Articles by Zack Mauldin
While the comprehensive education reform bill failed to make it to Gov. Henry McMaster’s desk to sign into law, local legislators say that doesn’t mean no significant education legislation came out of Columbia this session.
Editor: I have been motivated by a letter published Friday asking for “proof” against the president.
Willie: I hope you’re having a good day. I’ve been reading some up on the Wounded Warrior Project, and from what I can gather, I don’t know if The Journal has done any research on it, but I gather they made millions in 2014.
Clemson resident Margaret Thompson saw a lot of bad things during her 25-year career in law enforcement.
Tuesday was officially 40 years since my dad’s death.
Westminster City Council approved final reading of its 2019-20 fiscal year general fund and utility budgets Tuesday night, but not before residents voiced their disdain with council for increases in water rates and garbage fees.
Holiday Avenue residents turned out at Clemson City Hall over the past two days to voice objections and concerns over a proposal by Dockside Development to build an $80 million mixed-use, multi-family development along Tiger Boulevard.
Seneca City Council approved first reading of ordinances Tuesday night prohibiting animals at city events on Ram Cat Alley and changing municipal elections to November beginning in 2021.
State Sen. Thomas Alexander said a $51 million contract awarded by the state this week to implement a new voting system should improve the security and accuracy of elections.
Twelve Clemson streets are set to undergo roadway repair and overlay work beginning next week, weather permitting.
The sixth round of the Oconee County Citizens Police Academy is set for this fall, and the sheriff’s office is now accepting applications from residents who want to learn a little more about law enforcement.
The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office alleges 63-year-old Gregory Nix shot his wife, 59-year-old Tracey Nix, just before 8 a.m. on Tuesday morning.