Articles by Zack Mauldin
After the first two weekends were rained out, the South Carolina Botanical Garden’s spring concert series filled the amphitheater with music Friday night to kick-start a busy weekend.
Spring is here, and our pollinators are hard at work collecting pollen and nectar from the abundance of blooming plants.
My name is Tara Victoria Williams, and I have told my Ripple of One story many times.
The new post commander of the Disabled American Veterans Oconee County chapter said he’s ready to make an impact in the lives of local veterans.
Willie: I’m calling about this Westminster deal. It’s bad when the town has got to beg for everything, but they don’t have to beg for Christmas lights to be like Seneca.
Only a few days remain in the monthlong Clemson Music Festival, but founder and organizer Vince Jackson said the event will go out with a bang, with performances planned this weekend leading up to a concert by Atlanta Rhythm Section on Tuesday night.
Housing developments under construction in Central are visible signs of growth, but with growth have come some changes to the town’s landscape — particularly the clearing of trees.
Walhalla residents are invited to become part of a grassroots effort to get grant funding for improvements at the city park.
A boil-water advisory affecting about 300 Westminster water system customers has been lifted.
A Seneca boat dealership is showing off its new store tonight with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that will even feature three kangaroos.
A plant that has spent nearly a half-century in the Clemson-Central-Norris area is closing its doors by the end of June — affecting 250 employees.
Willie: This Adams family needs to back off the Fair-Oak Youth Center issue.