ⓘ Simpsonville, South Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Simpsonville, South Carolina

Simpsonville is a city in Greenville County, South Carolina, United States. It is part of the Greenville–Mauldin–Easley Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 18.238 at the 2010 census, up from 14.352 in 2000. The population had risen to an estimated 23.037 as of 2018. Simpsonville is part of the "Golden Strip", along with Mauldin and Fountain Inn, an area which is noted for having low unemployment due to a diversity of industries including Para-Chem, Kemet, Sealed Air and Milliken.

                                     
  • First Baptist Simpsonville Chapel is a historic Southern Baptist chapel at 106 Church Street in Simpsonville South Carolina USA. It was built in 1913
  • Simpsonville may refer to: Simpsonville Kentucky Simpsonville Maryland Simpsonville South Carolina Simpsonville Texas Simpsonville California, former
  • Hillcrest High School is a public high school in Simpsonville South Carolina United States, and is one of the largest high schools in the Greenville
  • located near the intersection of South Carolina Highway 418 and Fork Shoals Road in the vicinity of Simpsonville South Carolina The complex, begun by John
  • 29. The highway also parallels I - 385 through Fountain Inn and Simpsonville South Carolina in southeastern Greenville County. SC 14 is a part of the National
  • as Burdette Hardware Building or B.W. Burdette Building, in Simpsonville South Carolina was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places
  • religious format. Licensed to Simpsonville South Carolina United States, the station is currently owned by The Church in Simpsonville Station Information
  • coaching career at Simpsonville High School in Simpsonville South Carolina before moving to Gaffney High School in Gaffney, South Carolina Smith earned a
  • school in Simpsonville South Carolina United States. It is a sister campus of the main Greenville Tech campus in Greenville, South Carolina FY2016
  • title for the South Carolina cities of Fountain Inn, Simpsonville and Mauldin, which stretch along Interstate 385 in Greenville County south of the city