Today's News

  • LSS caps season with exciting night of racing


    The final race for the 2013 racing season at Lancaster Super Speedway featured plenty of action.

    In addition to the racing, the points awards were awarded to the top five in each division and special awards.

  • North Central prevails in annual Dig Pink match


    North Central finished in the pink on its Dig Pink high school volleyball event on Monday, Oct. 14 at the Lady Knights’ gym.

    The Lady Knights, ranked fifth in the latest Class AA state volleyball poll, posted a 3-1 win over third-rated Andrew Jackson.

  • Teams bid to rebound


    It’s rebound week for Lancaster County high school football teams as week eight unfolds.

    All four county teams, after going winless in week seven, will be seeking to get on track in region play.

  • Lady Bruins second in region golf tourney

     What a difference a year makes for the Lancaster High School Lady Bruins’ golf team.

    A year ago, the Lancaster High School Lady Bruins missed out on playing in the Class AAAA Upper State golf tournament, but this season is different.

  • Massey charged with murder

     Police have made an arrest in the shooting death of a Lancaster man during the early morning hours of Saturday, Oct. 12. 

    Allen Wesley Massey, 26, 422 Elm St., was arrested on charges of murder and possession of a firearm during the commission a violent crime after turning himself in to authorities Oct. 13, according to a Lancaster Police Department press release. 

    Lancaster Police Capt. Scott Grant said in the release that officers had been searching for Massey in connection with the shooting death of Demarcus L. Robinson, 30. 

  • SCDOT plans information meeting Tuesday on Lynches River bridge into Chesterfield County

    The S.C. Department of Transportation (SCDOT) has scheduled an information session for Tuesday, Oct. 15, to discuss the Lynches River Bridge on Overbrook Road that crosses into Chesterfield County.

  • Looking for Christ in the Bible

    Jesus said that the Old Testament scriptures “are they which testify of me” (John 5:39).

  • Woman injured in mob assault

    Four women were arrested earlier this month after an argument in an elementary school pick-up lane later ended in the mob assault of a Lancaster woman. 

    Saquita Chellita Cunningham, 20, 109 Witherspoon St., Chelsey Catoe, 20, 2824 Lynwood Drive, Shiquitta Davis, 30, 1836 Mangum Drive, Apt. 1, and Adricka Curry, 20, 2001 East Park Drive, were each arrested Oct. 2 and charged with third-degree assault and battery by mob, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report. 

  • N.C. woman injured in accident with logging truck

    KERSHAW – A North Carolina woman was entrapped inside her car Wednesday, Oct. 9, after colliding with a logging truck in a three-car accident about a mile north of the Kershaw town limits. 

    It took rescue workers from Kershaw Fire Department, Lancaster County Fire Service, Lancaster County EMS, Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office and Lancaster Rescue Squad about 30 minutes to free Bonnie Pethel, of Locust, N.C., from her mangled car.

  • Duke asks city to aid in promotion of assistance program

    Some city residents could quality for help with their electric bills this winter. 

    That's what a Duke Energy representative told Lancaster City Council at its Tuesday, Oct. 8, meeting.

    Rick Jiran, district manager of Government and Community Relations for Duke Energy South Carolina, explained the Residential Neighborhood Program during the citizens comments portion of the meeting. 

    The free walk-through energy assessment and improvement program is for qualified customers.