Articles by Zack Mauldin
It was a beautiful spring day, the kind that turns a young man’s fancy to thoughts of – fishin’! I rounded up a couple of my buddies, and we headed for Lake Hartwell to catch the big ones.
A block party vibe is set to overtake Main Street on Westminster for 12 straight hours on the Fourth of July.
A portion of the more than 900 pillowcase dresses originally intended for delivery to Haiti this month will instead be taken to Africa in late July.
The purchase of a 40-acre site at the corner of Garrison Road and Wells Highway for the future Seneca Middle School isn’t officially a done deal just yet.
Toddlers and retirees alike turned out Thursday night at the World of Energy, battling the heat to help celebrate 50 years of energy education in the Upstate.
Willie: Your response regarding the Wounded Warrior Project is uninformed and contains outdated, erroneous information.
Just as there is an app for almost anything you do, did you know there is a fact sheet for almost any home and gardening issue you have?
South Carolinians can help protect water quality in the state by participating in an upcoming survey from Clemson University Cooperative Extension.
Willie: Love your column, as usual. Three quick things.
Amina Marie Nix, 40, of Freedom Drive in Walhalla, is charged with one count of unlawful carrying of a firearm. She was in custody at the Oconee County Detention Center at press time Thursday night.
Ongoing projects at the Oconee County Regional Airport are moving forward with a bit of extra motivation after the Federal Aviation Administration awarded the county a $1.2 million grant Monday.
Oconee County’s first brewery is set to have seven beers on tap for Saturday’s opening day — a repertoire expected to eventually expand to 12 different tap options.