Articles by Zack Mauldin
Property managers and owners said they believe the Clemson student housing market has been “overbuilt” after the recent addition of Epoch Clemson.
Frances Turner Wilson
July 22, 2019
Frances Turner Wilson was born to Crawford and Mary Brooks Turner on Sept. 1, 1943, and died Monday, July 22, 2019.
She was predeceased by her parents and brothers John Turner and …
Irene Thompson Gunsallus
July 28, 2019
SALEM, S.C. — Irene Thompson Gunsallus passed away on Sunday, July 28, at her home.
A service of celebration of her life will be held 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 3, at Salem United …
An Upstate electric company recently invested grant money into Tri-County Technical College to help build a more talented and diverse workforce.
Multiple fire departments battled a trash fire at the county’s transfer station just before 9:30 p.m. Saturday, forcing the station to close to the public on Monday.
Editor: A few days ago, I read an article in the newspaper regarding the state of New York passing a law forbidding the declawing of cats.
Editor: It was with great dismay that I read the Saturday Journal opinion page with its lead column titled “Darwin’s theory no longer credible, time to move on.”
Willie: I live on South Cove Road. I’m calling in reference to an announcement I believe was recently made that there would be 230-something units built.
A commercial photographer in the film industry for many years in the Atlanta area, Brandon McAlister knew he wanted to come back home to Oconee County long term. But he also knew that would likely mean a career change.
Grief has been especially heavy for Kenny Wright over the past week.
Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis identified the man in a news release as 63-year-old Robert “Bobby” McCombs of Easley.
While Oconee County offices have been up and running for a few days, some public-use computers are still out of service following a computer virus that forced a system-wide shutdown on July 18.