food, medical assistance and shelter.