Articles by Zack Mauldin
We received the opportunity to take the kids to Dollywood during spring break, and they had a blast!
Editor: I respectfully take exception to a recent letter that said “Our children are in peril.”
Fighters, cornermen, coaches and community members came out Thursday afternoon to celebrate the grand opening of a non-contact boxing program that’s hitting back at Parkinson’s disease.
Those in need of a flurry of bluegrass tunes for the weekend don’t need to look any further than Main Street in Westminster on Saturday from 4 p.m. to midnight.
Susan Cohen, a 1981 Clemson grad, was named the chamber’s new president on Thursday. Cohen succeeds David Lane, who was president from August 2012 until January.
OK, I’ll admit it. I was wrong.
An emergency connection and bypass pumps have been installed to end sewer overflows as a result of a flash flood a week ago that damaged a wastewater pump station on Coneross Creek.
While predictions of rain today led officials to postpone Pickens County’s “Team Up and Clean up Anti-Litter Blitz,” Clemson officials are planning to help the county get rid of litter with a litter pickup of its own on Saturday.
Mickey Cox, 51, of Walter Morris Drive, pleaded guilty to two counts of trafficking between 28 and 100 grams of methamphetamine, 10th Circuit Solicitor David Wagner said.
Plans for the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority to finance long-term projects to free up about $7.6 million in reserve funds to give back to its three member cities for infrastructure work still lack the vote of one city council.
Plans for the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority (OJRSA) to return nearly $8 million to its member cities have been effectively put on hold indefinitely — filibustered, if you will.
Duke Energy has made a bid for Santee Cooper, a state-owned utility with billions of dollars in debt.