Today's News

  • County halts park rezoning

    As land continues to be developed at the under-construction Lancaster Air-Rail Park, county officials decided not to move forward Monday, July 22, with a planned rezoning change for the property.

    During Lancaster County Council’s recent meeting, County Administrator Steve Willis requested rescinding an application to rezone the property, located along S.C. 9 and near the county’s airport, from I-1 light industrial to I-2 heavy industrial. 

  • Boggs still at work

    An extensive list of money laundering and conspiracy indictments against a Monroe, N.C., construction company has not yet halted work on planned repairs to numerous crumbling roads in Lancaster County. 

    Boggs Paving Inc., which was awarded several paving projects earlier this year along Potter and Taxahaw roads in southern Lancaster County and all of Shelley Mullis Road in Indian Land, received a 29-count indictment from the U.S. Attorney’s office on Thursday, July 24, according to a Federal Bureau of Investigation press release. 

  • Minister for life

     Editor’s note: Former Lancaster resident Mike Taylor was recently honored for his 20 years of service as a volunteer chaplain at the Rowan County (N.C) Sheriff Office. His story and photos are reprinted with permission from the Salisbury Post.


    Shavonne Potts

    Salisbury Post

  • LSS hosts Southeastern Late Models


    Lancaster Super Speedway will feature one of the top Late Model touring series in the country as the Southeastern Late Model Series visits the half-mile dirt oval on Saturday, July 27.

    The Southeastern Late Model Series is based out of Georgia and is held for for Limited Late Model cars.

  • Sutton places second in Thornblade Classic


    Lancaster junior golfer Anthony “T” Sutton placed second in the Blade Classic in Greenville on July 16-17.

    The Blade Classic is considered the state’s top junior golf event and is by invitation only.

  • Six juniors notch 4th wins at Kershaw


    Six junior golfers registered their fourth wins of the season to highlight action in the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association tournament at the Kershaw Golf Club on Monday, July 15.

  • Sumter foils 14 stars’ run


    Sumter played the spoiler, knocking the Lancaster all-stars out of the Dixie Boys 14 state tournament at Aiken’s Citizens Park on Thursday, July 25.

    Lancaster, coming off a dramatic 12-10 win over Aiken, was the lone tournament unbeaten, while Sumter had one loss in the double-elimination field.

  • Council debates price for Springs store

              Christopher Sardelli    
    A request for an asking price launched a testy debate about how best to attract new businesses to the area during Lancaster County Council’s Monday, July 22, meeting.  

  • City honored for NAS Center

    Jesef Williams
    Government leaders across the state have noticed the impact of Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center.
    On Saturday, July 20, the city of Lancaster was recognized during the Municipal Association of South Carolina’s annual meeting in Greenville.

  • On the road to recovery

    Reece Murphy
    A Lancaster News/Carolina Gateway photographer critically injured in an automobile accident involving a drunken driver July 15 is showing signs of improvement.
    Aaron Morrison was transported to Charlotte’s Carolinas Medical Center with life-threatening injuries after he was rear-ended at 12:54 a.m. on Johnston Road in Ballantyne, N.C., by a 2007 BMW driven by Nicholas Michael Borden, 31, of Indian Land.