Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Burglars target Lanier Lane home.
A Mauldin woman reported that burglars broke into her Lanier Lane home last week, stealing an estimated $5,600 in cash and jewelry, a Mauldin Police report said. The woman discovered someone had entered her home when she returned to her house to find a door on the side of her house broken from its frame, the report said. She also noticed the door to her basement ajar and that her dogs, which are kept there, had gotten upstairs, the report said. The woman reported that a pair of suspected thieves from Taylors identified in the report but not located took $5,000 worth of miscellaneous jewelry and $600 in cash, the report said. Th case remains under investigation.
Reported incidents to the Mauldin Police Department from May 20-21.
The following crimes and incidents were reported to the Mauldin Police Department from May 20-21:
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But Democrats say she's not sincere.
In a Statehouse press conference on Tuesday, Gov. Nikki Haley called on the Senate to pass ethics legislation approved in the House earlier this month. Haley was joined at the press conference by the co-chairs of the Ethics Reform Commission, Travis Medlock and Henry McMaster as well as Attorney General Alan Wilson. “We have the blueprint. We need the eagerness and the will,” Haley said. The governor said that after the budget is approved she is hoping that ethics can be passed. She also is optimistic the Department of Administration legislation she’s been pushing for three years will finally become law. Haley rejected the notion that legislature can’t do more than one big thing per session. “At what point can we do multiple things in a …
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Links to new job listings posted in the past 24 hours near Mauldin.
The following job listings were posted on Indeed.com on May 21, 2013. They are all listed as being within 15 miles of Mauldin. See a full list of Who's Hiring in the Mauldin area. Just click on a link below to learn more. Proposal Writer aeSolutions - Greenville, SC 29615 Class A Truck Driver Best Drivers - Greer, SC Allen Bradley (PLC), Automation, Siemens Datasoft Technologies, Inc. - Greer, SC Interpreter Greenville Health System - Greenville, SC Interpreter, American Sign Language (Float Pool) Greenville Health System - Greenville, SC Product & Process Planning Specialist-1923 - Greer, SC HKA Enterprises, Inc. - Greer, SC Tennis Pro Shop Attendant The Salvation Army - Greenville, SC Account Executive Xpicor, Inc. - Greenville, …
Dean's List recognition is given to those students whose grade point average is 3.2 or higher.
Brian Thomas Molnar of Mauldin has been named to the Dean's List at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, for academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. Dean's List recognition is given to those students whose grade point average is 3.2 (out of 4.0) or higher with no grade below a C for the previous semester's work. While at The Citadel, Molnar is a member of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets and is working toward a degree in Chemistry.
Greenville and Pickens County tracts to be preserved under conservation easements.
A combined 617 acres of wild lands in Greenville and Pickens counties will be preserved under an agreement between Upstate Forever and the lands owners, GSA Business reported. Using funds from the SC Conservation Bank, the nonprofit will preserve the 580-acre Riverbend Shoals property in southern Greenville County near Honea Path, and the 37-acre Grant Meadow Tract One below the face of Table Rock in Pickens County. "The Grant Meadow Tract One property includes a 2-acre pond and frontage on Carrick Creek, a tributary of the Oolenoy River. Forest cover on the rest of the property provides habitat for deer, bear, wild turkey and migratory songbirds. The Riverbend Shoals acreage in southern Greenville County includes more than 2 miles of …
Palmetto Region disaster responders have deployed to the Red Cross' Washington HQ to help coordinate relief efforts in Oklahoma in the wake of recent tornadoes and is holding training sessions for those who want to become disaster responders
In the wake of Monday's devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma at least two Palmetto SC Region Red Cross disaster responders have deployed to the charity's Washington D.C. office to help coordinate relief efforts. More are expected to deploy in the coming days. "This has been a major disaster, and the Red Cross will be there for the people in this state and this community for weeks and months to come," said Louise Welch Williams, regional chief executive officer for American Red Cross Palmetto SC Region, said in a press release. "If you can help, we encourage you to make a financial donation today or become a local volunteer to help respond to future disasters." The Red Cross is also operating shelters Shawnee and other parts of the Oklahoma …
Emily Kiser graduates with theatre degree.
Emily E. Kiser of Mauldin graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in theatre from DeSales University on May 18. During the ceremony, DeSales President Father Bernard O'Connor, OSFS, conferred degrees upon 405 graduates, including undergraduate and graduate students. Professor Michael A. Hayes, president of Mary Immaculate College in Limerick, Ireland, delivered the commencement address and was awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters degree. DeSales University, in Center Valley, Pa., is a private, coeducational, four-year liberal arts university affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. Founded by the Oblates of Saint Francis de Sales in 1965, the 480-acre suburban campus is located 50 miles north of Philadelphia and about 90 miles …
Many couples have set movie nights or shows they watch together – but sometimes one person in the relationship “cheats.”
Is your significant other sneaking around behind your back – and watching a TV show or movie the two of you had planned to watch together? Many couples have set movies nights or plans to watch certain shows together, but sometimes one partner sneaks and watches the movie by themselves or skips ahead of their partner by a few episodes. New York Magazine has coined a name for it: “Netflix Adultery.” Netflix itself has been studying the practice, the magazine reports. The company surveyed 2,000 people and 12 percent said they'd gone ahead and watched episodes of television shows rather than wait for their partner to watch it with them. Ten percent of those surveyed said they'd been victims of Netflix adultery. Of those who were “cheating,” 21…