Articles by Zack Mauldin
As public schools in the South were being integrated in 1969, a Clemson couple was determined to ease the transition of local black students.
Authorities are calling for cellphone jamming to be used in state prisons after a multi-jurisdictional investigation that resulted in the seizure of more than $20 million in drugs and 54 people being indicted and accused of participating in a trafficking ring orchestrated in part by current and former inmates.
Monday is Veterans Day, and it also marks the 101st anniversary of the end of World War I.
What’s wrong with being white — especially a white male?
Editor: I recently returned from a summer in Russia, mostly spent learning the language in Saint Petersburg.
Three Oconee County organizations have received a combined $76,550 from the Duke Energy Foundation in an effort to help protect and restore natural resources in South Carolina.
A chance visit to a pair of stone walls on East North 1st Street in Seneca is a reminder about preserving the past that should echo through this country on Veterans Day 2019.
For South Carolina taxpayers who are wondering when they will receive their $50 rebate checks provided for by the General Assembly, the State Department of Revenue says the checks are in the mail — the first batch of them, at least.
Seneca City Council is set to consider final reading next week of an ordinance providing an Installment Purchase Revenue Bond to pay for improvements to the Seneca Industrial Facility, including a new $1.5 million building to move the public works department to the site.
Clemson University honored a late alumnus last week during the school’s annual Legacy Day.
The Oconee County Animal Shelter has long flown an American flag every day. However, thanks to an Oconee Humane Society volunteer and U.S. Coast Guard veteran, the flag now welcoming visitors is “very unique.”
Incumbent Danny Woodward was officially certified Thursday as one of three winners in Tuesday’s Walhalla City Council election, but it didn’t come easy.