Today's News

  • Chamber’s Speed Networking a success

    Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce
    The second edition of the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce’s newest event, Speed Networking, is set for 8 a.m. Tuesday, June 5, at Zaxby’s Restaurant, 1210 S.C. 9 Bypass, Lancaster.  Speed Networking is a fast-paced meeting format designed to accelerate business contacts to exchange information in a series of brief exchanges. Attendees share their professional backgrounds and business goals, seeking exposure to new markets and/or to expand their pool of vendors.

  • Meet Your Neighbor

    Age: 44
    Address: Hampton Road
    Family: Husband, Greg, and son, Christopher
    Pets: Cocker spaniel Chance
    Job: Business License Specialist for the City of Lancaster
    Church: North Corner A.M.E. Zion
    Hobbies: Singing and spending time with my family
    Favorite books: “Waiting to Exhale”
    Favorite movie: “The Bucket List”
    Favorite food: Steak and salad
    Favorite getaways: Florida

  • Stephens wins Buford High’s first track title

    You have to be impressed with Buford High School’s Anthony Stephens’ determination.
    After a pair of sixth-place finishes in the Class AA state meet as a BHS sophomore and junior, Stephens wanted to do better.
    He did, as best as he could have for at the recent Class AA state track meet in Pontiac.
    Stephens posted a personal-best 48.35 to win the state title in the 400-meter run during the Class AA state track meet.

  • Tigers, Makos set to dive into new swim campaign



    The Lancaster Tigers and Lancaster Makos summer recreation swim league season begins this week.

  • Rain washes out P-31 juniors

    Rain prevailed at Eggleton Field on Friday.

    The wet weather washed out the Lancaster Post 31 junior team’s home baseball game with York Post 66.

    No make-up date has been set for the game.

  • Hatcher will lead Central Eagles' football program

    A new football coach has been announced for Central High School.

    Craig Hatcher was introduced to the team and the media at an assembly Friday, May 18.

  • Junior golfers launch play



    The Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association opens its 18th season Monday morning when the juniors play at the White Plains Golf Club in Pageland.

  • IL's Helms signs with Limestone



    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School distance runner Colton Helms will be on the run when he heads to college in the fall.

  • Is Summer Fest moving to Kirk Air Base?

    Jesef Williams
    The saga continues regarding the location of Lancaster Summer Fest, a highly anticipated concert set for next weekend.
    The Saturday, June 9, event, featuring rappers Slick Rick and Chubb Rock, was initially planned for Memorial Stadium.
    After an issue with the contract, it was announced that the event was moved to the Lancaster County Fairgrounds.

  • S.C. Firefighters Hall of Fame to induct Blackwelder, Cauthen

    Reece Murphy
    Two Lancaster County fire chiefs will be inducted into the S.C. Firefighters Hall of Fame next week.
    Retired Pleasant Valley Volunteer Fire Department Chief Paul Blackwelder and late Elgin Volunteer Fire Department Chief Dennis Cauthen will be inducted during the S.C. Firefighters Association Conference in Myrtle Beach June 4 through June 9 at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
    The men’s names will join those of 188 other hall of fame inductees from across the state.