Articles by Zack Mauldin
Editor: This is in response to a letter on the Opinion page of the July 27 edition.
Clemson residents and visitors attending the local National Night Out event at Dawson Park tonight will have the opportunity to interact with Clemson police and other area law enforcement agencies and enjoy food, entertainment, games and informational booths.
At a special called meeting Friday, Westminster City Council unanimously approved a $28,400 bid by a Seneca firm to reroof two buildings at the city’s water treatment plant.
Ronald Dodson, who was elected in 2015, said he will file paperwork to run for a second term on city council when the filing period begins Aug. 16.
Lynn Towe, who has been mayor for less than a year, told The Journal his love for his hometown is what pushed him to campaign for re-election.
Central and Six Mile town council incumbents have filed for re-election, with only Central having opposition in the Nov. 5 general election.
At least one city council member is considering challenging Westminster’s incumbent mayor in the November race for his seat.
New South Carolina Department of Social Services executive director Mike Leach said social workers are often unfairly blamed for problems within the system that sometimes result in child abuse, neglect or even death.
Local retailers are bracing themselves for a flurry of activity this weekend as shoppers take advantage of the state’s tax-free weekend to stock up on notebooks, backpacks, apparel and some of the latest tech gadgets.
Summer is about to go out with a bang for those in West Union on Saturday.
After a very annoying eight-and-a-half-hour car ride to Kentucky, I finally walked in the door of my parents’ home just after 9 p.m. on a Friday night.
Willie: Our car broke down recently, and my wife and daughter were stranded