Articles by Zack Mauldin
Clemson City Councilman Mark Cato is concerned about improving pedestrian safety in local neighborhoods and has put those concerns into action, even if his proposal was not greeted enthusiastically by the entire council.
Why do scientists cling to Darwin’s theory of evolution in spite of the overwhelming evidence we have today that its tenets don’t hold up under serious scrutiny?
A date for a new HVAC unit to be installed at the Salem library hasn’t been pinned down yet, but an official said it could come before the end of the summer.
Oconee County Public Library officials are leading an event today to celebrate the success of the 2019 summer reading program.
A pilot program for some Pickens County middle school students to take part in career and technology opportunities is being offered during the upcoming school year.
Cheslie Kryst said she was inspired to enter pageants by her mother.
Amtrak will resume daily service to Clemson next week after a three-year absence.
Principals of the three high schools in Oconee County recently told school board trustees the longstanding policy of allowing students to exempt exams if they are eligible may be doing more harm than good when they enter college.
Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis said the 32-year-old Seneca man died after a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Singing Pines Road and Import Drive at around 2:45 p.m.
After the long-awaited removal of six tanks at a former gas station on Main Street on Thursday, Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe said the next step is to test the soil underneath.
Eligible veterans will now have another chance to be part of the nation’s oldest veterans organization at a new post in Oconee County.
When Clemson City Council approved funds last month for the Central-Clemson Recreation Center’s third gymnasium and parking lot expansion, council also announced plans to meet with officials from the Arts Center and Clemson African-American Museum to discuss those projects.