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T&D earns top award for 2020 tornado coverage

The Times and Democrat's headline called it "Dawn of destruction." → Read More

WATCH NOW: 10 more Orangeburg County residents test positive for coronavirus; Calhoun County adds one case

Ten more Orangeburg County residents have tested positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

WATCH NOW: NFF issues report on college football

National Football Foundation Chairman Archie Manning released the following statement: → Read More

Family charged with scheme to get Masters tickets for resale

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Four members of a Texas family have been charged with federal crimes in what prosecutors say was a scheme that used stolen identities to get tickets to → Read More

Booker pledges to address inequalities

The on-the-screen count was down to minutes when Andrew Cuomo handed off to CNN's Don Lemon. → Read More

EmpowerHer: ‘Diamonds are forever’

The culmination of a 15-year dream for Rachelle Jamerson-Holmes came on Sunday, May 20, 2018, with the chartering of Orangeburg’s EmpowerHer Chapter of the American Business Women's Association. → Read More

Tropical storm warning for Orangeburg, Calhoun counties

A tropical storm warning was issued at 11 p.m. Thursday for Orangeburg and Calhoun counties. → Read More

Tropical storm warning for Orangeburg, Calhoun counties

A tropical storm warning was issued at 11 p.m. Thursday for Orangeburg and Calhoun counties. → Read More

Vacation photo contest offers $1,000 top prize

Vacation photographs often capture a perfect moment in a favorite place. Send us your best vacation photos now for a chance to win up to $1,000 in our Destinations Photo → Read More

T&D online commenting is changing

TheTandD.com is THE online source for local news in The T&D Region. It is also a popular place for people to share comments and engage in dialogue about the news. → Read More

You, The T&D and Facebook (copy)

You may have heard Facebook is making changes that will impact what you see in your News Feed. → Read More

You, The T&D and Facebook

You may have heard Facebook is making changes that will impact what you see in your News Feed. → Read More

House overrides Haley's veto of $40M in aid for farmers

COLUMBIA — The House has overridden Gov. Nikki Haley's veto of a bill to send $40 million in aid to South Carolina farmers who lost their crops in last year's → Read More

Church men’s group gets Adopt-A-Highway award

COLUMBIA – An Orangeburg County church group has a received a top honor for anti-litter efforts. → Read More

USDA workshops to assist residents in local counties

COLUMBIA -- U.S. Department of Agriculture agencies in South Carolina are teaming up May 4 to provide two workshops aimed at helping Orangeburg and surrounding county residents with USDA investments → Read More

2016 Orangeburg Festival of Roses schedule

Thursday, April 28 7:30 p.m. -- Showcase Orangeburg, Stevenson Auditorium Friday, April 29 8:30 a.m. -- Riverside Drive is closed for festival 9 a.m.-11 a.m. -- Vendors may enter, unload and set up booths 12 p.m.-6 p.m. -- Arts & Crafts Exhibit and Sale, Edisto Memorial Gardens 1:30-2:30 p.m. -- Longwood Bingo, Darien Woods, Garden Stage 2-4 p.m. -- Seniors activities at festival, Garden Stage… → Read More

DPU warns of phone scam

The Orangeburg Department of Public Utilities wants its customers to beware of a phone call scam. → Read More

Bakari Sellers at home as CNN analyst for presidential primaries

Bakari Sellers has politics in his blood. → Read More

DNR public lands program: 75 years and a million acres (and counting)

Walking the grounds of the S.C. Department of Natural Resources’ James W. Webb Wildlife Center at Garnett in Hampton County, the sense of history is pervasive. → Read More

Wall Street comes to Orangeburg: Claflin students get insight on top jobs in journalism

From reports by Claflin University mass communications students Audrey Anchirinah, Carrie Byrd and Tarryn DeLyons → Read More