Articles by Zack Mauldin
A 19-year-old man is being charged with third-degree assault and battery for allegedly roughing up his 16-year-old girlfriend.
High school students in Oconee County who exceed the number of absences allowed in order to exempt exams may get a reprieve in certain cases.
His city’s representation on the Oconee County Capital Projects Sales Tax Advisory Commission is in jeopardy unless Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander finds someone to replace his original pick by Tuesday.
Gene Keel remembers when his mom came home from work in 1960 and announced the old Pendleton High School was being bulldozed by the construction company she worked for — and some of the school library’s old books would be sitting in the rubble.
Kathy Veverka was a 6-year-old girl growing up in Michigan the first time she received some clay from her father.
A Newberry County firm has been confirmed as the low bidder for the Sewer South project, and Oconee County officials said Friday the bid will be presented to County Council for approval Tuesday night.
The ownership group of the Sanctuary Pointe tourist destination project in Oconee County is in the process of recruiting a hotel investor.
School District of Oconee County Superintendent Mike Lucas wrote in his blog Friday morning he is on the mend and taking small steps while recovering from heart valve replacement last week.
The arrival of Seneca’s fleet of four electric buses is being delayed to the end of the year.
Tenth Circuit Solicitor Chrissy Adams said a recording in which James Richard Bartee Jr. calls a retired judge “a weasel” and tells an informant “I will let you loose when it’s time” was key evidence in Bartee’s trial and “spoke for itself” to the jury that convicted Bartee Tuesday.
While Clemson University President James F. Barker is returning to the classroom, money is being donated to a fund established in his name to help undergraduate students pay for college.
Oconee County’s official millage rate for the 2013 tax year will include a 2-mil increase over a year ago — 1 mil less than the 3-mil increase estimated by county officials in the formation of the 2014 fiscal year budget earlier this year.
At their meeting Tuesday night, Pendleton town council members voted unanimously to take down a dead elm tree located on the Village Green downtown.
While the second day of the trial of James Richard Bartee included a motion for a mistrial by the defense attorney and a witness saying he didn’t want to see his friend “railroaded,” the focus Wednesday centered on the man who said Bartee tried to hire him to kidnap a judge.