Articles by Zack Mauldin
A pair of local organizations benefited from a charity softball game hosted by the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club on Wednesday morning at Nettles Park.
With more than 630 signed leases and move-in dates scheduled in less than two weeks, Oconee County’s first student housing complex has yet to be declared livable by county officials.
While changes have been made to Seneca’s proposed short-term rental ordinance, some residents told city council they still have concerns about speeding, noise violations, density and safety they believe the ordinance could bring to neighborhoods in the city.
The manager of Pioneer Rural Water District’s new plant said line flushing has taken place after the provider received quality complaints about its water.
The traffic headaches experienced by everyone who drives through Clemson aren’t going to improve anytime soon, and as Clemson University’s enrollment continues to grow, it will get even worse.
Workforce is the hot topic amongst economic developers across the country right now.
Editor: For 230 years (minus the last three years) America has proudly stood as a rock of democracy, an example for the rest of the world.
Editor: Well, Mr. LeCroy has done it again with his most recent piece: “Darwin’s theory no longer credible, time to move on.”
Steven Ray Marshall, 26, of Laing Court, was arrested this week and charged with one count of second-degree domestic violence.
Willie: Say there, Willie, I was wondering about something.
Even though it seems like we wait forever, the actual time we spend with the doctor seems to go by super-fast. How many times have you thought of questions to ask after the doctor left?
Use our calendar to make your weekend plans!