Articles by Zack Mauldin
After more than a year of discussion, a third proposed ordinance to allow short-term rentals in Seneca is one step closer to becoming law.
Just days before it is scheduled to take effect on Monday, Seneca City Council approved its $12.4 million general fund budget, which doesn’t have a tax increase and provides a 3 percent across-the-board raise for all city employees.
Charles Edward Thrift Sr., 31, of Eva Place in Westminster, is charged with trafficking methamphetamine and breach of trust.
More than 40 Oconee County third-graders went home with a bag full of books on Tuesday in an effort to encourage them to keep reading through the summer.
Overnight stays and park revenue at Oconee County parks have grown again in 2019, a trend officials have seen annually since 2015 and look to capitalize on moving forward.
After approving first reading of a 2019-20 fiscal year general fund budget of a little more than $2 million with no tax increase the month before, Central Town Council unanimously approved final reading including a 1-mill tax increase and a hike in water and sanitation rates.
Seneca residents have a chance at a public hearing tonight to give city council input on any of seven proposed budgets coming up for final votes after the hearing.
More than eight months after rejecting a request for a block party in the downtown area, Clemson City Council appears more favorable to a new request for next spring.
Willie: To the “Willie” commenter who stated: “Do research because ‘there’s no such phenomenon as climate change’” Fox Faux News and all right wing media are not research entities.
The winner of this year’s Clemson Area Transit bike giveaway was not even born yet when CAT and a local bicycle company gave away their first prize a decade and a half ago.
Last week, we reported that South Carolina’s municipal utilities and co-ops aren’t under the purview of the Public Service Commission, an issue that we took offense with.
South Carolina Teacher of the Year Jeff Maxey visited Walhalla High School recently as part of his effort to see classrooms across the state.