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Today's News

  • Connecticut school shooting aftermath; keeping our children safe

    It’s been five days now since the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., left 20 children and six educators dead, news that struck the nation like a slap in the face.

    Until Friday, Dec. 14, many Americans had become numb to news of mass shootings; shock and sadness, at first, quickly pushed to the back of the nation’s collective mind in a fatigued response to an all-too common crime.

    But this was different, a crime of unimaginable evil in a place assumed to be among the last truly safe institutions in society.

  • Diago pleads guilty in murder of Jackie Craine

    Linda Craine says she now has closure.

    It’s been a trying year for Craine and her family as they continue to deal with the loss of Craine’s daughter, Jackie, who was fatally shot Jan. 5 in Fort Mill.

    Jackie Craine’s estranged boyfriend, James Enrico “Rico” Diago, who was charged with her murder, has been jailed ever since at the York County Detention Center.

    On Monday, Jackie’s family learned of his fate.

  • Deputies nab trio for recent burglary spree

    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office has announced the arrests of three people charged in a string of recent burglaries and thefts.

    Joel Brandon Scott, 31, 1317 Memorial Drive; Joshua Matthew Thurman, 27, 1348 Memorial Drive; and Amber Leigh Airington, 20, 1121 Chesterfield Ave., were each charged in connection with incidents occurring between Nov. 27 and Dec. 9, according to a media release issued Monday, Dec. 17.

  • Passenger falls from car during North Main street police chase

    A Lancaster woman was flown to a Charlotte hospital Saturday, Dec. 15, after falling out of a car during a police chase.

    The 29-year-old woman was injured only minutes after officers approached a man outside the Carriage Inn, at 1100 N. Main St., according to a Lancaster Police Department incident report.

    Police were conducting a walk-through of the inn’s bar about 1:30 a.m. when they noticed a possibly intoxicated man leave and walk toward his car, the report said.

  • Man injured after struck by car at Grace Avenue bar

    Authorities from two counties are investigating a hit-and-run incident that left a Lancaster man injured outside a bar early Saturday, Dec. 15. 

    Deputies responded to The Pit Stop, 1782 Grace Ave., about 2:30 a.m.  after learning someone there  had been struck by a vehicle, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report. 

    When they arrived, deputies saw a large crowd of people in the parking lot and a 21-year-old Lancaster man on the ground. 

  • Warriors down Lions twice for home sweep

    Indian Land swept Class A foe Lewisville in a non-region twin bill on Monday, Dec. 17 in the IL gym.

    The Warriors rallied from a 36-33 halftime deficit to notched the 70-61 win in the nightcap for the sweep.

  • BHS Jackets honor fall sports stars

     

       

    BUFORD – Buford High School fall sports stars had their final shining moment Monday, Dec. 17 at the annual BHS fall sports awards night.

  • Wells enjoys Shrine time

     

       

    SPARTANBURG – Buford High School head coach Mike Wells battled a nagging cold and sore throat for the better part of last week, but for how he felt Saturday afternoon, he couldn’t have felt better.

  • Flag at half-staff for shooting victims

    The American flag is flying at half-staff until sunset Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012, as a mark of respect for the victims of the senseless acts of violence at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., on Friday, Dec. 14, 2012.

  • Mulvaney column: How we know president’s not serious about ‘fiscal cliff’

     At a recent town hall meeting, I had a constituent ask me a fairly straightforward question: “Why won’t you compromise with the president?” 

    My response was probably not what she expected: “Do you want to sell your home?” 

    Taken aback, she responded that she did not. 

    “I’ll give you $100,000,” I told her. 

    Again, she refused. 

    “How about $200,000?” I pressed.