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Today's News

  • Donors have positive impact

    Because our United Way of Lancaster County donors choose to invest back into their communities many lives have been impacted.
    The money we raise here stays here. United Way of Lancaster County is the best way to invest in the community to ensure the most pressing needs are being met.
    When you take into consideration that the population in Lancaster County is about 68,000 we are touching the lives of many residents in need.
    Thank you to the individuals who invested in our county. You are truly an example of what it means to live united.

  • Enjoying the last tastes of summer

     I’ve always loved summer. As a child, my perfect afternoon was swimming with friends and playing tag with neighborhood kids. 

    Now that I’m older, my summer afternoons have slowed down a bit.

    It’s about enjoying a glass of sweet tea and taking in the beauty surrounding the deck in my backyard. 

  • I want my MTV

    Trayce Griffin isn’t looking for fame and fortune. As a hair stylist of 18 years, she says she likes using her talents to help her clients feel good about themselves.  Joining the staff of At Salon Dimensions when it opened some 10 years ago, she has a lot of loyal clients, evidence she’s doing her job right, and that’s satisfying for her. 

  • Questions galore about Haile Gold Mine

    KERSHAW – How will potential activity at Kershaw’s Haile Gold Mine impact residential well use? Will nearby waterways and wildlife be negatively affected years after gold processing has concluded?

  • 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.