Articles by Zack Mauldin
A new neighborhood will be constructed Friday night.
School district officials in Oconee and Pickens counties expect some teachers to miss school Wednesday to participate in a statewide walkout day in Columbia, and they have no problem with those who choose to do so.
Landslides from recent rainfall have caused a section of the Jocassee Gorges to be closed until further notice.
Central and Pickens County officials are looking for job opportunities for employees at Shaw Industries, which is set to close at the end of June, but also want to look at future plans for the plant itself.
Multiple organizations are talking trash today as their members volunteer to collect roadside litter throughout the county as part of the third annual Great Oconee Cleanup.
Clemson University president Jim Clements told the board of trustees Friday afternoon the school’s financial and academic strength continues to grow, with degrees providing financial advantages to alumni years after graduation.
A reported domestic disturbance ended with two Walhalla residents facing drug charges Wednesday night.
There’s an old saying that you’ve got to spend money to make money.
Eureka! A flash of enlightenment.
The memory of a 22-month-old girl who died nearly two years ago will live on for family and friends, but also for the Foothills Alliance of Oconee County.
When he signed his first contract as Clemson’s head coach, Dabo Swinney inked a deal that paid him $800,000 per year — the lowest figure in the ACC.
When Seneca officials first considered buying a 475,000-square-foot building off Shiloh Road, they knew it was at best a work in progress.