Articles by Zack Mauldin
A dream that began through the Electric City Sertoma Club of Anderson to operate a summer camp serving underprivileged or speech- or hearing-impaired children throughout the state remains alive and well 50 years later.
Willie: I save Christmas and all-occasion cards I get from friends.
The results of a hunger study throughout Pickens County, first announced last June, will finally be announced by the United Way of Pickens County and Clemson University at a special meeting early next month.
Starting this year, all Oconee County students will start school the second Monday of August as a result of unanimous approval given by school board trustees on Tuesday night.
The School District of Oconee County on Tuesday said it has been informed by DHEC that a case of whooping cough has been identified at Seneca High School.
After a year of work by staff and the planning commission, two county councilmen voted against adopting the Oconee County 2020 Comprehensive Plan on Tuesday night, though the motion passed with three votes.
After months of discussion, Walhalla City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to lower the city’s $65 utility bill non-payment fee to $35.
Additional data on Westminster’s two water rate increases has led city council to delay a third and final scheduled rate hike indefinitely.