Articles by Zack Mauldin
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Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook says his communication with Clemson University president Jim Clements is improving.
Members of Clemson’s Joint City-University Advisory Board talked at a recent meeting about structural changes to the organization to make it more effective.
Some Clemson residents say a 65-foot-high mixed-use development proposed on College Avenue is another example of the dramatic change in the character of the downtown area.
Pioneer Rural Water District has one final hoop to clear today before having its new $22 million water plant fully ready to serve customers by next week.
Your loved one may be a budding “Grandma Moses.”
Kelsie Travan McMullen, 37, pleaded guilty to armed robbery, first-degree burglary and possession of a weapon during a violent crime, according to a news release from the 13th Judicial Circuit Court.
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A maintenance worker was flown to a Greenville hospital after he fell through a ceiling and sustained “traumatic injuries” on Wednesday afternoon, according to an Oconee County emergency official.
One person was injured and more than a dozen people were displaced after a mobile home fire Wednesday morning was sparked by a child with a lighter.
Elijah Tahir Thomas, of Greer, has been charged with armed robbery and has other charges pending, according to a police department news release.
Authorities are expected to continue their search today through kudzu and underbrush along a portion of Martin Creek after human remains were discovered in the area on two different days this week.