Today's News

  • LHS tennis looking to newcomers


    The Lancaster High School Lady Bruins’ tennis team, with the loss of some key veteran performers with graduation, is looking to its newcomers this season to help fill the void.

  • Lancaster High swimmers sweep to region win over York


    The Lancaster High School swim team improved to 7-1 with a sweep of Region III-AAAA foe York on Tuesday, Sept. 10.

    The LHS girls prevailed 111-35 and the LHS boys posted a 126-37 victory over the York boys.

  • King tackling new roles


    KERSHAW – It’s a new football season and Andrew Jackson senior player Tray King finds himself handling new roles.

    King, a three-year starter at outside linebacker, is also working at wide receiver in the Volunteers’ offense.

  • Extreme 4 special race highlights Speedway's card


    Lancaster Super Speedway will host the M&M Garage Muffler & Tire Extreme 4 $800-to-win special Saturday, Sept. 13.

    The Extreme 4 Division has been one of the most competitive divisions at LSS this season.

  • Pause, reflect

    Today is the 12th anniversary of “the day that changed the world.” A lot has changed since knife-wielding hijackers crashed two airplanes into the World Trade Center, toppling its twin 110-story towers, slammed a third plane into the Pentagon and a fourth crashed in a Pennsylvania field.
    The National September 11 Memorial & Museum is under construction near ground zero and is set to open in 2014.
    The museum stands not only as a testament of remembrance, but also to our nation’s resiliency to rebuild and rebound. 

  • Socialists wear Capitalists’ clothing

    Perhaps the most dangerous thing a nation can do is stop defining itself – especially our nation, which was founded for the purpose of protecting and preserving liberty, justice and opportunity for all.
    We don’t like labels these days – we’re told they are “too confining.”
    But defining what system of government we have in place and what economic system is actually practiced is an exercise free people would be wise to undertake frequently.

  • 110 Flights

    CHARLOTTE – Imagine the stress of hauling 50 pounds worth of fire-protective boots, a turnout coat, bunker pants, a self-contained breathing apparatus and a helmet as you climb up a seemingly endless 110 flights of stairs.

  • Walgreens robbery suspect arrested

    The hunt for a man wanted for the armed robbery of a Lancaster pharmacy ended with his arrest on unrelated charges by North Carolina authorities last weekend. 

  • Mulvaney not in support of Syrian strike

    U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney said he will not support President Barack Obama’s request for a congressional resolution authorizing U.S. military action in Syria.

  • Community continues show of support for Morrison

    Since news broke of an accident that severely injured Lancaster News and Carolina Gateway photographer Aaron Morrison, the community outpouring of support has been immense.