Articles by Zack Mauldin
Cody Austin Grant, 22, of Lakeside Drive, faces multiple charges, including possession of a stolen vehicle, driving under suspension, reckless driving, failure to stop for a blue light and disregarding a stop sign.
Local authorities have mixed opinions on a change in the South Carolina Juvenile Justice Code set to become law July 1.
Willie: I just want to leave you with a thought. It’s not political, and I don’t mean it to be anything close to political.
With plates piled full of food in front of them, Howard and Heart McQueen slowly polished off a tasty lunch Friday to start their weekend.
A 21-year-old man charged earlier this week in connection with a gas station armed robbery now faces more charges in two other crimes, and a teen is also charged in the case.
The city of Seneca made a big impression last holiday season with its downtown Christmas lights, decorations and music display that brought visitors down Main Street from Ram Cat Alley to Walnut Street every night for the show.
Some state taxpayers will be getting a little bit of a Christmas bonus from the state of South Carolina, thanks to their elected officials.
After an outcry from the public over a lack of transparency in the matter, Clemson University announced repairs will be made to the school’s pool in the Fike Recreation Center during a two-week closure.
A food truck ordinance approved in March will not go into effect on July 1 as originally scheduled, giving Walhalla officials additional time to re-evaluate the wording for the permit requirements.
Clemson City Council approved third and final reading of its $13.1 million general fund budget for the upcoming fiscal year this week.
Editor: It amazes me that out-of-state developers — and others — continue to be allowed to line their pockets with primarily student housing and essentially on the backs of the Clemson city residents.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 47-year-old man Wednesday after it said undercover operatives were able to buy drugs from him on two separate occasions.