Articles by Zack Mauldin
They’re not quite a dad band, but Jonathan Cole is prepared to see a lot of dads in the audience tonight in Westminster as he and the other members of Dirty Logic take the stage.
Earlier this year, I had a brief moment of clarity when I almost took in three foster children 3 and under and realized I needed to be more careful about my quick replies of, “yes.”
After several customers received higher-than-normal water bills in West Union, town council took action Tuesday night to credit the accounts of residents who paid too much for their services.
More than a year and a half after a fire broke out at the Oconee County Law Enforcement Center, the burned-out space is still sitting empty.
Before he was arrested in connection with an explosion at the Pickens County Courthouse and possessing other explosives, Michael Lambert Seabrooke was out on bond for a criminal sexual conduct charge involving an underage girl.
Clemson Parks and Recreation director Jay Bennett said installing new lights at Ashley Dearing Park has been high on his priority list.
The city of Westminster has agreed to sell the Pioneer Rural Water District 16 million gallons of water this month.
A man was airlifted to Greenville Memorial Hospital on Wednesday morning after a passerby noticed him lying in the woods near the Utica community.
Alvin Sherriod Anderson, of Franklin, N.C., is charged with one count of trafficking more than 100 grams but less than 200 grams of meth and one count of being a fugitive from justice.
Willie: Just read your entry regarding Oconee County’s auto fleet.
Editor: OK, climate change. Anyone who doesn’t believe in climate change is ill-informed.
There is rarely — if ever — a time when the death of a loved one isn’t difficult.