Articles by Zack Mauldin
About 35 people gathered to clean up the former Utica mill on Thursday, led by a local vacation Bible school and a church group from Pennsylvania.
Members of the Seneca Improvements Corporation board unanimously approved a grant Wednesday to help a business with the renovation of its property, but denied two other grant applications and gave those applicants a chance to reapply when they have more information that would improve their standing.
Hannah Yvonne Taylor, of Ames Street, is charged with one count of unlawful neglect of a child.
It may have been 81 degrees on a late July evening on Ram Cat Alley, but a Christmas tree, a tent with charity raffles and a snowman reminded those attending Jazz on the Alley Thursday it was only 153 days until Christmas.
The bathrooms at Westminster’s Anderson Park were closed for repair Thursday after they were vandalized.
Members of the Oconee County Legislative Delegation, charged with finding a new Tri-County Technical College Commission member, have recommended retired Schneider Electric plant manager and Tech Foundation board member Larry Smith.
Willie: The Journal is a fine local newspaper, but where was the sports editor in a recent paper?
It was as if Mother Nature knew the summer program at Tamassee DAR School was coming to an end, because the heat wave broke as the last week of summer fun came to a close.
After moving to Seneca from Sarasota, Fla., five years ago, Diane DeMont felt the urge to bring a hobby up with her to Oconee County.
As I’m sure you’ve read in the monthly stories we’ve recently run, our subscription rates at The Journal have increased lately.
Water was restored Thursday afternoon to close to 1,000 people who were without water for almost 24 hours after a water main break in Salem on Wednesday night.
Work is set to begin soon on $150,000 in design improvements at Clemson University’s wastewater treatment plant.