Articles by Zack Mauldin
Willie: We all think we have problems and do.
After being told that Thursday morning’s Thanksgiving meal was proving a hit with its recipients, Margaret Thompson said “Maybe I can cook after all.”
Most of the estimated 200 people lined up outside Belk in Seneca’s Applewood Plaza before the store opened at 4 p.m. Thanksgiving Day were hoping they would get the $500 gift card that was among the ones store manager Chip Forester handed out.
While many will be shopping for Christmas gifts this weekend, local firefighters will be outside the Seneca Wal-Mart seeking donations for a shopping trip of their own on Dec. 21.
Authorities are investigating the circumstances of a fire that killed a 61-year-old man and a dog and injured a woman near Dacusville this week.
It’s natural, at Thanksgiving, to reflect on the many blessings we have. This month, in particular, I find myself grateful for so many things.
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Willie says: Thanksgiving is more than feasts and festivities.
A small caravan of Seneca Police Department vehicles rolled into two apartment complexes late Wednesday morning with blue lights flashing.
With many spending time around the Thanksgiving table today sharing the things they are grateful for this year, local leaders expressed their gratitude with readers of The Journal.
As many hunker down indoors for a Thanksgiving Day meal, South Cove County Park will be full through Saturday with those celebrating the holiday.
Plenty of opportunities are available for those who want to lend a helping hand to the Feed the 5,000 event at Our Daily Bread on Jordan Street in Seneca today.
Walhalla water and sewer customers in the Stribling Shoals Road service area should see increased water pressure once a booster pump station is installed on the road.
The water tower on Harrison Avenue in Walhalla may soon have a new look — featuring a Razorback.