Articles by Zack Mauldin
Nov. 9, 2019, marks the Tribble Center Special Needs Foundation’s second annual BBQ. The event will be held from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
In one week, a town with an unofficial population of around 200 will explode due to an influx of 50,000 people.
It is finally here … the long awaited, highly anticipated fall has graced us with its presence!
Investigators are continuing work to determine the cause of two fires in recent weeks at homes under construction in different neighborhoods on Lake Keowee.
Local students and residents gathered Wednesday morning at a Clemson coffeehouse to enjoy a cup of java or flavored brew and talk issues with law enforcement as part of national Coffee with a Cop Day.
Council narrowly approved a recommendation to have a law enforcement presence at each city council, board and commission meeting, which began at the Clemson Board of Architectural Review meeting earlier this week.
Back in 2015, I wrote about the SETI Institute’s ongoing search for extraterrestrial life and intelligence.
Drivers have been dodging that steel plate covering a hole on U.S. Highway 123 South for months.
Editor: A letter published Thursday says it is time to reopen the debate about the validity and urgency of human-caused global warming because a “seminal paper” from 1998 is now being called into doubt.
William Gentry Watkins, 39, of Martin Street in Westminster, has been charged with armed robbery, petit larceny, impersonating a police officer and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.
More than 200 Clemson Elementary students and siblings, accompanied by parents, walked or rode bicycles, skateboards or scooters to school Friday morning.
A professor of electrical and computer engineering at Clemson University is working to build a better internet with a $20 million project funded by the National Science Foundation.