Today's News

  • Lancaster Red Cross is helping tornado victims

    A Lancaster man has joined hundreds of fellow Red Cross personnel in North Carolina to help in the aftermath of tornadoes that devastated portions of the state Saturday afternoon.

    Meanwhile, Red Cross officials say there are plenty of opportunities for the public to help.

    Scores of tornadoes touched down across the central part of the state Saturday afternoon killing 22 and seriously injuring at least 130. The storm was part of a larger system that tore across the South last week killing more than 40 in six states.

  • Prescription Take Back Day April 30

    From Release

    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will participate in the second annual nationwide Prescription Drug Take-Back initiative that seeks to prevent increased pill abuse and theft. 

    DEA will collect potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs for destruction at sites nationwide from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 30. The service is free and anonymous.

    The sites are: 

  • Sorority focuses on having healthy hearts

    From Release

    More than 125 women dressed in red attended a special event for heart disease awareness hosted by The Lancaster, S.C. Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. on Feb. 19 at The Lancaster Community Center.

    The purpose was to raise awareness and encourage women in the community to become champions of heart health. 

    Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women. 

    Guests enjoyed a heart-healthy lunch, music from the Mount Zion A.M.E. Zion church choir. 

  • Indian Land does its part to clean up America

    Staff reports

    The Indian Land community participated in the Great American Cleanup on April 2-9, sponsored by the Indian Land Action Council and S.C. Palmetto Pride. 

    Organizers considered the effort a great success.

    “The results speak for itself and I am thrilled beyond measure,” said Jan Tacy, Indian Land Cleanup coordinator. “Thank you, Indian Land.”

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  • 1964 the Tribute rocks the house @ USCL

    Nothing really changes the taste of grits, said Mark Benson as “John Lennon” during the 1964 the Tribute concert inside a raucous Bundy Auditorium at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster.
    Nothing really changes the Beatles, either, as the tribute band proved while rocking the house Saturday.
    If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, The Beatles would be flattered by    Ricky Vacca (Paul), Tom Work (George), Bobby Potter (Ringo) and Mark Benson (John), said Kim Burgess.

  • Bruins Challenge Champs

    The Lancaster Bruins met the challenge, taking the championship in the Braves Diamond Challenge on Tuesday afternoon at Cheraw High School.

    Lancaster, 2-0 in pool play with wins over Buford and tourney host Cheraw, defeated Wilson Hall of Sumter, 5-1 to capture the crown and even its overall mark at 10-10 on the season.

  • Brown highlights LMS action with win



    “Downtown” Michael Brown won his first career NDRA Crate Late Model race to highlight action at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

  • Lady Bruins split two in Spring Break tourney

    Lancaster held on to take a 5-4 win over Cheraw in pool play on Monday night in the Cheraw Spring Break softball tournament.

  • Lancers baseball swept at Pitt



    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster Lancers fell to Pitt Community College in a pair of weekend doubleheaders.

    The Lancers, on Sunday, fell 6-2 and 5-2.