Articles by Zack Mauldin
Willie: It appears there have been some horrible auto accidents lately where the driver has crossed the centerline, causing a head-on collision.
Haiti is one of the most impoverished places on Earth, with numerous churches and nonprofits making mission trips to the island each year in an effort to bring relief in some form or fashion.
As city workers continue to replace about eight-tenths of a mile of water lines where breaks in the lines led to two boil-water advisories last week, Walhalla utilities director Scott Parris said more breaks could happen before the end of next month.
William Dakota Hunt, 18, of North Piedmont Road, was arrested Monday and in custody Tuesday at the Oconee County Detention Center awaiting a bond hearing.
Oconee County officials say $5.2 million in approved local, state and federal funding to bring sewer service to Interstate 85 may be the final piece to bring economic growth to the southern end of the county.
County administrator Amanda Brock confirmed to The Journal an offer has been made for a prospective new Oconee Economic Alliance executive director, and the county is awaiting a final decision from the candidate.
County voter registration and elections director Joy Scharich led a demonstration for county council at its Tuesday meeting, showing off one of the machines that — though they are worth more than $1 million — cost the county government nothing.
Editor: I am the cat. I own you. You don’t own me.
Willie: Recently your column mentioned the quality of service since Prisma took over GHS.
SENECA, S.C. — Betty Hopkins Alexander, 89, of 710 South Oak St., wife of the late Fred Lawrence Alexander Jr., passed away Saturday, Sept. 28, at Oconee Memorial Hospital surrounded by her loving family.
hough some might find it rather dull, Donovan Pope enjoys his job. In fact, he says being an insurance agent is fun.
Tillman L. Gibson, 52, of 543 Sam Moore Road in Westminster, was charged with two counts of grand larceny with a value of $10,000 or more.