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Today's News

  • Magic Pipe owner faces attempted murder charge

    GASTONIA, N.C. – The owner of a Panhandle business is out on bond as he awaits trial for a December shooting that took place in North Carolina.

    Timothy Lewis Sisk, 42, of Gastonia, N.C., has been charged with attempted first-degree murder. The Lancaster News recently learned of the charge.

    Sisk owns The Magic Pipe store in Indian Land.

    Authorities say Sisk shot Bryan Michael Kratz in the face with a .25-caliber handgun outside a bar in Lowell, N.C., on Dec. 13, 2011. Lowell is about 5 miles from Gastonia.

  • Driver runs off road, hits tree

    Two Lancaster County men were hospitalized after sustaining injuries in a one-vehicle crash Wednesday night, March 28.

    Doug A. Fells, 29, of Kershaw was driving a 1988 Ford Mustang with Christopher Adam Hunter, 32, of Lancaster as the front-seat passenger, according to the S.C. Highway Patrol.

    Fells was traveling north on Farmbrook Road at 8:40 p.m. when he came upon a right-hand curve. The car ran off the right side of the road and collided with a tree, said Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Billy Elder.

  • Man steals, pulls knife at Walgreens

    Police are searching for an armed man who stole several items from a Lancaster pharmacy last weekend.

    Lancaster police officers responded to Walgreens, at 1101 Gillsbrook Road, shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday, March 24, about a robbery that just occurred, according to a Lancaster Police Department incident report.

  • City taking applications for summer internships

    More college students than even before will have a chance to work for the city of Lancaster as a summer intern. 

    The city is now accepting applications for its annual internship program, which will run from May 29 to Aug. 6. This year, the ten-week program will include five students – two more than had been involved in years past. 

    Shelia Thompson, the city's human resources assistant who helps organize the program, said she's pleased City Council approved the two additional positions this summer. 

  • LMS hosting Heintz Brothers Performance

     The Heintz Brothers Performance Special, with extra money in all divisions, takes center stage at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

    With good weather expected, LMS kicks off its season with some great racing action in all divisions.

  • 4 Star Auction has bright start

     

       

    The inaugural 4 Star Athletic Auction proved to be a bright moment for the athletic programs at the four Lancaster County high schools.

  • Bruins ignite, down Vols

     

       

    The Lancaster Bruins used a late power surge to post a 10-3 win over county rival Andrew Jackson at Doomsday Corner on Wednesday night.

  • Suspect sought in Evans Drive shooting

    Christopher Sardelli
    csardelli@thelancasternews.com
    Investigators are searching for a suspect who may be involved in a shooting that injured a Lancaster man last weekend.
    Lancaster County sheriff's deputies were called Sunday, March 25, to a home in the 2000 block of Evans Drive about a reported shooting, according to a sheriff's office press release.
    When they arrived, they spoke with a 28-year-old man who said he was inside his home when he heard gunshots, the release said. The man also reported he was shot in his hip and hand.

  • USCL Lancers impressive in fourth season of baseball

    The 2012 University of South Carolina Lancaster baseball season has been one of glowing proportions on the diamond.
    The Lancers, who are in their fourth year of play in National Junior College Athletic Association Region X, are having a landmark campaign.
    The Lancers started off strong, winning eight straight games to open the season.
    It was obvious coach Steve Williams’ team was going to be a force to reckon with this season.
    Any doubting Thomases about the prowess of the royal blue and gold soon saw how strong the Lancers were.

  • SLED investigates EMS employee

    The S.C. Law Enforcement Division (SLED) has initiated the investigation of a Lancaster County EMS employee.

    In a brief statement issued Tuesday afternoon, SLED spokeswoman Kathryn Richardson confirmed a tip The Lancaster News received earlier in the day, but refused to release any specifics.

    “We have an investigation in Lancaster involving an EMS worker,” Richardson said. “The investigation is continuing and it would be inappropriate to discuss any details.”