Articles by Zack Mauldin
Downtown improvements will be a priority for the Seneca Improvements Corporation for the 2019-20 fiscal year.
The Rev. Rondey Bolden, pastor of Richland Baptist Church and moderator of the Seneca River Baptist Association, had planned to fly Monday to Haiti to deliver 925 dresses.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office charged Dennis Andrew Dobson, 35, of Callaham Road, with one count of grand larceny.
Members of the Seneca Facilities Corporation are making plans to refinance a loan for its 475,000-square-foot Seneca Industrial Facility to make about $1 million in improvements to the building and surrounding property.
Megan Danielle Holman, 25, of Playground Road, was charged with public drunkenness by the Walhalla Police Department on Monday.
Editor: Several weeks ago, one of our uninvited out-of-town guests complained about South Carolina and Seneca, especially, for recognizing the sacrifices of thousands of our ancestors who sought their freedom.
Editor: This note is in response to Doug LeCroy’s column titled “They will never be satisfied.”
There are numerous forms of violence that affect youth in our community, and local groups are coming together to host a free concert tonight to help raise awareness.
Use our calendar to make your weekend plans!
No one is prepared to take care of a spouse or parent who has become seriously ill.
Willie: A while ago, you ran a letter talking about a man in Walhalla who is an alcoholic and is known to the public.
Two Seneca men who left the Oconee County Regional Airport early Wednesday morning were killed hours later when their single-engine plane crashed into a Florida lake.