Linda Stevenson helped lead a citywide protest of a massive rate hike proposed by Tega Cay Water Service.
No. 2 on the 2012 Fort Mill 11 list is Rufus “Rudy” Sanders, who played a major role in the cration of the Fort Mill History Museum.
A Long list of accomplishments landed Tega Cay Mayor at No. 3 on the fort Mill 11 list of 2012’a top newsmakers.
For leading efforts to improve school meals and make them more nutritious, Roland Cabading in No. 4 on the Fort Mill 11 list of 2012’s top newsmakers.
Lisa McCarley, who helped lead an effort to fund middle school sports in Fort Mill, is No. 5 in the Fort Mill 11.
No. 6 of the Fort Mill 11: Fort Mill Town Manager David Hudspeth.
A state award for the S.C. Strawberry Festival and recognition from national magazines landed fort Mill Mayor Danny Funderburk on the Fort Mill 11 list of 2012’s top newsmakers.
A challenging year kept Fort Mill Superintendent of Schools Chuck Epps busy and landed him at No. 8 on the Fort Mill 11.
Mims Driscoll, the mom who posted a Youtube video after her son was involved in a school fight, is No. 9 on the Fort Mill 11 list of 2012’s top local newsmakers.
Jeremy Walter got involved in politics while advocating for child custody reform and ended up running for the S.C. Statehouse – and landing on the Fort Mill 11 list of 2012’s top newsmakers.
Gloria Davey poured herself into trying to open a shelter for homeless pets in Indian Land and for that she makes the Fort Mill 11 list of 2012’s top newsmakers.