Articles by Zack Mauldin
Seneca city administrator Greg Dietterick confirmed on Monday the city of Seneca will not appeal a recent decision by Judge R. Lawton McIntosh to deny a request for an injunction against a local water district’s construction of a $21 million water treatment plant.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of a West-Oak High School student injured in a 2015 automobile accident alleges the School District of Oconee County was “grossly negligent” in the care of the student at the school after the accident.
Head on over to a genealogy basics course, hosted by the Salem Library at the Salem Community Center today, Nov. 14, at 2 p.m.
In this day of selfies and drawing attention to ourselves on Facebook, how utterly moving it was to watch and hear the man in Texas who refuses to be a hero.
Willie: I was reading The Journal and think it’s mighty rude.
Walhalla resident Martha Wright used pencil and paper to make an edging of the name of 1st Sgt. Willie Johnson’s, one of more than 58,000 American service members killed in the Vietnam War.
When Tommy Lee Moore drove to Columbia to join the military in 1979, he went alone.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham and U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan vowed to work to “rebuild” the nation’s military Friday at an event honoring the service and sacrifice of Vietnam War veterans.
After last week’s regular and special elections, the city of Westminster will hold its regular city council meeting at a special time Monday.
A young meat cutter for Seneca’s Dixie Home Store stood almost transfixed at the sight of numerous white parachutes unexpectedly floating downward into cotton fields near South Oak Street in the early 1940s.
For Mark Williams, the battle against breast cancer is personal.
For the third consecutive year, Seneca High School JROTC students took part in a community service project honoring those who served in the U.S. military by placing American flags at their grave sites at Oconee Memorial Park.