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Today's News

  • City awarded $50K grant for arts feasibility study

    The city of Lancaster is getting several thousands of dollars to see if the area can support what’s being called an arts business incubator.

  • Three injured in accident over York County line

    Three people, including the shepherd of one of Lancaster's largest church flocks and his wife, are recovering from an automobile accident in York County on Thursday morning, Aug. 22.

  • ResCare helps remove barriers to employment

    The purpose of a program that serves Lancaster and Chester counties is to help young people get the basics they need for employment. 

  • Clash draws elite field

     

    The Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series is set to invade the famous half-mile oval of Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night, Aug. 24.

    The race pays $4,000 to win and is round 1 of the Roush Yates Performance Products and JE Pistons Countdown To The Cup Championship Chase.

  • Swimmers upbeat about new season

     

    Hopes are high for the 2013 Lancaster High School swim team.

    The team, led by co-head coaches Midenna Anderson and David Taylor, sport 29 returnees back from the 2012 LHS squad which went 9-2.

  • BHS hosts Classic tonight

     BUFORD – Buford High School’s Jackets Stadium will be a hub of high school football activity tonight as the 10th annual Founders Kickoff Classic unfolds.

    Buford High, site of the first Classic, will host four clashes which open with Class AA Central High School of Pageland meeting Class AAAA foe Fort Mill at 6 p.m.

  • Second murder suspect arrested

    Ronald Reed Jr. – the second suspect wanted in connection to the Wednesday, Aug. 21, shooting death of Bryan Matthew Hatchel, 308 Harold Faulkenberry Road, Kershaw – is now in custody. Deputies arrested Reed at a Rocky River Road home about 1:15 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22. Check back later for details.     

  • Two charged in Kershaw area murder

    Two men were tracked down and arrested for murder within hours of the shooting death of a Kershaw man Wednesday evening, Aug. 21. 

  • Byrdic-Starnes Engagement

    Ms. Jeanette Sellers Byrdic and Mr. Marty Odet Starnes announce their engagement.
    The wedding is planned for Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013 on the beach in Garden City, S.C., at sunset.
    Although there will be no formal invitations sent, the bride and groom would like to invite all of our family and friends to join us as we begin our new life together.
    Ms. Byrdic is the daughter of the late William Joel Sellers and the late Lucille Sellers Bailey and is employed with Safran Turbomeca Manufacturing in Monroe, N.C.

  • Kershaw native serves Bishopville

    Bishopville recently appointed a Kershaw native as its new police chief.

    Calvin Collins, the son of Kershaw resident Louella Collins Alexander, was sworn into office July 28 at the Coclough Building in Bishopville by city attorney Jacob Jennings. 

    More than 50 family members and friends attended the ceremony.