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Mauldin, South Carolina is located in Greenville County. Zip codes in Mauldin, SC include 29662. The median home price in Mauldin is $139,500 which is roughly $77/per square foot. More Mauldin information.

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Friday Apr 4 | The Moultrie News

A rainy day run to promote readingBook'n It! 5K races towards literacy

Members of the Reading Patrol and Leadership S.C. took part on a rainy day to help raise money for literacy.

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Tue Apr 01, 2014

The Greenville News

City of Mauldin Cindy Hosea/Staff

A town hall meeting with state lawmakers will start at 6 p.m. April 3 at the Mauldin Cultural Center, 101 E. Butler Road.

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The Greenville News

Golden Strip church news

Proceeds will go for a mission trip to Romania. The adult choir of Clear Spring Baptist Church, 301 Bethany Road, Simpsonville, will present "Amazing Grace, My Chains Are Gone," at 6 p.m. April 13. Holland Park Church, 1131 Holland Road, Simpsonville has the following scheduled for Easter Sunday: worship, 9:30 a.m.-10:45 a.m.; coffee and ... (more)

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The Greenville News

Mauldin reviews its plan for the future

It's time again for Mauldin to review its comprehensive plan that will help guide the city's future growth and refine its character.

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The Greenville News

New restaurant mixes southern, Mediterranean flavors

Fusion has arrived in Mauldin. Upstate native Kim Barakat and her husband, Kamal, have opened Oasis Mediterranean Cuisine at East Butler Plaza, pairing Middle Eastern fare with a Southern accent.

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Mon Mar 31, 2014

The Greenville News

Mauldin residents struggle to rebuild after flooding

Nine months ago, the water came rushing in. And now Mauldin residents like Mary Breihan, Alissa Gambrell are on a slow road to recovery following the floods from Gilder Creek that damaged their homes last summer.

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The Greenville News

Year of Altruism connects with renowned street artist

That a Jewish financial adviser would bring a Baltimore street artist to paint a mural here might sound strange, but the bonds people form can be inexplicable.

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Fri Mar 28, 2014

The Greenville News

Tax hike considered for roads projects

A plan to reduce congestion on Woodruff Road and a pedestrian bridge for Hampton Avenue Extension are among the projects on a new list of what might be funded with a possible 1 percent sales tax hike in Greenville County.

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Wed Mar 26, 2014

The Greenville News

Mauldin resident after the flood: 'Everytime it rains... I'm scared'

Seven months ago, the water came rushing in. And now Mauldin residents like Mary Breihan and Alissa Gambrell are on a slow road to recovery following the floods from Gilder Creek that damaged their homes last summer.

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