Articles by Zack Mauldin
Two Seneca police officers and a man wanted on multiple charges were treated for minor injuries on Wednesday afternoon after a foot chase that ended when one officer and the suspect fell through the glass window of a downtown business.
After a whirlwind of researching, fundraising, grant-writing and renovation, the free dental clinic at Oconee Memorial Hospital opened its doors in June 2014 with a mission to treat underserved patients.
The Oconee County Parks, Recreation and Tourism Commission will need to cut almost $40,000 in total grant money requested from accommodations tax revenue to match the funding available for this grant cycle.
After a second and final reading paired with months of discussion, a proposed development for approximately 235 patio homes and townhomes received proper zoning clearance at a special called Seneca City Council meeting Tuesday night.
If the opening game of the 2019 Clemson football season weren’t enough, the Tigers are defending national champions and the preseason No. 1 team in the nation.
Zachary Keith Blanton, 23, was charged with two counts of conspiracy. He was also charged with misconduct in office and furnishing contraband to prisoners on Feb. 6.
Willie: I read your paper every time I can get it and your article. The Journal is great.
Editor: If you drive over the speed limit down one of our little downtown main streets, you’re subject to a speeding fine.
After spending several days holed up in meetings as part of their annual regional conference, Duke Energy employees were glad to have one day to give back to two local nonprofits.
Ever feel like you can’t get something right even when you’re trying?
A month after requesting several changes, the Clemson Board of Architectural Review has unanimously given final approval to a proposed mixed-use project at 405 College Avenue that would replace several existing businesses at the site.
The county courthouse will soon have an additional layer of security in a part-time deputy after Billy Lusk was sworn in to the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office on Monday.