Articles by Zack Mauldin
Faith Nicole Guynn, 24, is charged with third-degree assault and battery and three counts of unlawful neglect of a child or helpless person.
Pickens County residents have extra time to gather items they’d like to see included in a time capsule that will be buried next month.
State Sen. Thomas Alexander says the South Carolina Department of Transportation is making progress on improving the state’s roads.
The new Pickens County jail currently being built is on track to be completed early and under budget.
Although it will be several years before a new Seneca Middle School becomes reality, School District of Oconee County superintendent Michael Thorsland already knows what he wants to do with the existing building once it is no longer needed.
The Walhalla Fire Department’s fire protection rating from the Insurance Services Office has improved from a Class 3 to a Class 2/2x.
Jarrett Matthew Moore, of Jerrys Drive, is charged with first-degree domestic violence and malicious injury to personal property after a Nov. 19 incident. A circuit court judge will set his bond at a later date.
Zackary Edwin Sterling Fiskeaux, 30, of Blueberry Hill Road, is charged with first-degree domestic violence, kidnapping, possession of methamphetamine, failure to stop for blue lights, reckless driving, driving under suspension, driving without insurance and having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle.
Editor: As a “global warming agnostic,” I am responding to a recent letter.
A 21-month-old boy died Tuesday evening after he was run over by a pickup truck driven by his father near their Mountain Rest home, according to Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis.
No one was injured in a fire that destroyed a mobile home Tuesday afternoon, according to Walhalla Fire Chief Brandon Burton.
Willie: I didn’t win the recent lottery, but I’m glad someone in South Carolina did.
Clemson city administrator Rick Cotton hopes to coordinate a meeting next month between South Carolina Department of Transportation officials and Tiger Boulevard business owners potentially impacted by a concrete median proposed by the state.
A Mega Millions lottery ticket worth $1.5 billion sold in South Carolina is not only a big win for the buyer — it’s a big win for the state, according to State Sen. Thomas Alexander.