Articles by Zack Mauldin
With the warmer, balmy air blowing through campus the past couple of days, the children are taking their time wandering from their cottages to the Learning Resource Center, the banquet hall, playground and occasionally making a stop in our offices.
Dr. Disco has an evil plan, and it’s one that goes far beyond the dance floor.
I made a discovery earlier this week that I think would send most women my age into a mild panic.
TyChristian Ladson, 19, and Quinton Maurice Collins, 28, are both charged with murder and attempted robbery with a deadly weapon, Easley Police detective Brandon Liner announced during a news conference Wednesday afternoon.
Richard William Shumsky, of Sugarhill Road, is charged with distribution of methamphetamine, driving under suspension and failure to stop for blue lights after the chase on S.C. Highway 188.
Two women were uninjured after fleeing a vehicle that was stuck on railroad tracks and hit by a train Wednesday evening in Seneca.
In a story on today’s front page, you have the opportunity to read about how Oconee County administrator Amanda Brock and Oconee Economic Alliance director Janet Hartman saved all of us $1.27 million by going the extra mile.
The public has an opportunity Saturday to see a fun, educational musical with a timely message.
Editor: I am a newcomer to South Carolina. I came here to be closer to family members.
Willie: We have two U.S. senators, and I wonder why?
Pickens County officials will break ground on the county’s newest park next week.
A restored plaque containing the names of 21 Walhalla High School students who gave their lives in service to their country in World War II — located at the old Memorial Field for more than 60 years — was officially unveiled at its new home at the high school Wednesday morning.
Last year was a record-breaking year for rainfall in the state of South Carolina, according to preliminary data from the Walhalla State Fish Hatchery.
Preliminary recreational plans for the city of Westminster’s newly purchased Hall Road property have been pooled together by Mayor Brian Ramey’s steering committee.