Articles by Zack Mauldin
Jacques William Hasan, 17, of Zebulon Drive, and 18-year-old James Kahindi Lewis Jr., of Sterling Silver Drive, are each charged with one count of possession of a stolen vehicle.
Seneca High School was placed on a code red lockdown Thursday, but school district officials said the exercise was for practice only.
In today’s edition of The Journal you’ve read where the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority commissioners are scheduled to consider a proposal to reduce its reserve fund from more than $13 million to about $5 million by returning approximately $8 million back to the three member cities who paid the money to the sewer authority in the first place.
Jan. 30 is when I started my first “real” job here at the paper in 2013 and the date I closed on my house last year.
More than 30 Seneca firefighters, city officials and community residents officially welcomed the city’s newest fire engine to the department on Thursday afternoon with a tradition Chief Richie Caudill says goes back to a time when steam engines were pulled to fires by horses.
Police are warning people not to bother a bear cub spotted outside an apartment complex in Clemson earlier this week.
After 15 years of dedicated service, Kaye Gibson is retiring and, coincidentally, today is her anniversary date and her last day of work.
Oconee County Public Library employees say colder weather and changes to downtown Seneca have led to an “influx” of transient and homeless visitors at the Seneca library.
Kenneth Nathan Dailey died at the scene of the crash on Coffee Road at approximately 11:25 p.m., according to Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis.
Willie: I enjoy your column every day.
Projects improving water, sewer and electrical infrastructure in three Oconee County cities could benefit from a proposal that the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority return approximately $8 million of its more than $13.1 million in reserve funds to those cities.
With the new year in full swing, the Gateway Arts Center in Westminster has been around for a full year and will be celebrating by hosting its first Members Show, which will feature work by artists from the Tribble Center.
Willie: I don’t know what happened, but they put the wrong number for you in The Journal.
A service animal is back with her family after going missing for six hours following a car wreck on Tuesday night.