Articles by Zack Mauldin
Although Salem was turned down for a grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to build a water line extension, a town official says he plans to attend the next Oconee County Council meeting to see if there are other options for the water line.
A boil-water advisory in place for around 300 Westminster water system customers since a road collapse over the weekend could be lifted today.
Rosa Clark Medical Clinic began operations 37 years ago in Walhalla, and officials are working to secure grants, one of which if approved could return a full-time clinic to the city next year.
When some students walk out of their school’s doors on Friday afternoon, they don’t know where their next meal will come from. After a week of breakfasts and lunches at school, dinner that night can be a big question mark.
Michelle says I am addicted to caffeine, but I think it’s more likely caffeine is addicted to me.
At least 175 people are expected to be swimming, biking and running through different parts of Oconee County in the Oconee Man and Woman Triathlon on Sunday.
Community members, area businesses and local churches are helping make an emergency homeless shelter in Pickens County a reality.
The final paving schedule for work taking place near Clemson University has been released, with paving already underway and set to continue in some areas until late next month.
The Tucker Hipps Transparency Act is closer to becoming law.
The town of Salem’s plan for a proposed water line extension has hit a roadblock after the U.S. Economic Development Administration turned down the town’s application for a grant to help fund the project.
Oconee County School Board chairman Jerry Lee said Tuesday the board’s unanimous vote to ask Oconee County Council for a 1-mill tax increase in next year’s budget is “simply to reduce the deficit.”
The first few months of the year have proven to be extremely busy in the S.C. House of Representatives.