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Today's News

  • Parker charges to Late Model win

    Ron “The Bull” Parker captured the NDRA GM Performance Late Model win to highlight action at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

    The front row had Parker and Steve Banal after both drivers posted the same qualifying time.

  • Man shot during fight on J.B. Denton Road

    A fight between two men at a J.B. Denton Road home early Saturday, Aug. 4, ended in the street with gunfire.

    One of the men – William Lee Adams, 42, 2120 J.B. Denton Road – was arrested Sunday, Aug. 5, and charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.

    Adams remains jailed at the Lancaster County Detention Center awaiting a bond hearing.

  • Car accident injures three

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    Three people were injured early Tuesday morning, July 31, when the car they were traveling in crashed head-on into a tree just south of Van Wyck.
    The driver, Lakissha C. Hamilton, 27, 3635 Wheels of Peace Drive, was later cited by troopers with the S.C. Highway Patrol for driving too fast for conditions, said SCHP Lance Cpl. Billy Elder.

  • ‘Business as usual’ at Chick-fil-A on Friday

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    Lancaster resident Karli Threatt said she fully supported the effort urging people to partake in “Same-Sex Kiss Day” at Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide Friday, Aug. 3.
    Threatt said she isn’t gay but has close friends who are. That, coupled with her personal beliefs, causes her to advocate for gay rights, she said.

  • Meat Center makes the cut with customers

    Gregory A. Summers
    gsummers@thelancasternews.com
    Right now, most local business owners admit they are just treading water amid the stagnant waves of a struggling economy.
    There are, however, a few exceptions to that.
    The Meat Center on S.C. 9 Bypass is not only thriving, it is expanding.

  • Voters should have choices in elections

    We don’t endorse political candidates here (Chester News & Reporter and The Lancaster News), but we do endorse the idea of voters having choices.

  • The real story is Haley letting her daughter hold a state job

    Reporting that originated with The State regarding Gov. Nikki Haley’s 14-year-old daughter working in a state-paid summer job at the Statehouse did not appear in the Columbia newspaper’s print or online editions on July 25. But did appear on the websites of The Herald in Rock Hill and The Charlotte Observer. The McClatchy Co. owns the three newspapers.

  • School district passes the test

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    Lancaster County School District scored 86.9 for an overall grade B under the state’s new method of reporting progress toward federal education accountability standards.
    The new letter-grade system is a key component of the state’s recent flexibility request from provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, better known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB).

  • Candidates file for City Council, school board

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    The list of candidates looking to run for City Council and local school board seats is taking shape.
    As of noon Friday, Aug. 3, three people have filed to run for Lancaster City Council and three have filed for Lancaster County school board, according to Voter Registration Director Mary Ann Hudson.  
    For City Council, incumbent Sara Eddins has filed again for District 6. Two people have filed for District 4 – incumbent Tamara Green Garris and Jean Sabrina Cureton.

  • No timetable for Kershaw skatepark

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    KERSHAW – Skateboarders will have to wait a while before they can descend on a planned skatepark in the town of Kershaw.
    On Thursday, Aug. 2, Beverly Timmons of the Kershaw Community Park Council said that group has taken possession of ramps and other skatepark equipment that had been sitting at Indian Land’s Walnut Creek residential development, formerly known as Edenmoor.