Articles by Zack Mauldin
Ten years ago this week, Frances Earle was found dead in her home, a case that has remained unsolved alongside nine other homicides in Oconee County.
Joann D. McCarthy is the most recent name on a list of 10 unsolved deaths in Oconee County.
A Pioneer Rural Water District board member said he believes forming an advisory committee would help improve communication between the water district and its customers.
Stumphouse Park is scheduled to be closed for a second consecutive day today as work continues to repair damage that began Wednesday after a washout on the road going into the park.
Greenfield Industries marked a 10-year partnership with its China-based owner TDC during a ceremony and lunch on Wednesday, celebrating a decade of investment and growth preparing the Oconee-based company for future success.
Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Kevin Davis said a 2014 Kia Forte was found on fire in the driveway of a home on Rochester Highway shortly after 9 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Michael Lambert Seabrooke has also been charged with possession of a firearm not registered to him by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and was denied bond on Wednesday at a federal courthouse in Greenville County.
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Clemson Downs officials have turned to goats to rid themselves of invasive vegetation and make room for native plant material.
The Westminster Police Department now has help enforcing its curfew ordinance for children and teens inside city limits.
The South Carolina Botanical Garden has since grown into a 295-acre garden and natural area open every day of the year and attracting more than 750,000 visitors annually.
Although Clemson residents’ reaction to the Dockside development revisions presented to the city planning commission Monday night were mostly negative, the developer of the project found a silver lining.