Articles by Zack Mauldin
Seneca police arrested 47-year-old Markus Vandel Walters, of Gammell Street, Monday on charges of giving police false information, possessing a stolen motorcycle with a value more than $10,000 and distribution of methamphetamine.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Foundation presented a $250 check to deputy Chris Johnson on Friday as an extra incentive for his work at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy last month, but the money won’t stay in his hands long.
Walhalla City Council approved final reading of its $3.94 million general fund budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year that includes a 3 percent across-the-board pay increase for employees and no tax increase.
The Oconee County Planning Commission met Monday night, debuting a new look in council chambers as the county begins to improve its audio-visual system.
For the first time in several months, Clemson City Council heard an update on plans for the 354-acre Pacolet-Milliken project, featuring 1,600 housing units along U.S. Highway 76 and Old Stone Church Road.
School District of Oconee County superintendent Michael Thorsland received a hefty pay bump and a two-year contract extension from school board trustees as part of his annual evaluation, officials announced Monday night.
While Seneca residents don’t have access to 5G wireless service in the city yet, a Seneca Planning Commission vote Monday began to pave the way for the technology when it arrives.
A suspect was still being sought Monday afternoon in the armed robbery of a Clemson gas station early Monday morning, following two other armed robberies in the city over the weekend.
Hundreds of people lined the parade route Monday to welcome military “warriors” who are set for a week packed with outdoor activities and relaxation at Keowee Key.
Clemson University’s indoor pool at Fike Recreation Center is set to be closed “temporarily” while officials prepare to conduct safety and feasibility studies.
William Clayton Roach, 34, of Dunn Roamin Ranch Roach in Westminster, is charged with one count of distribution of methamphetamine.
Jason Randall Mauldin, 35, of Old Georgia Road, is charged with second-degree domestic violence.