Articles by Zack Mauldin
The Oconee County Public Library collected more than 1,170 pairs of socks in March, distributing them to four organizations.
Westminster code enforcement officer Daniel Fletcher continues to work in his effort to improve the look of the city, removing unfit and unsafe buildings, abandoned vehicles and even dealing with minor code violations like pigs and peacocks in the city.
Oconee County high school seniors recently had a chance to explore different career fields and talk with people in those fields at a job fair held at the Hamilton Career Center in partnership with Oconee Economic Alliance.
Central Town Council recently approved first reading of its general fund fiscal year 2020 budget of a little more than $2 million with projected revenues only slightly more than this year’s budget and no tax increase.
Clemson City Council approved first reading of a text amendment allowing preschools and church fellowships as permitted uses in commercial districts with some slight changes on Monday.
When Richard Sterban joined the Oak Ridge Boys in 1972, he had no idea the band would still be going strong 47 years later.
I feel like some of y’all owe me an apology. I have been nothing if not candid in the column during the past 17 or so months, and I think it’s about time we had a chat about reciprocation.
Tamassee DAR School has long been referred to as “the Place of the Sunlight of God.
Willie: You can usually tell who your friends were by the ones attending your funeral.
Taylor Earl Howard, of Grey Court, is charged with first-degree domestic violence and third-degree assault and battery.
Editor: U.S. Rep Jeff Duncan said at the April 13 Oconee County GOP convention (discussing the Paris Climate Accords) “we’re going to punish the United States and allow the three largest polluters to go unchecked and unfettered polluting the planet. That’s just wrong.”
Members of the Chinese Christian Church at Clemson are set to move a step closer to the dream of having their own church building on Easter Sunday.