Articles by Zack Mauldin
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The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office was among 15 agencies recently recognized by Gov. Henry McMaster for saving lives “through their officers’ administration of Narcan,” according to a statement from the governor’s office.
Tuesday marked National Voter Registration Day, and one area resident offered an informational table at the Seneca branch of the Oconee County Public Library System to make the most of the occasion.
Sunday marked the start of National Rail Safety Week, and members of the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office monitored railroad crossings a little more closely Tuesday as part of Operation Clear Track.
Pickens County Council members are frustrated over what they say is a lack of data about accommodations tax allocations and returns on investment.
Why hasn’t someone or more honest House members or Senators stepped up and voiced what many of us already think and what some actually think and what some actually know and that is — one or more unscrupulous Democrats shopped for and found some people in Judge Kavanaugh’s past who could and would accuse the judge of sexual assault.
The number of parks in the city of Clemson will soon increase by one under a memorandum of understanding city council approved with Pacolet-Milliken Enterprises (PME) last week.
A three-page memorandum of understanding between Pacolet Milliken and the city of Clemson for construction of a new city park lists responsibilities for each party.
Five years after area residents were excited about its filming and reports of Burt Reynolds sightings, “Elbow Grease” is finally coming to Seneca for a one-time premier showing.
Local legislators said they are optimistic a merger between Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health will be good for Oconee Memorial Hospital and local patients.
Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health officials announced Tuesday they are uniting under a new brand and a new name.
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Oconee County’s agricultural support was on display Monday night at the site of the Foothills Agriculture Resource and Marketing (FARM) Center.