Articles by Zack Mauldin
Three public hearings hosted by the Public Service Commission are scheduled in the Upstate this week on a proposed double-digit percentage rate increase from Duke Energy.
Central fire officials say an increasing number of high-rise apartments in the town has increased the need for new and improved fire trucks, but those upgrades won’t come cheap.
Trae Shaquan Earle, 25, of Kimball Lane, was released from the Oconee County Detention Center on a $25,000 surety bond.
Remember the August 2017 solar eclipse that carved a path through South Carolina?
Clemson City Council recently named former councilman Jerry Chapman as its liaison for Clemson Area Transit.
Clemson City Council member Crossie Cox said during Friday’s annual council retreat one of the biggest complaints she hears from downtown business owners is the lack of available parking downtown.
The Clemson Planning Commission approved a master plan for a new 29-unit residential development during its regular monthly meeting Monday night.
Steven Leroy Aiken, 45, of Pickens, escaped from the prison at 4:05 p.m. Sunday, according to a news release from Chief Deputy Creed Hashe.
Voters in Seneca will go to the polls today in a special election to fill an unexpired term on Seneca City Council vacated by the December resignation of Anthony Herman Smith.
Of the nearly $320,000 in unauthorized raises that were given out under former Oconee County interim administrator Rick Martin, roughly half of it went to the public works departments — the department Martin is currently running.
Decota Castle Brown, 19, who has no fixed address, and Hunter Lee Hunnicutt, 17, of 121 Yellow Jasmine Drive, were both charged with attempted murder and first-degree burglary when they were arrested. Covington said the attempted murder charges would be replaced by murder charges today.
As he thinks about recent changes in his musical career, Mac Powell said he is reminded of the biblical stories of Moses.
Willie: This is about a comment that someone made a week or two ago about how God doesn’t open doors for people that use alcohol.
The Oconee County Parks, Recreation and Tourism Commission recommended a total of $30,000 in local accommodations tax grant recommendations by cutting nearly $22,000 in grant-eligible money for nine organizations for the spring cycle.