Articles by Zack Mauldin
After much back-and-forth in previous months over the costs of Sewer South and its Phase 2 expansion, Oconee County Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to spend no more than $183,900 on engineering.
After nearly five months out of service, the collapsed stretch of U.S. Highway 123 near Westminster reopened Tuesday night.
The University of South Carolina Board of Trustees is set to meet Friday to select the university’s new president.
Editor: President Trump and you in the Senate have been looking for a way to get the votes of whites and suburban women.
Willie: Your paper had a piece on how proud it was of the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team being world champions.
The Chattooga Conservancy will host its annual “Stay Wild” celebration and fundraiser on Friday, July 26, at Chattooga Belle Farm.
I was a family caregiver for two senior family members and a friend.
The Clemson University Division of Research and Prisma Health are set to fund up to $200,000 a year in grants in a partnership announced this week.
Oconee County Council unanimously voted to add a sheriff’s deputy to the payroll Tuesday night, an effort to increase security measures at the county’s Pine Street offices.
Rick Cotton has spent 23 years as Clemson city administrator and Clemson City Council took action Monday night to assure he will remain on the job for at least another three years.
Walhalla City Council’s utilities committee is scheduled to discuss a proposal to raise the limits on utility bill balances before water service is disconnected at a meeting next month.
Willie: OK, so I go to the convenience center and the sign says the plastics are full and cannot accept any more at present.