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Past articles by Princess:

County approves ag firm incentives

Orangeburg County Council has approved a resolution making it clear that agribusiness investments are eligible for economic development incentives like other industries. → Read More

Branchville Fun Day set for April 30

Food, fun and games will be available at the Branchville Fun Day beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 30. → Read More

OCSD5 honors those who serve

A volunteer often gives not to receive something in return, but out of the kindness of their heart. → Read More

Official: County working to draw jobs

Work is progressing on a speculative building that is being constructed in the John W. Matthews Industrial Park, with the walls going up next week. → Read More

City's inaugural Earth Day Celebration April 16

Claflin University and the Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce are partnering to present the Orangeburg Inaugural Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 16. → Read More

Candidates for sheriff get personal at forum

A forum turned into a heated debate Thursday among the candidates for Orangeburg County sheriff, with arrest records and family issues becoming topics of discussion. → Read More

City approves $1M for S.C. State roads

Orangeburg City Council has agreed to contribute $1 million to South Carolina State University for road and street repairs. School officials say the county is also planning to help. → Read More

Company investing $3.5 M

Orangeburg County Council has agreed to sell land to a company that plans to place a $3.5 million distribution center in the Orangeburg County City Industrial Park. → Read More

City Council to discuss SCSU roads

Orangeburg City Council will consider a resolution granting South Carolina State University funds for road and street repairs at 7 p.m. today in the Council Chambers Building, 933 Middleton Street. → Read More

County Council meets Monday

Orangeburg County Council will meet today at 5:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 433 Amelia St. → Read More

County considering road-paving crew

Orangeburg County Council is considering setting up its own crew to handle a road paving. → Read More

New jail, library, DSS building studied

Orangeburg County Council is continuing its planning for a new library, Department of Social Services building and $13 million jail. → Read More

Claflin student mentors middle schoolers

“They need me, and I need them,” says JaQuez Gilliard, a senior middle level education major at Claflin University. Gilliard puts his mind, compassion and heart into teaching. → Read More

Candidates file for local offices

A number of candidates have filed for local office in Orangeburg, Calhoun and Bamberg counties. → Read More

Candidates file for offices

A number of candidates have filed for local office in Orangeburg, Calhoun and Bamberg counties. → Read More

River landing reopened following legal battle

Ness Boat Landing on the South Fork of the Edisto River has reopened to the public following years of being tied up in court. → Read More

SCSU chair to speak to council

Orangeburg City Council meets today at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers Building at 933 Middleton Street. → Read More

Filing nears for offices

Candidates throughout The T&D Region will soon have their chance to start filing for offices such as sheriff, coroner and clerk of court, as well as several legislative offices. → Read More

Counties await money for body cameras

T&D Region sheriff’s offices had their body camera policies approved ahead of the state’s deadline. → Read More

Grand opening of city gym draws crowd

Hundreds of residents who gathered for the grand opening of the new Orangeburg Community Center Gymnasium on Friday were greeted by a huge banner above the welcome desk that read: → Read More