Today's News

  • Judicial Past, Future

    Jesef Williams
    The technology inside the courtroom is still so fresh that Clerk of Court Jeff Hammond referred to a user’s guide to explain some of the functions.
    A few locals asked him about the headsets that allow people in the back of the courtroom to clearly hear the proceedings taking place.
    Hammond then spoke of a brand new document reader that projects papers and other evidence on large flat screens for the jury to see.

  • AC units stolen in burglaries

    Jesef Williams
    The Lancaster Police Department is investigating four burglaries at vacant apartments on Calhoun, Rock and Hudson streets earlier this month.
    The report said the burglaries were discovered when an employee of Collins Realty, the company that owns the properties, checked a vacant apartment at 808 Calhoun St. where neighbors had reported seeing people “going in and out.”

  • Recycling will ease our landfill woes

    Some issues we report on remind us of the arcade game, Whack-a-Mole. Take landfills, for example. This year, landfill issues have been big news in Lancaster County.

  • Our county GOP is getting involved with more local events

    It’s great to let you all know what has been happening in the world of the Lancaster County Republican Party.
    I don’t believe we have stopped since we started. I know the virtual world is full of the latest and greatest information, but many of you do not have that access.
    So, if you see any of us on the street, come up to us and chat for a minute. We would be more than happy to fill you in.

  • Juniors split with Gaffney

    The Lancaster American Legion junior team split a League V doubleheader with Gaffney on Monday night.

    Lancaster, the League V champion, took the nightcap as ace hurler Jordan Brock tossed a no-hitter.

  • AA all-stars roll in opener



    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball AA all-stars had a rousing start to launch their district tournament hopes at Gandy Field in the Wylie Park Complex on Monday night.

  • Angels softball stars 3-0



    The Lancaster County Dixie Softball Angels all-stars remained unbeaten in the district tournament with a 10-4 win over Jefferson on Monday night at the Rodman Athletic Complex.

  • Tigers swim to win at Camden

    ved to 4-0 on the season with a 338-241 win over host Camden on Saturday.

    The Tigers, in the 97-point win, were paced by Charlee Brooke Henry, Lauren Spencer, Makenzie Henry, Jonah Faile and Jory Pettit who had four firsts each. Jonathan Wade, Brayden Kennington and Simon Wright each had three wins in the victory.

  • Baker notches two LMS wins



    Brandy Baker posted two wins to highlight Lancaster Motor Speedway action on Saturday night.

    Baker won the Super Street race and took the Crate Sportsman checkers.

  • Thomas “Happy” McCrorey

    Thomas “Happy” McCrorey

    GREAT FALLS – Thomas 'Happy' McCrorey died Monday, June 27, 2011.

    The family is receiving friends at the home.