Articles by Zack Mauldin
A 20-year-old Seneca man is being held on a $100,000 surety bond after being charged with a third offense of distributing methamphetamine in Oconee County after a routine traffic stop.
Oconee County Council will select its new chairman tonight at its first meeting of an election year where the majority of council seats are up for grabs.
Willie: I question why I was not able to receive an answer to my telephone calls to the Walhalla Police Department or the sheriff’s office on Dec. 3.
City of Clemson and Clemson University officials are working together to find a permanent home for the spring break rowing program that brings in nearly 1,600 athletes from more than 30 high school and college programs from the Northeast and Midwest.
An issue that generated a lengthy debate among Clemson City Council members and the public last month barely made a whimper Monday night as city council voted 4-2 to approve the second and final reading of a proposed ordinance imposing a temporary moratorium on construction permits for large-scale student housing projects.
Two sewage spills last month demonstrated the importance of maintaining the infrastructure that silently makes modern life possible.
A developer will present changes in the design of the mixed-use Dockside project to the Clemson Board of Architectural Review tonight for what he hopes is final approval.
Morgan Ray Kelly, 20, of Robinhood Drive, has been charged with third-degree assault and battery.