Chances are Cody Lecroy has not seen the last of Circuit Court Judge Cordell Maddox Jr.
With each passing year the ridiculous nature of the federal No Child Left Behind law becomes more and more apparent.
There are mixed feeling in Walhalla about whether “old” is good.
When does a highway designated as scenic by the federal and state governments cease to live up to its name and lose the title?
Rather than simply hunkering down and trying to wait out the lingering recession, the town of Central is proactively seeking economic development and increased business.
God bless the young people of Utica Baptist Church.
Communication isn’t easy. It requires time, some talent and desire.
Adoption of a tourism action plan (TAP) by Oconee County Council on Tuesday night was a step forward in recognition …
South Carolina is certainly not alone in having backed itself into a funding corner when it comes to using lottery revenues for education.
In the political marketplace, there’s now a run on Obama shares. The left is disappointed with the president. Independents are abandoning him in droves.
There is ground to be moved and ground to make up.
t appears the Oconee County Council will approve selling its interest in a 513-acre Pickens County land parcel Tuesday night.
Nothing good comes from putting people who are mentally ill in jail unless they are serious threats to the public and, even then, justice is rarely served in a cellblock.
Yet another new beginning has been made in Oconee County’s quest to develop a countywide fire protection plan.