Articles by Zack Mauldin
With a traffic study completed, Seneca city administrator Scott Moulder said this week a proposed development to build about 235 low-maintenance patio homes on property between Keowee School and South Cove roads could return to city council’s agenda later this summer.
Nearly two years after they bought the property in the fall of 2017, Alex and Allison Butterbaugh are ready to officially open the doors of Oconee County’s first brewery to the public.
Oconee Economic Alliance interim executive director Janet Hartman is stepping down from the post she has held for nearly a year.
An autopsy Thursday on the remains of an unidentified woman discovered this week in Seneca was inconclusive on the cause of death, but Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis said the woman had no teeth.
More than 500 Vietnam veterans, including 38 from California, were inducted into the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund’s In Memory Program in 2019. One of those Californians originally hailed from Seneca.
Today’s column almost didn’t happen, y’all, but I battled the nap that was calling my name to write this solely for you.
We are halfway through our 100th anniversary year, and the celebrations continue.
Editor: In recent news, more and more states are legalizing recreational marijuana.
As the Golden Corner prepares to celebrate the founding of the United States of America, local municipalities and groups are gearing up for celebrations before, during and after the holiday.
Willie: There are some amazing administrators in the School District of Oconee County, but there are also some horrible ones.
When I walked through my yard the other day, I was shocked at the number of sticks lying on the ground and in my bushes.
Miss Clemson and Miss Clemson Teen recently appeared before Clemson City Council to express thanks for the financial support the city has given to the pageants in recent years.