Articles by Zack Mauldin
Walhalla Performing Arts Center director Mark Thompson said the two upcoming acts featuring Rodney Atkins and The Oak Ridge Boys could be the biggest weekend lineup to date for the venue.
It’s complicated. It doesn’t seem like it should be, but it is.
The city of Seneca has two versions of its short-term rental ordinance currently before council. Below are the similarities and differences between the two options.
September weather in the Upstate has been marked by two things so far — extreme heat and extreme dryness.
A foggy light bar, smudged partition and the faint outline of the former decals won’t stop the law enforcement students at the Hamilton Career Center from using a new-to-them Ford Crown Victoria for education and training this year.
Gloria Tinubu, one of two Democrats with sights set on Graham’s seat in 2020, is the guest speaker for the Pickens County Democratic Party’s September meeting.
Westminster City Council cleaned up the language of an ordinance dealing with the city’s collection of certain garbage items this week.
Seneca city officials are applying for a $500,000 federal grant that will allow them to demolish the dilapidated former Kellett Elementary School building and turn the property into green space for recreational use.
A local American Legion post and Home Depot recently partnered to collect 14 boxes of canned goods and non-perishables for the elderly community.
When he was elected to the Oconee County School Board in 1984, Bennie Cunningham Sr. became the first African-American to serve on the board.
Jerica Lee Elrod, 20, of Radisson Road, is charged with furnishing contraband, possession of heroin with the intent to distribute, possession of meth with the intent to distribute and possession of a schedule V controlled substance.
Kevin Lopez, of Randolph Street in Greenville, died at the Twelve Mile Recreation Area near Clemson on Saturday, according to Pickens County Coroner Kandy Kelley.