Today's News

  • BHS wrestlers confident about season



    Buford High School wrestling coach John Mahaffey, with the return of seven wrestlers, is confident the Jackets can have their share of mat success this season.

  • Soccer stars set for state



    Three Lancaster County Parks and Recreation youth all-star soccer teams will travel to Sumter on Saturday to compete in the South Carolina Athletic Programs state championship tournament.

  • Gamecocks in control for state championship



    A coveted Southeastern Conference championship is a prize the University of South Carolina football team seeks in this day and age of college football.

  • Willie Robert Foster, 57

    Willie Robert Foster, 57

    Willie Robert Foster, 57 died Monday, Nov. 28, 2011.

    He was the son of the late Willie and Lucille Barber Foster.

    Survivors include a son, Derrick Foster of Lancaster; a daughter, Jerrika Foster of Lancaster; six sisters, Wilma Limous, Diane Foster, Debra Foster and Octavia Grier, all of Lancaster and Sharon F. Dorsey of New Haven, Conn., and Martha Foster of Rock Hill; two brothers, Dickey Foster of Van Wyck and Thomas B. Foster of Lancaster.

  • Man shot on porch

    Christopher Sardelli
    Police are on the hunt for two men wanted in the shooting of another man Sunday night.
    Lancaster police officers responded to a house in the 100 block of S. Gregory St. at 8:20 p.m. about a man shot on a porch, according to a police department press release.
    The victim, an 18-year-old Lancaster man, was sitting on the front porch of a friend's home when two men he knew walked toward him.

  • Highway turnoffs can be confusing

    Most of us have had an experience or two that we really can’t figure out. 

    I was reminded that I as watched and read about the tornado in neighboring York County on Nov. 16 that took three lives.

    All it takes is something like that to bring forgotten memories to mind.  

    Married servicemen often find it tough to secure housing for their families when reporting to a new duty station. 

    I was no different.

  • Lost & Found

    When Beverly Dozier’s family went around the table to say what they were thankful for during Thursday’s Thanksgiving meal she didn’t hesitate.

    Dozier is thankful for her gently-used brown corduroy coat and how it’s taken on a new meaning in her life.

    Andrew Garris may not have been at the Columbia home of Dozier’s brother to hear her sentiments Thursday, but he is just as thankful for that coat.

  • Meet your Neighbor – Talf Wrenn

    Name: Talf Wrenn

    Age: 16

    Address: Kershaw Camden Highway, Kershaw

    Family: Parents, Will and Meg Wren; a brother, Hammond and a sister, Caroline

    Pets: A dog, Bell

    Job: Junior at Andrew Jackson High School (also class president)

    Church: First Baptist Church, Kershaw

  • Small named new city fire chief

    Jesef Williams 


    The city of Lancaster looked within to find its new fire chief. 

    On Tuesday, City Council voted unanimously to name Chuck Small chief of the Lancaster Fire Department. 

    He succeeds Chris Nunnery, who recently stepped down to take a job as the county’s 911 director. 

    A Lancaster native, Small, 53, has been with the department since 1978. He’s been its battalion chief for the last five years. 

  • Black Friday shoppers scramble for deals

    Chris Sardelli 


    A precarious tower of boxes teetered back and forth inside Kaye Eubank’s shopping cart Friday morning as she slowly walked the aisles of Walmart.