Articles by Zack Mauldin
A white man entered the store on Dec. 10 wearing jeans, a black jacket and a gray long-sleeved shirt, according to an OCSO news release.
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Though the cast has been lined up for months, rehearsals for the Clemson Little Theatre’s latest show just started this month — and the ladies on stage are ready for a roller coaster.
Oconee County School Board trustees tabled a vote Tuesday night to revise the district’s existing tests and examinations exemption policy that would require high school students, except for seniors, to take cumulative exams at the end of each course.
Gas prices dropped earlier this week as gasoline stocks grew, coinciding with colder weather across the Carolinas.
Work is expected to start in the next few weeks to address an ongoing flooding issue at an intersection in Walhalla.
One person was taken to the hospital after their car swiped the front porch of a Seneca home on Wednesday.