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Today's News

  • Honeycutt-Giacobone Engagement

    Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Honeycutt announce the engagement of their daughter, Dr. Tegan Honeycutt, all of Lancaster, to Brian Giacobone of Beech Island.
    The wedding is planned for 4 p.m. Nov. 16, 2013, at the Fairway Room at Lancaster Golf Club.

  • Cunninghams celebrate 50 years

    Thomas E. Sr. and Mary L. Jackson Cunningham celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Nov. 2, 2013, with a dinner at Logan’s Road House given by their children.
    The Cunninghams were married Oct. 24, 1963, in Heath Springs.
    The couple has four children, Thomas E. Cunningham Jr. and his wife, Ann, Juanita Richardson, Angela Huger and her husband, Joseph, and the late David L. Cunningham. They have five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

  • Fast-starting Bishops dash Lady Vols state title hopes

     

    LEXINGTON – Andrew Jackson gave it a shot, but Bishop England had too much firepower.

    The B-E Lady Bishops swept to their 14th straight Class AA state volleyball championship, downing Upstate champion Andrew Jackson, 3-0 at White Knoll High School on Saturday, Nov. 9.

    The 39-7 Lady Bishops also extended their national record for state crowns, posting No. 24.

  • "If I can, you can."

    Clay Dyer started fishing at age 5 and became a professional angler at the age of 15. He’s fished in more than 200 bass tournaments and won about 20 of them. He enjoys driving his bass boat at full throttle and has a great love for football, serving as assistant football coach for Hamilton High School in Alabama. 

  • Unexpected fall color

    In the last 60-plus years, Nancy Adams has picked more than her share of tomatoes.

  • Police charge three with vandalism in city limits

    Hours after a string of vandalisms throughout Lancaster left many businesses with shattered windows, a trio of men were arrested for the spree.

  • Banquet hall proposal angers business owners

    While banquet halls may conjure up images of happy occasions and good memories, a proposed county ordinance to better define such establishments has some business owners instead feeling ill at ease. 

  • S.C. needs leadership and accountability

    To the people of  S.C.,
    A lot can happen in a year. That’s a good thing since we have the potential to create a brighter future for South Carolina next year. But it’s much harder to swallow when we reflect on all the mistakes, problems and risks that have hurt our people just in the one year since the Department of Revenue (DOR) hacking scandal.

  • North disc golf team defeats Elon Park in opening meet

     

    Students and parents from Lancaster hosted the Elon Park Elementary School Disc Golf Club in a competitive meet at the North Elementary School Disc Golf Course.

    The format featured a nine-hole round of stroke play followed by a round of best shot pairs competition.

  • Eddins’ decision good move for Vols

     

    KERSHAW – Dustin Eddins’ uncertainty about playing football has been transformed into a sure-handed receiver.

    Eddins, at the urging of AJ football coaches and players, joined the team prior to the Volunteers’ 2013 opener and has developed into a key receiver in the AJ offense.