Articles by Zack Mauldin
More than 1,300 athletes from elementary, middle and high schools, as well as adult programs in the area, will compete during Special Olympics events this week at Southern Wesleyan University and Clemson University.
The first-ever Street Fest, the biggest project to date of the Westminster Public Relations Committee, is set to kick off next week in Westminster.
New “smart meters” being installed by Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative will provide new advantages, such as reporting an outage even if residents aren’t home and helping customers figure out how to save on power use.
Economic development announcements that create thousands of new jobs are on the decline nationwide, but the changing landscape can provide opportunities, Upstate Alliance president John Lummus told Pickens County Council at a meeting earlier this month.
After a recent department bulletin noting outstanding warrants, authorities said an Oconee County sheriff’s deputy recognized a wanted man on Saturday evening, leading to drug charges in addition to a sex offender registry violation and electronic device damage charges.
A Simpsonville real estate developer is planning to build residential housing, a strip mall and mini-storage facility on almost 90 acres of property on Frontage Road in Seneca.
Oconee County Council will get its first look at budget proposals for the county and School District of Oconee County at a meeting tonight.
The members of the Walhalla High School School Improvement Council can truly say they are the best in the Palmetto State after winning South Carolina’s highest award in a ceremony held in Columbia.
Lane closures on S.C. Highway 93 near Clemson University, scheduled to begin today, won’t take place for a few days due to rainy weather conditions in the area Sunday.
After School District of Oconee County superintendent Michael Thorsland repeated his assertion Monday night that the proposed Armed School Alliance Program is not a replacement for school resource officers, local residents expressed their concerns with the plan.
Editor: The Oconee County Democratic Party appreciates Greg Oliver’s thoughtful article in Saturday’s issue of The Journal, “Email to school employees refuted.”
With the door propped open and music lazily floating through the store, the balmy atmosphere inside Casual Carolina lives up to its laid-back name.