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Orangeburg, SC, United States

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Past articles by Gene:

Longtime Calhoun leader dies; Summers called ‘a giant’ in county

Longtime Calhoun County Councilman David Summers, who led council for four decades, died early Saturday. → Read More

Conyers thanks community; ‘Entire state’ came together for historic day

South Carolina State University Interim President Alexander Conyers thanked everyone who helped make Friday’s historic graduation possible. → Read More

Kinard facing new child sex charges; ex-Bamberg County councilman’s trial delayed

A former Bamberg County councilman is facing three additional allegations of engaging in sex acts with a child. → Read More

Doors shattered at Prince of Orange Mall, Orangeburg Mall

Glass doors were shattered at the Prince of Orange Mall and Orangeburg Mall on Sunday night. → Read More

Orangeburg home damaged by storm

A home located on Bochette Boulevard in Orangeburg was damaged by a storm, according to a release from the American Red Cross. → Read More

Fire rips through several apartments in Orangeburg

Fire ripped through several units at Carrington Apartments on Saturday evening. → Read More

Firefighters battle blaze in downtown Bamberg

Firefighters converged on downtown Bamberg on Tuesday night to prevent a fire from spreading to additional downtown buildings. → Read More

1 injured in Prince of Orange Mall shooting, suspects at large

A male suffered a non-fatal gunshot wound at the Prince of Orange Mall on Saturday and the suspects remain at large, said Lt. Anthony Robinson of the Orangeburg Department of → Read More

Downtown Orangeburg building ablaze

Firefighters converged on downtown Orangeburg on Friday night where they are battling a blaze at a Russell Street building. → Read More

Orangeburg County families escape homes before storm; Hurricane Matthew memories remain

Willie Mae Fair remembers Hurricane Matthew. The storm pushed a tree through her roof, with a limb dropping right next to her husband, who was in bed. → Read More

Car pulled from Edisto River near Orangeburg

An Orangeburg couple looking for a fishing spot on the Edisto River were shocked when they discovered a car instead. → Read More

Fire destroys Holly Hill businesses

An early morning fire destroyed at least three businesses in downtown Holly Hill on Monday. → Read More

Two arrested, one sought in fatal shooting

Orangeburg County Sheriff Leroy Ravenell has announced that two individuals have been charged with murder in connection with a Eutawville shooting. → Read More

Ex-deputy accused of having sex during response to domestic call

A former Orangeburg County Sheriff’s deputy has been charged with misconduct for having a sexual encounter with a woman while he was responding to a domestic violence call. → Read More

Wood chip facility bringing $32 million investment

The Price Companies, Inc. headquartered in Monticello, Arkansas, has recently announced plans to build a new facility near Holly Hill in Orangeburg County. → Read More

SLED accuses Calhoun coroner of misconduct

Calhoun County’s coroner has been accused of pointing a handgun at some boaters he felt were racing too close to children, according to the State Law Enforcement Agency. → Read More

SCSU board installs trustee as president

South Carolina State University Board Vice Chairman James E. Clark has been named president of the university for the next four years. → Read More

Traffic crawls after accident

Traffic is crawling along Interstate 26 west following a collision. → Read More

Nationally known artist Jim Harrison dies at 80

DENMARK – Nationally acclaimed artist Jim Harrison has died. He was 80. → Read More

NWS issues thunderstorm warning

The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for several counties, including Bamberg, Calhoun and Orangeburg counties. → Read More