Articles by Zack Mauldin
The Oconee County Council doesn’t need to be involved with U.S. Highway 123 between Seneca and Clemson.
The Clemson University Police Department is investigating a report of sexual assault inside a bathroom in the school’s library last week.
This fall, 6,194 students enrolled, according to Jenni Creamer, assistant vice president for college transitions.
With a background in medical research, Alison Springs didn’t take a traditional route to opening a retail store in Seneca featuring unique gift items.
A new $295,000 trash truck designed to pick up, dump and grind trash more compactly and cut time on routes is scheduled to begin routes in Seneca on Wednesday.
The Oconee County Planning Commission tackled the final part of the county comprehensive plan Monday night and, barring a few adjustments to the future land use map and verbiage, is ready to send it to the full council.
In an effort to bring the salary of police officers to a level competitive with neighboring law enforcement agencies, Clemson City Council unanimously approved a one-time salary adjustment during its meeting Monday night.
Judy Caywood is one of the organizing members of the Westminster Senior Outreach group aiming to visit those in a local nursing home and organize community outings.
Willie: I see you’re investigating scams, and here’s one I received in the mail.
WALHALLA, S.C. — Rev. James Maurice Alexander, 90, husband of the late Jane Marcengill Alexander, of 319 Austin Edwards Road, passed away Sunday, Oct. 6, at Cottingham Hospice House.
Joseph Eugene Willoughby, 33, is charged with possession of heroin with the intent to distribute. He was in custody at the Oconee County Detention Center on a $40,000 surety bond at press time Friday.
Willie: Regarding the lengthy screed about development vs. the “already here” people: Surprise! Nobody in government or commerce speaks for residents.