Articles by Zack Mauldin
West Union officials plans to show appreciation to the town’s seven employees with an annual event each June, as town council approved an Employee Appreciation Day at its meeting Tuesday night.
Westminster is moving closer to a curfew for children and teens inside city limits.
Editor: There are not many soybean farmers in the Piedmont region of the Upstate, but there are lots of folks who shop at Walmart, Target, Lowe’s and Home Depot. Why make this comparison, you say?
Editor: Before we allow another unwanted, over-sized, code-minimum, mid-rise student housing project to be constructed in downtown Clemson, I would like to open the discussion of a possible private-public partnership that could transform this area into a community centerpiece.
With the recent release of the 2017 agriculture census numbers, the Oconee County Agricultural Advisory Board discussed the best ways to get that information out to the public — and fellow farmers.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety and South Carolina Highway Patrol are launching a seatbelt campaign today ahead of the “100 Deadly Days of Summer.”
Seneca City Council is scheduled to discuss the possibility of prohibiting dogs and other pets at city-sponsored events at its meeting tonight.
Editor: You are reading the “Opinion” page. A Google search shows the definition as being “a view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.”
Sarah Kathleen Holbrooks, 33, of Westminster, faces one count of distribution of methamphetamine and multiple traffic violations. Marc Patrick Honea, 36, of Seneca, was charged with possession of marijuana and ticketed for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Cainnan Alan Black, 22, of West Pine Grove Road in Fair Play is charged with two counts of possession of a sawed-off shotgun, driving under suspension and having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle.
While debate swirled on rate proposals in a recent budget workshop, Westminster officials unanimously agree that city employees should get a pay raise.
Willie: Well, Willie, all this hugging and the kissing are fine, but it’s according on whom you’re hugging.
The Compassionate Friends is a well-known organization and support group for families who have lost a child.
When Mark Thompson became director of the Walhalla Performing Arts Center in July 2017, he believed the center had potential for growth in the type of performers and the people who came see the shows.