Articles by Zack Mauldin
The Carolina Foothills Heritage Fair is right around the corner!
Some of you that read this article may already be aware of the Final Rule and the possible impact it could have on the Tribble Center and other service providers across the state.
In my July and August columns, I discussed the secret power of reading books aloud to children.
Willie: Being in the car business myself, I couldn’t help but notice Edwards Ford and Scenic Chevrolet haven’t advertised in your paper over the past several months.
Students and fans of Clemson University’s football team have a unique opportunity over the next nine days to be part of a major motion picture inspired by one of the school’s former players.
A Clemson University student suffered three gashes to his leg after he jumped off a boat into Lake Keowee and had his leg caught in a prop on Friday evening.
West Union Mayor Linda Oliver said Thursday she doesn’t expect local residents to oppose raises for town officials recently approved by town council and set to take effect after this year’s election.
A letter from an attorney to residents of a Seneca neighborhood this week suggests those who signed to change their covenants to restrict short-term rentals could face “potential liability” personally if legal action is taken against them.
A pending upgrade to Westminster’s water plant could save the city the cost of the project in energy savings in less than 10 years.
While Oconee County’s fiscal year budget has been set in place for a while, it may get a slight adjustment this month after the auditor presents the recommended millage at Tuesday’s county council meeting.
Willie: A student at Seneca High School, a varsity cheerleader, was recently caught with tobacco paraphernalia (a Juul pod) in her vehicle on campus.
Admittedly, I have a few toddleresque moments in my pseudo-adult life.