Articles by Zack Mauldin
When Greg Harris purchased an old house on John Street last year, he saw it as a place where he could refinish and sell mid-century and antique furniture.
The Oconee County Public Library system director said the ongoing boycott of a major book publisher will last through the end of the year before being re-evaluated.
A proposed annexation of Prisma Health–Oconee Memorial Hospital into the city of Seneca is on hold, according to Hunter Kome, the local hospital’s chief operating officer.
Seneca is among five cities in South Carolina in which the secretary of state’s office said a Charlotte-based nonprofit solicited donations despite a court order barring it due to repeated failure to submit annual financial reports.
When the city of Seneca acquired ownership of the Harper’s 5 and 10 Cent Store on East North 1st Street in October, city administrator Scott Moulder said the city had wasted no time working in the long-vacated building.
Playing a bit of catch-up with major vehicle purchases, Oconee County Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve the more than $2 million purchase of six fire trucks.
Ted Lucyk never saw his 30th birthday, but the impact the former Walhalla teacher and baseball coach had on those around him continues to be felt 35 years after his death.
Hampered by numerous delays, a 9/11 memorial in Oconee County is finally showing signs of construction.