Articles by Zack Mauldin
Duke Energy has launched an interactive quiz to illustrate how criminals try to cheat people out of their money as part of Utility Scams Awareness Week.
For only the third time in its 20-year history, Oconee County First Steps will have a new executive director, as longtime educator and child safety advocate Daby Snipes has been named to assume the duties starting Dec. 1.
A metal plate that had been on U.S. Highway 123 in Seneca for the past several months while officials looked for the source of water leaks in the area has finally been removed.
Jamel Deshawn Brown, 28, of 109 Walker St., was taken into custody at 121 Pecan St. in Central with help from the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office and Central Police, according to Seneca Police Maj. Jeremy Rothell.
Central Mayor Mac Martin said recently that efforts to plant trees to beautify the town continue to move forward.
Steven Lee Reynolds will spend 35 years in prison after he pleaded guilty Thursday to a double murder in Utica that happened more than a year ago.
The Seneca Zoning Board of Appeals denied a variance Thursday night to a homeowner who wanted to put a detached metal carport next to his home.
The Oconee County Public Library has joined a nationwide boycott of a major book publisher.