Articles by Zack Mauldin
Sweet and savory might be two great words to describe the meal you ate yesterday, but I hope they also describe the memories you made — and continue to make — this holiday weekend.
A number of first-timers joined seasoned volunteers Thanksgiving morning at Our Daily Bread on Jordan Street in Seneca, deboning turkeys, cooking green beans or boxing food for delivery throughout Oconee County as part of the 28th annual Feed the 5000.
The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control’s latest annual morbidity report shows a heavy spike of seasonal flu cases in Oconee County. The 2018 report released this week provides summaries and graphs of reportable diseases or conditions.
The holidays are coming.For most of us, that means we are wrapping up our holiday shopping or, if you’re like me, you’re just getting started on those Christmas wish lists.
Thor, a new tracking and explosives K-9 working for the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office, was able to help Walhalla police earlier this month track down a suspect in three burglary cases — and find items reportedly taken from three different vehicles.
Mickey Goodine arrived at the Seneca Belk store about 45 minutes before the store opened on Thanksgiving afternoon, hoping to get one of 200 gift cards the store was giving away.
The first of a two-part expansion project at the Central-Clemson Recreation Center is finally underway with the construction of additional parking spaces.
STARR, S.C. — Cecil Furman Price, 75, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 26.