Articles by Zack Mauldin
By a 6-2 vote Monday night, the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority reversed a decision from July and approved a plan to return about $4.8 million to its three member cities.
The husband of a cyclist who was hit by a truck on Friday said his wife had her leg amputated — and a college nursing student at the scene of the accident saved her life.
Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe said he expects the town’s sanitation budget to improve, but plans to continue looking at why the town isn’t selling as much water as it once did.
Clemson will host its summer graduation ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Friday at Littlejohn Coliseum.
A town hall presentation to the Walhalla Planning Commission for a property rezoning was postponed again on Monday.
Few things can compare to summer in South Carolina. One of my personal favorites this time of year is having just a bit more time to spend with friends and family, catching up and making some memories while the legislature is adjourned.
Editor: I am astounded at a Saturday letter writer’s negative take on Greenville’s 1960 anti-segregation sit-ins at the whites-only Greenville County Public Library and at the Woolworth’s lunch counter.
Trenton Michael Thomas, 22, is charged with conspiracy to traffic cocaine greater than 400 grams, five counts of distribution of crack cocaine and distribution of marijuana.
Garrett Robert Thomas Lamonte, of Clearwater, Fla., is charged with second-degree assault and battery by a mob, grand larceny with a value of more than $10,000 and first-degree burglary.
Ken Roper has served as Pickens County Council attorney for more than 15 years, but he is now embarking on a new role with the county
Local agent in charge Heather Barker said two people were arrested in Oconee County, including one who turned himself in, from a list of 10 wanted offenders
Ronzeal Domze Earle, 34, of Bill N Mona Drive, is charged with six counts of shoplifting and two county of forgery.