Articles by Zack Mauldin
Local hospital officials are working on a plan that could bring the Prisma Health–Oconee Memorial Hospital campus into the Seneca city limits.
Coroner Kandy Kelley said The Cliffs at Keowee Springs employee Benjamin Wood was working at the golf course when he sustained an injury while cutting down a tree. Wood was taken to Cannon Memorial Hospital in Pickens, where he was later pronounced dead.
The driver of a boat that collided with a pontoon on Lake Keowee Wednesday night was rescued as he was sinking by the vessel he hit, according to the agency investigating the accident.
On a normal Jazz on the Alley night in downtown Seneca, the crowds fill Ram Cat Alley while the rest of Main Street remains quiet. The crowd stretched out a little more on Thursday night.
With just two days left before the gates open for Brew and ‘Que at Gignilliat Field, organizers for the craft beer and barbecue festival are ready to go.
As I recently answered the question of where the name “Collins” came from, I thought many of you may be interested in a short history lesson on Collins Children’s Home
Willie: I’d like to thank the folks that went out and cleaned up the side of Highway 11.
A friend stopped by the office to chat a few weeks ago, and I was on my way out to the car, so we were talking by the bed of his truck.
College football is coming to downtown Seneca tonight with tailgating, shuttle rides to Death Valley, food and the Clemson-Georgia Tech game showing on a large inflatable screen with sound running through Norton Thompson Park.
Tommy Lee Looney, 46, of Hope Drive, is charged with one count of domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature.
School District of Oconee County superintendent Michael Thorsland said districts are not set up to have the expertise required of trained professional mental health counselors.
A group of almost 15 Clemson residents is asking for more responsible growth as more student housing developments pop up in and around the city.