Articles by Zack Mauldin
The Clemson University football team is set for a marquee game this weekend, but an annual tradition will take place today.
As Walhalla officials consider changes to their water billing process, utilities director Scott Parris says using new meters that remotely record usage could be a solution.
With a full schedule of events set to take over Westminster today and Saturday, the 58th annual South Carolina Apple Festival has already held its unofficial kickoff event.
Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook said at a recent meeting he would like to see term limits for mayor and city council — either forcing candidates to sit out a term after two consecutive terms before running again or allowing no more than three consecutive terms.
Costs to renovate a 70-year-old auditorium will help be paid by a fundraiser near the end of the month.
With the caveat that I’ll probably break this promise to myself, I’ve mentally prepared myself to write about foster care on a monthly basis.
Willie: I like your column. I read it every morning with my coffee.
The Clemson Board of Architectural Review Wednesday night took no action on the proposed Dockside mixed-use development to be located on Tiger Boulevard at the site where the former Holiday Inn once stood.
Planes lined the runway Aug. 29 ahead of Clemson University’s first home football game of the season, perfectly demonstrating the need for additional aircraft parking at Oconee County Regional Airport.
The Oconee County Parks, Recreation and Tourism Commission approved a recommendation to award $30,000 in grant money to 11 organizations from accommodations tax revenue.
Clemson University is growing, and more off-campus student housing is being built.
When Pat Shull was reading through the script for “Dracula Bites” at home one day, she laughed so hard that she upset her dog.