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The Greenville News

Simpsonville, SC, United States

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Past articles by Scott:

Public hearing on annexation set for tonight in Mauldin

After months of discussion in committee meetings and public meetings, the possible annexation of land at the corner of Corn Road and Miller Road is set to be discussed at Monday's Mauldin City Council meeting. → Read More

Furman falls to Louisiana-Lafayette in CIT

Three Louisiana-Lafayette players scored at least 17 points and the Ragin' Cajuns held off Furman 80-72 in the second round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT). → Read More

Fowler's buzzer-beater lifts Furman over La.-Monroe

One month later, Timmons' magic still lives. → Read More

NAACP urges Simpsonville to keep police accreditation

This letter is to urge the Simpsonville City Council to support the Police accreditation. → Read More

Furman set to host Louisiana-Monroe in CIT opener

Furman will participate in a postseason tournament for the first time in five years when the Paladins host Louisiana-Monroe in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) Tuesday at 7 p.m. → Read More

Mauldin's glass recycling is set to end on March 21

Like other municipalities in Greenville County, Mauldin will stop accepting glass in the city's recycling system. → Read More

Woods honored for 30 years of work for Fountain Inn

On the eve of Sandra Woods' final day of a 30-year career with the City of Fountain Inn, she was honored at Thursday's City Council meeting. → Read More

Simpsonville Police could lose accreditation

The clock is ticking on the Simpsonville Police Department remaining accredited. → Read More

Holy Cross pumpkin patch nets $32,000 for 10 nonprofits

Holy Cross Episcopal Church has distributed a total of $32,000 in proceeds from the 2015 Holy Cross Pumpkin Patch. → Read More

ETSU pulls away from Mercer at SoCon Tournament

East Tennessee State's All-Southern Conference duo of Ge'Lawn Guyn and T.J. Cromer combined for 40 points as the second-seeded Buccaneers cruised to a 81-65 win over No. 7 seed Mercer. → Read More

O'Neal captures recipe for success with Nellie T's

In December 2014, Kathy O’Neal decided to market a kitchen creation that had been a favorite of her family and friends for years. → Read More

Paladins happy to break SoCon Tournament tradition

For the first time since 2007, Furman gets the opening day of the Southern Conference Tournament off this year. → Read More

Mauldin citizens concerned about possible annexation

A seven-month old discussion of land being annexed into Mauldin may finally be nearing a resolution. During Tuesday's meeting of Mauldin's City Council's Building Codes Committee, a proposal that would see 12.5 acres at the corner of Corn Road and Miller Road annexed into Mauldin city limits was sent forwarded on to City Council. → Read More

Furman's Croone collects SoCon Player of the Year honor

The Southern Conference's current active leader in career points, assists, steals and free throws, can also be called the best men's basketball player in the league. → Read More

Simpsonville residents seek sidewalks at Davenport Road

Simpsonville residents urge City Council to help get sidewalks installed along Davenport Road → Read More

Steady flow of Democratic voters in Golden Strip

While there were no long lines, a steady flow of voters at Mauldin First Baptist Church and at the Younts Center for Performing Arts in Fountain Inn turned out Saturday morning for the South Carolina Democratic Primary. → Read More

Shortfields restaurant is opening soon in Simpsonville

After three successful years in Travelers Rest, Shortfields restaurant owners are ready to try to enjoy the same success in the southern part of Greenville County. → Read More

Mauldin moves forward with East Butler Corridor Plan

Mauldin City Council has adopted the final report of the East Butler Road Corridor Plan as city officials seek ways to ease traffic on the heavily traveled road. → Read More

Paladins set to begin spring football

For the Furman football team, the first step of tryrebounding off a disappointing 2015 season begins Thursday when the Paladins Furman football will kick off spring practice on Thursday at 5:15 in Paladin Stadium, according to head coach Bruce Fowler → Read More

Simpsonville City Council to meet Tuesday

Simpsonville City Council will meet Tuesday for the first time since a councilwoman was removed from a council meeting by Mayor Janice Curtis. → Read More