Articles by Zack Mauldin
Last year, I made a point of writing about how I refuse to celebrate Christmas until Thanksgiving and wish everyone would do the same.
The phrase “short-term rental” has raised hackles in recent months in Seneca, and, while Oconee County officials briefly mentioned the topic this week, it was strictly tax-related.
Projects to repave roads and improve aging bridges are underway across South Carolina, but state officials say plenty of time, money and patience will be needed before the work is completed.
While the countdown is in single digits for Thanksgiving, another deadline is rushing up behind it: Christmas for Kids.
Matthew Brodie Pund, 26, of 110 Wayside Circle, was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, reckless driving, failure to stop for a blue light and driving under suspension.
A Westminster man died Wednesday afternoon after a tree fell on him as he cut it down on his property.
David Underwood became tangled in a web of his own success this week.
Though it could have resulted in a quicker settlement, Oconee County Council voted Tuesday night to opt out of a negotiation group in a federal opioid case.
A developer seeking to rezone 2.5 acres in Walhalla to build single-family homes has scaled back his plans in response to concerns from the neighborhood.
A record 2.29 million Carolinians will travel 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving, a transportation official predicts.
A recent update on the town of Central’s battle with Norfolk Southern involving efforts to install an at-grade crossing from the intersection of Maw Bridge Road and Madden Bridge Road across to S.C. Highway 93 was presented during a town council meeting.
Four Clemson University faculty members are set to read at an event tonight to benefit two Upstate food programs.