Articles by Zack Mauldin
The School District of Pickens County’s increased emphasis on online learning received another boost Monday night when school board trustees unanimously approved a recommendation by administration to seek additional options and calendar flexibility.
Duke Energy has invested almost $200,000 in small grants for school supplies across South Carolina, and three local elementary schools are eligible to receive funding.
Willie: I was cleaning out my DVR saves recently and came across the Memorial Day celebration, which I forgot I had saved.
A Frank Sinatra tribute act is rolling into Walhalla on Sunday night, all the way from Las Vegas.
The race to win a seat on Westminster’s City Council continues to grow.
I spend a lot of time in my car every week driving from home to work, to the lake house, and back again, traversing three states.
It is hard to find anyone without a cellphone these days — and schoolchildren are certainly no different.
With traffic studies completed and evaluated, a proposed development for approximately 235 patio homes and townhomes is scheduled to return to Seneca City Council next week for a final vote.
The recently released independent audit of Oconee County employee raises found that though former interim administrator Rick Martin gave allowable discretionary increases during his tenure, he lacked the “background, experience or other competencies” for the position.
SLED charged Mark Anthony Bolden with peeping on Thursday after a warrant alleges he recorded a woman naked while she was changing clothes between March 18-25.
Editor: “Why is health care a for-profit industry?” A recent letter posed this question, and, in light of frequently spoken statements in the Democratic debates, the question deserves a response.
Atheists say we came from slime in a primordial soup and will decompose into the elements we came from.