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Today's News

  • South, Rucker and Buford post wins

     

    South holds off AJMS

  • Lancaster Tours bus burns near Marion

    Joe Sulkowski saw fire from a new perspective on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 22, when a blaze damaged a Lancaster Tours bus near Marion.

  • Three arrested in meth lab bust

    Three people are behind bars after a small meth lab was discovered inside their Lancaster home Wednesday, Sept. 25.

  • Lancaster comes out to help Morrison

    You know that horrible feeling when your stomach drops or your heart skips a beat after hearing bad news.

  • Don’t miss IL Fall Festival

    It’s almost showtime for the eighth annual Indian Land Fall Festival and fourth annual S.C. Championship Chili Cookoff.
    Saturday’s festival, promises to be a lot of fun for everyone from toddlers to teens and older folks, all for a good cause.
    “This is the largest single event in Indian Land all year long,” festival co-chair Tracy Little said said.
    He’s hoping the festival will draw more than 10,000 visitors.

  • Dunn, Love, Funderburk, McGuirt had special links to LHS athletics

    Week four of the 2013 Lancaster High School football season was a tough one, but this isn’t all about the game at Memorial Stadium where the Bruins dropped a 35-6 loss to Blythewood.
    Sometimes it’s about more than the final score and the game. There’s also the game of life.

  • Annual garden sale is next weekend

     From release

    The annual S.C. Botanical Garden Fall Plant Sale is Oct. 4-5 at the gardens on the Clemson University campus. The staff has assembled an extensive collection of unique and seldom-offered plant species that will thrive under local growing conditions.

  • Yard with a 'touch of class'

     Sherry Archie

    For The Lancaster News

    wning a house on a corner lot sometimes creates a landscaping challenge for a homeowner.  Lewie and Robin Pitts of 1329 Somerset Drive stepped up to that challenge, creating a beautiful view from all three easily-visible sides of their yard.

    Janesta Williams of Green Gardeners Garden Club and Cecile Flanders of the Lancaster Garden Club enjoyed the view so much they selected the Pitts as the winners of the September Yard of the Month. 

  • New attractions at IL festival Saturday

    Where can you taste delicious dishes, hear finger-snapping music and ride high in a hot air balloon?
    You can find all that and more at the eighth annual Indian Land Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 28.
    The free, family-friendly event, sponsored by the Indian Land Rotary Club, will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the City of Light, just off U.S. 521. 
    With several new and returning attractions to keep festival-goers entertained throughout the day, festival co-chair Tracy Little expects the event to be the biggest one yet.

  • JN Fibers to bring 318 jobs to Chester

    RICHBURG – The long-awaited industrial project in Chester County doesn’t have to go by the name “Project 1233” anymore.
    JN Fibers Inc., a manufacturer of recycled polyester staple fiber products, is establishing a new manufacturing facility in Chester County.
    The $45 million investment is expected to generate 318 new jobs.