Articles by Zack Mauldin
Mark Blenner was one of 311 researchers nationwide to win the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. Blenner is an associate professor in the chemical and biomolecular engineering department.
With all of the backlash regarding over-sized, out-of-place, unwanted and marginally constructed student housing projects, you would expect leaders to step up and take action. Instead, all we keep getting — for years now — is the same responses of, “It is out of our hands,” and, “If projects meet our standards, they must be approved.”
A Seneca woman faces two drug charges for allegedly selling drugs to an undercover operative working with the Seneca Police Department.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office and the School District of Oconee County recently concluded their fifth annual leadership camp with a graduation ceremony for its 33 participants earlier this month at the Law Enforcement Center in Walhalla.
A fire at a former rug factory in Cherokee County led to firefighter mobilization across the state of South Carolina, sending some of Oconee’s crew to pitch in during the blaze.
Animals could be prohibited from Jazz on the Alley and other Ram Cat Alley events for the next year if Seneca City Council gives final approval to the measure Tuesday night.
Though he won’t call it a promotion, Oconee County Magistrate Will Derrick’s judicial standing in Oconee County has been elevated by South Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Donald Beatty.
An update on the proposed Dockside development on the site of the former Holiday Inn on Tiger Boulevard is set to be presented to the Clemson Planning Commission on Monday night — with changes.
Mark Monroe Crowe, 47, of Sarahs Dogwood Lane, is charged with abuse or neglect of an adult resulting in death, possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine and introduction of contraband to a jail.
The new Miss South Carolina Morgan Nichols, a 2015 Clemson University graduate, is the second Miss Clemson with Clemson University ties to be crowned the winner of the state pageant in the past four years.
Our family group text message has been a busy place this week, as the second annual Camp DubbaG takes place at my parents’ house in Kentucky.
I recently interviewed a young man who grew into adulthood at Collins Home.