Articles by Zack Mauldin
Monday’s June meeting of the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority board marked the first meeting for the board’s only woman member.
Clemson City Council unanimously approved first reading of its more than $13 million general fund budget that features $1.5 million in yet-to-be determined capital projects and a tax decrease.
Willie: OK, Willie, do I have to draw you a picture?
A local café will fill up with live music and homegrown hops this weekend to help local teenagers learn more about where their food and drinks come from.
The Pickens Soil and Water Conservation District has requested $23,000 from Pickens County Council to cover its expenses to maintain dams in the county.
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Two Walhalla city councilmen say they plan to run for mayor in November, while current Mayor Danny Edwards said Tuesday night he has not decided whether he will seek a third term.
Monday marked the final commission meeting for two longtime Tri-County Technical College staples.
Felicia Dawn Ramey, 59, is charged with one count of unlawful neglect of a child or helpless person.
Students in Oconee and Pickens counties enjoying the first week of summer break don’t have to worry about meals this summer, thanks to feeding programs offered by both school districts.
Willie: Muslim is not a religion. Islam is a religion, and the followers are Muslims.
Walhalla High and Tamassee DAR schools are already taking part in the Green Steps initiative to improve the environment, and other Oconee County schools may soon follow their lead.