Articles by Zack Mauldin
You’ve probably seen the blue and white pinwheels planted in patches all around.
Scott Withrow is a geographer at heart, a historian by profession and a photographer by hobby.
With both parties agreeing that the new fire substation will not be completed or occupied by Clemson University firefighters until early next year, Clemson City Council recently gave unanimous approval to amending its fire service agreement effective July 1.
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SENECA — Due to high winds and frigid temperatures, Seneca city officials canceled Thursday’s Jazz on the Alley. The event will resume as scheduled beginning April 13. Officials apologize for any inconvenience.
As European countries engaged in the most deadly and destructive war the world had ever seen, the United States remained neutral for nearly three years.
In the small Cajun town of Breaux Bridge, La. — also known as the world’s crawfish capital — 3-year-old Hunter Hayes broke into the music scene with his toy accordion.
Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt told reporters recently carbon dioxide is not “a primary contributor” to climate change.
Willie, when will restaurants allow pets to sit at tables and be served as humans are?
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office launched its 16th Operation Infinity drug sweep Wednesday morning and had netted nine arrests by mid-afternoon.
A local state lawmaker hopes to push through 11th-hour legislation reforming the way Pioneer Rural Water District elects its board of directors and further restricting its ability to construct a water treatment plant.
Although Oconee and Pickens County officials spent much of the day Wednesday preparing for predicted severe storms just two days after storms caused heavy damage and power outages in some areas, the afternoon brought mostly rain.
Increased success in the Clemson football program the past several years has resulted in an increase in fans attending the spring football game at Memorial Stadium.