Articles by Zack Mauldin
Walhalla water customers will have an additional 10 days to pay their bill this month without penalty after action this week by city council.
“If you build it, he will come.”
In The Journal, Westminster’s city administrators can’t afford enough police officers to provide adequate security protection for its citizens, yet it can invest $200,000 for an approved purchase of property that will require a very long and added unnecessary expense for a yet-to-be-determined recreation facility — a benefit for the citizens that may never come to fruition.
The school districts of Oconee and Pickens counties exceeded the state average in their on-time graduation rate as part of the 2018 report cards released early this month by the South Carolina Department of Education.
Willie says: Ol’ Willie can always count on my many friends out there to keep me on the straight and narrow with my answers.
Use our calendar to make your holiday plans.
An event at the Hanover House will take visitors back in time to the Christmas celebrations of the past.
For most of us, memories of Christmas morning are filled with wide-eyed, happy children running excitedly to find gifts waiting for them underneath the Christmas tree.
With less than two weeks to go before the deadline, more than 500 children in the Christmas for Kids program still need help in order to have toys on Christmas morning.
Bryan A. Powell, 40, of Whippoorwill Road, was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, according to an arrest warrant.
When the Tribble Center staff started its daily pickup routine on Monday morning, three catalytic converters were missing from its fleet after vandals did nearly $2,000 in damage.
Pickens County Councilman Trey Whitehurst disputes the time S.C. Department of Transportation officials said it will take to repair a road that has been closed since mid-November due to a pipe collapse.
Walhalla Interim Police Chief Paul Harris will be the last of six applicants interviewed for the city’s vacant police chief position.
Oconee County Council unanimously passed three ordinances at its Tuesday night meeting, approving a fee-in-lieu-of tax agreement for Project Echo and the development of a jointly owned industrial park with Pickens County.