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Recent articles by Gabe:

There's a plan to open a Popeyes in Mauldin

Construction of a new Popeyes location in Mauldin could begin in the next 30 days. → Read More

As Fountain Inn grows, leaders plan to add a third fire station

Fountain Inn is working on a plan to add a third fire station, on the northeastern side of the city, where there's been a lot of residential growth. → Read More

New Starbucks coming to Simpsonville

A second standalone Starbucks is planned to open in Simpsonville. → Read More

Greenville County considering 161 roads for repaving. Search on this list for your street.

Here's the list of roads Greenville County has proposed to be repaved in 2021. → Read More

3 Greenville County cities among 20 fastest growing places in SC, per latest census estimates

Here's a look at how fast Greenville County's six cities are growing and how that compares to the rest of the state. → Read More

'It definitely changes things moving forward': How coronavirus is affecting health care in Greenville

Here's how the coronavirus has affected Greenville's healthcare organizations as well as some senior living facilities and fitness centers. → Read More

Mauldin City Council special election: What to know about the candidates

Here's a look at who's running for Mauldin City Council in a special election to be held on Tuesday, July 14. → Read More

Ask LaFleur: When is Cleveland Street Extension going to be paved and improved?

A reader asks when Cleveland Street Extension in Greenville will be paved and improved. → Read More

Mauldin council to consider tighter restrictions on dollar-type store development

Mauldin is weighing whether to implement a set of more stringent regulations on dollar store-type businesses in the city. → Read More

Mauldin councilman will not resign over 'offensive' social media posts

Mauldin Councilman Dale Black has been under fire this week and last week for posts shared on his Facebook page. → Read More

Election results: Here are the winners for Greenville, Pickens primary runoffs

Here are the results from Greenville and Pickens County 2020 primary election runoffs. → Read More

Home improvement projects fill the time for Greenville residents amid coronavirus-fueled shutdown

Upstate residents have found home improvement projects to be one way to fill their time, whether they're doing it themselves or calling in the pros. → Read More

Mauldin deal with developer to build 'city center' falls through, but city still optimistic

Mauldin's deal with Contour Development to develop a "city center" is no more. The city is now seeking "the right partnership" with other firms. → Read More

100 townhome subdivision planned on 15 acres in Mauldin near Woodruff Road

A 100 townhome subdivision is planned off Miller Road in Mauldin near Woodruff Road. → Read More

'Not even hurricanes do this': Coronavirus wrecks South Carolina hotel industry

Here's a look at the extent to which the coronavirus outbreak is affecting the hotel industry in South Carolina. → Read More

Japan-based manufacturer to open facility near Fountain Inn, creating 41 new jobs

Meidensha Corporation, a global supplier of power and energy products, is opening its first production base in North America in Laurens County. → Read More

Bintime opening new Mauldin location in former Kmart building

Bintime stores put out over 400,000 items for sale each week at a single price that gets reduced as the week goes on. → Read More

Coronavirus: Here's how blood supply, travel, tourism in South Carolina are being affected

Here's how the coronavirus is affecting a number of different things in the Upstate and across South Carolina. → Read More

MLK Day: Volunteers pack 1,600 care packages for the homeless at Greenville event

More than 100 volunteers packed "kindness kits" for Greenville's homeless population at Greenville Tech's MLK Day of Service Monday. → Read More

Work underway for new 2-mile loop of Swamp Rabbit Trail in Laurens County

Work is getting underway on a new section of Swamp Rabbit Trail near Prisma Health's Laurens County Medical Campus. → Read More