Articles by Zack Mauldin
Tickets are now available for the third annual Brew and ‘Que festival, offering a variety of barbecue and unlimited craft beer samples in a family-friendly environment on Labor Day weekend.
The Journal editorial staff has welcomed Savannah Blake as its new staff photographer.
When Clemson’s 2019 football season opens at home against Georgia Tech on Aug. 29, Seneca officials hope their city’s downtown will have people tailgating, cooking out, playing games, watching the action on one of several TVs and riding to the game in Death Valley on a CATbus.
When Central officials began searching for a new police chief after Khristy Justice’s resignation earlier this year, they voted to stipulate that the hire must live locally.
After an absence of several years, Arby’s appears to be set to return to Clemson in a new location.
A 26-year-old Simpsonville man was arrested Wednesday after authorities said he stole $25,000 in products from a Seneca car dealership last month.
Around 25 people attended an information session Tuesday night to find out more about opioid use in Oconee County.
Pickens County School Board chairman Brian Swords said at a recent meeting that the time has come for the district to consider adding second career and technology center.
After months of negotiation, the city of Clemson and Clemson University have finalized a new three-year fire services contract, expanding on the one-year agreements reached in recent years.
Editor: Let me start out by saying I have not read the column written by Doug Lecroy, but I have read several letters written by one of the authors who responded to the column, as he writes almost daily to the editor.
Willie: I love your column. What I don’t like is again, our police officers and K9s risk their lives to apprehend the scum and again, our “magistrates” give them “walk and skip” bail.
This year, Seneca High School’s graduating class was extra special to us at Collins Home.