Articles by Zack Mauldin
Willie: I went to a grocery store last night around 9 p.m. in Seneca and was shocked at probably a half-dozen homeless, rough-looking people who were outside just sitting around.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is asking for members of the community if they are able to donate toiletry items — soap, shampoo, conditioner, feminine hygiene products, disposable brushes and combs, razors, shaving gel, etc. — laundry detergent, deodorant, and dental hygiene items to our office located at 300 S. Church St. in Walhalla.
Top anglers from the T-H Marine Bass Fishing League are set to take over Lake Hartwell this weekend.
Editor: The recent letter, “Same song, fourth verse” engages the climate change issue, but unfortunately does so only at the margin.
Demarcus Shawntez Taylor, 26, of 213 S. Pine St., was charged with three counts of breaking into a motor vehicle and one count each of financial transaction card fraud with a value less than $500 in a six-month period, financial card theft, possession of stolen goods with a value less than $2,000 and simple larceny.
The Oconee Community Theatre will kick off its 30th season in the former Utica School on Friday night with a surprise-packed performance of “Take Five.”
With a banjo and guitar in tow, Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing have tackled several outdoor adventures as the Okee Dokee Brothers, gaining inspiration for their not-so-childish children’s music.
Use our calendar to make your plans for this fall!
Editor: While watching the livestream of President Donald Trump and President Volodymyr Zelensky broadcast on the Fox News YouTube channel, I noticed that many of the comments in the livestream comment section followed a particular pattern of phrasing, typestyle, emoji and spacing.
Now that Clemson City Council has given unanimous final approval to an amendment banning tobacco use except for designated areas at all city parks and ball fields, parks and recreation director Jay Bennett said approximately 25 signs would be ordered this week.
A sewer line is just a pipe in the ground — except when it helps to connect a community’s present to a future it would like to achieve.
West Union Town Council voted 4-0 Tuesday night to raise elected officials’ salaries after the November election.