Articles by Zack Mauldin
Walhalla City Council voted 6-0 Tuesday night to buy a new fire truck from Safe Industries for $387,000.
Former Walhalla High School athletic director Hal Dunlap was a teacher and coach for 39 years, mostly in Oconee County.
A gallon of regular unleaded gas in South Carolina costs more than a dime more than it did before last weekend’s attack on an oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia.
Alex Benjamin McCaffrey, 29 of Seth Drive in Westminster, is charged with assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature and two counts of manufacture and distribution of methamphetamine.
Students in the transition employment program at the Fred P. Hamilton Career Center experience a valuable opportunity to learn job skills and, more importantly, life skills by growing produce and serving customers who visit Considerate Cafe.
An Oconee County Sheriff’s Office investigation into a social media post by an Oconee Christian Academy student that led to a lockdown at the school ended Friday with officials concluding the post “was not intended to be a threat of any kind.”
Timothy Murphy of Seneca, a member of the Corinth-Shiloh Volunteer Fire Department, was airlifted to Greenville Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to S.C. Highway Patrol Trooper Joe Hovis.
Willie: This is in response to the person that had contacted you about questioning the service of Jerry Dyar to our county
Seneca City Council is expected to vote Tuesday night on a short-term rental ordinance.
Fall is officially only days away, but it seems as though someone forgot to remind Mother Nature to cool us off and give us some desperately needed rainfall.
The producer of the Walt Disney Pictures movie inspired by a former Clemson University football player says a scene shot during tonight’s football game will be used at the end of the movie, which is set to be released “in about a year.”
While the weekend is packed with events for alumni and students, Southern Wesleyan University’s annual homecoming has one tasty evening event the entire family can enjoy for free — dessert included.