Articles by Zack Mauldin
Have you noticed your crape myrtles looking a little scraggly this winter?
University students from the United States, Egypt and China are collaborating on solutions to a problem that threatens one of South Carolina’s biggest cities.
Clemson City Council has approved a resolution committing up to $970,623 for the Littlejohn Community Center expansion project.
Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis identified the man as Alan Edward Greene of Seneca.
Willie: It’s quite apparent that Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham and the Republican Party hate Democrats more than they love America and Americans.
At Tamassee DAR School, we believe that the education of the total child will build character traits that can result in stronger leaders, productive citizens and responsible adults.
The World of Energy has once again been transformed into a tropical oasis as the annual orchid show takes over with bold colors and showy plants.
A 7,000-square-foot home was deemed a total loss after an early-morning blaze Thursday near Seneca.
A former Oconee County employee was arrested Thursday morning and charged with embezzling public funds after investigators allege she took less than $10,000 from the county for her own use.
Former Clemson City Councilman Jerry Chapman and Clemson University Athletics have been named this year’s individual and group recipients of the Abernathy-Cox One Clemson Award.
City officials were forced to create a detour after a water main break on U.S. Highway 123 near Westminster on Thursday afternoon.
Recent discussions out of Clemson have news about two trails — Keowee Trail and the Green Crescent Trail.