Today's News

  • Outreach Project seeks school supplies

    Your effort can help ensure that dozens of local students start the upcoming school year on the right foot.

  • York Tech rolls out new scholarship

    ROCK HILL – York Technical College has a new Presidential Scholarship with awards still available for the inaugural class.

  • Authorities investigate arson at abandoned home

    A burned rag and a few droplets of an unknown substance are all investigators have to go on as they look into the early-morning arson of an empty Lancaster home July 26. 

  • Progressivism is a weapon of mass Detroition

    Detroit has been served exclusively by Democrat leadership since 1962. Coincident with that 50-year period, the city began a steady state of entropy that culminated in the recent bankruptcy filing.
    The policies of the Detroit leadership have produced an unsustainable number of people on benefits – free stuff – that have not been paid for.

  • 5-year-old girl gets memorable birthday

    My family has always made it a weekend tradition to travel to Bojangles’ to eat breakfast and see other family and friendly acquaintances.
    Now, I love my sweet little Annabelle more than anything. My wife and I lost our firstborn, Michaela, about six years ago.
    My wife carried the child mostly full term within one week, then had to endure a stillborn birth. I find no fault in the wife I love, but having to endure that tragedy changed the both of us.
    A little while later, our sweet daughter, Annabelle, was born. She is so precious to both of us.

  • Graduate and mother both receive awards

     From release

    Danielle Amanda Miller, a 2013 Lancaster High School graduate, is a foster child. 

    Each year, a ceremony for all graduating foster children in South Carolina is held in Columbia. This 2013 event was June 14 at the Columbia Conference Center. 

    Part of the program includes an essay contest for the “My Guiding Light Award.” 

  • AA’s fall in tourney

    Robert Howey
    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball AA all-stars saw their postseason hopes end with a pair of losses in the Dixie Youth Baseball Regional tournament at the Ace Basin Sports Complex in Walterboro on Sunday, July 28.
    The Lancaster all-stars, ages 7-8, fell to Fairhope, Ala., 4-0 in their first game on Sunday and then dropped a 4-3 loss to Perry, Ga.
    Lancaster, which went 1-2 in the double-elimination tournament, opened play Saturday with a 10-9 win over Albany, Ga.

  • Rained-out race set for Aug. 3

    Michael Knight
    For The Lancaster News
    Mother Nature again cancelled a race at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, July 27. The rained-out race is rescheduled for Saturday, Aug. 3, with the Montgomery Towing Super Street Division highlighting the night paying $800 to win.
    The Super Street division is one of the speedway’s most popular divisions. And the $800 purse is sure to bring new drivers going for the big payday.

  • Council gives nod to sale of PVFD land

    Years after a 2-acre parcel of land was donated to the old Pleasant Valley Fire Department, county officials are moving forward with selling the land for inclusion in a pending residential development. 

  • Kershaw food pantry feeds nearly 600

    KERSHAW – The Kershaw community came out in bunches last week to help with an event that looks out for those in need.