Articles by Zack Mauldin
Walhalla City Council is talking about changes to its tough-on-the-customer water billing system.
Editor: After reading the school start date editorial in The Journal (“School start date should be local decision,” Sept. 12, page A4), I just want to say that high school students have summer jobs here in Oconee County, just like the ones in Charleston do.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help identifying a man investigators say used a stolen credit card at a Bountyland ATM last month.
Richard George Wright, of East Tamassee Drive, is charged with second-degree domestic violence.
Editor: Take this quiz to help you decide which party is the best choice for the country in the 2020 election. Choose A or B:
Editor: I would like to think that the editors who review letters to the editor give each letter a thorough read.
Editor: The biggest deception from this president yet is that he does not believe in climate change.
In their visits to schools across the state, Clemson author and illustrator Kate Salley Palmer and her husband, Jim, often heard the same concerns about the lack of an accurate book on Native American history, particularly in South Carolina.
Those traveling through Seneca on Wednesday may have noticed a large American flag hanging from the Seneca Fire Department’s ladder truck near a busy intersection.
An amendment that bans tobacco use at the more than a dozen Clemson parks and recreation facilities is set for second and final reading Monday night.
As they climbed the steps on the home side of the West-Oak High School football stadium Wednesday, local firefighters, police, sheriff’s deputies and others remembered the first responders on Sept. 11, 2001, who climbed an estimated 1,980 steps in the World Trade Center’s twin towers to save lives.
Seneca City Council approved final reading of an amended ordinance this week that could prepare the city to accommodate the technology for 5G wireless service when it comes to the city.