Saturday, August 25, 2012
Fincher is accused of detaining a woman against her will at the Public Works Department.
Update, Sunday, Aug. 26: An arrest warrant states that William Fincher allegedly detained a woman against her will at the Public Works Department, which prompted the kidnapping charge. Fincher, “did commit the offense of kidnapping by unlawfully confining the victim to 126 McDougall Court, Maudlin, S.C. and refusing to allow the victim to leave the premises. The premises is the Public Works Department for the City of Mauldin, S.C.,” according to the warrant. The warrant also stated the alleged victim was forced to climb an eight-foot chain link fence that surrounds the PW department in order to escape, and injured her hand in the process. Fincher remains on paid administrative leave during the investigation in the matter, and town …
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Looking at Mauldin's future.
Tonight in City Hall at 5:30 p.m. will be the public's last opportunity to weigh in on the plans for a City Center. This is the third session in the last two months and will discuss the marketing and promotion aspects of a potential City Center. The first two sessions involved fact-finding and a survey, followed by the unveiling of the initial plan based on information gathered from the initial meeting. City officials have approached the project as a long-term opportunity that will re-shape Mauldin in the next decade and beyond. Follow Mauldin Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Get the newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning by clicking HERE.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Newest addition to Golden Strip restaurant scene.
Tavern 24 was officially welcomed to the Mauldin business community with a ribbon-cutting hosted by the Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce.* Tavern 24 replaces Fatz Cafe, which previously occupied the location, and is also owned by the Cafe Enterprises, Inc. It represents the first effort by Cafe Enterprises for this particular style of casual dining. Another effort, called Tablefields will open at the former location of the Atlanta Bread Company next month. After the ribbon-cutting on Monday, Tavern 24 officially opened for business. According to one of the restaurant's five managers Roger Tate, who calls Mauldin home, Tavern 24 has 145 employees and will be open from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday and until 1 a.m. on Friday and…
Monday, June 25, 2012
Crime in Mauldin.
The following selected incidents were provided by the Mauldin Police Department. They do not indicate a conviction. June 22 An individual was charged with being in violation of drug and narcotics laws on W. Butler Rd and Laurel Meadow Pkwy. June 23 A person was charged with underage drinking at the playground of Summerfield Subdivision. A person was charged with disorderly conduct at the Publix on 111 W. Butler Rd. A person was charged with driving under the influence at Miller and Old Mill Rds. June 24 A person was charged with shoplifting at Wilco on 408 W. Butler Rd. A person was charged with driving under the influence at 627 N. Main St. There were three separate incidents of criminal domestic violence: -The Arbors …
Friday, June 22, 2012
Mauldin Patch marks year one.
One year ago today Mauldin Patch was born, the newest addition to Patch's network of over 800 sites nationwide and the first in the Upstate region. Today, the site looks a little different than it did then (notice the landscape behind our navigation bar), but it's still dedicated to giving you all the news that matters in Mauldin, fast and free. In the coming days, weeks and months there will be some more changes, all of which are meant to make the site even easier to use and share. I'd also like to use the occasion to thank the thousands of readers who have made Mauldin Patch a part of their day. I've had the good fortune to meet so many of you in the past 12 months and enjoyed getting to know you. What have been the biggest stories in …
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Recognition based on Spring 2012 academic performance.
Clemson University has announced that four Mauldin natives have made the Dean's List for the Spring 2012 semester. Dean's List recognition is given to those students who achieve a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale. The Mauldin students are: Henry Parker Brookie a Modern Language (Spanish) major. Ebsalom Lois Dendy a Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (Community Recreation, Sport and Camp Management) major. Timothy Ronald Howard Jr. a General Engineering major. Jake Alexander Stovall a Sociology major. To be named to the Dean's List, a student must achieve a grade-point average between 3.50 and 3.99 on a 4.0 scale. Follow Mauldin Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Get the newsletter delivered to your inbox every …
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Cameras scheduled to roll in August.
Representatives with the feature film "Ugly" have confirmed that Mauldin will be one of the locations where the film will be shot. The film stars Chip Days, who was a contestant on the second season of American Idol and was nominated for a Grammy this year. He is also a native of Hartsville, SC. Co-starring with Days is platinum recording artist DJ Unk and Monica "Danger" Leon. The production team will meet the community next Tuesday, June 26 at the Downtown Coffee House at 5:30 p.m. Anyone interested in investing in the film is invited to attend. Follow Mauldin Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Get the newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning by clicking HERE.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
A stacked agenda also includes introduction of new department head.
It was a full agenda for the Mauldin City Council on Monday evening. Here’s a recap: Follow Mauldin Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Get the newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning by clicking HERE.
Monday, June 18, 2012
A look ahead to the monthly meeting of city elected officials.
Tonight at 7 p.m. the Mauldin City Council holds its monthly meeting. Here’s a look at the key issues on the agenda. Follow Mauldin Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Get the newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning by clicking HERE.
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Checking in on the new businesses coming soon to Mauldin.
If you've driven around Mauldin recently you can't help but notice that there are quite a few plates in the air, as it were. Which is to say that there are more than a few construction projects in the works. We checked in on three of them yesterday. Is there a project in town you'd like to know about? Ask about it in our comments section. Follow Mauldin Patch on Facebook and Twitter. Get the newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning by clicking HERE.