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Gene Zaleski

The T&D

Orangeburg, SC, United States

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Recent articles by Gene:

Bamberg, Calhoun, Orangeburg jobless rates rise

Unemployment rates rose slightly throughout The T&D Region in January, according to S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce figures released Monday. → Read More

MUSC-RMC partnership: ‘Opportunity of a lifetime’; officials celebrate hospital lease

A new era has begun at the Regional Medical Center of Orangeburg and Calhoun Counties. → Read More

Calhoun County capital projects under development; funds covering water lines, parks and more

Calhoun County is making progress on the development of projects funded by the 1 percent capital projects sales tax, an official says. → Read More

Orangeburg County Council: MUSC- RMC lease advances

Orangeburg County Council has agreed to proceed with leasing the Regional Medical Center to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. → Read More

Calhoun County Council: Council sets spending limits

Calhoun County Council has finalized limits on how much employees can spend without going to council for approval. → Read More

Orangeburg's Smith's 66 is under new ownership

An Orangeburg native has purchased Smith's 66 service station. → Read More

$70M solar farm planned; construction starts in Cope in 2025

May Renewables LLC is planning to build a $70 million solar farm and storage facility near Cope in Orangeburg County. → Read More

Work at three schools estimated at $61.7M; plans shared for eastern, Clark schools

Orangeburg County School District trustees were given the first construction cost estimates for the planned Holly Hill Elementary School and additions to William J. Clark Middle School and Lake Marion → Read More

Orangeburg County School District: Trustees question transparency committee

Some Orangeburg County School District trustees have questioned the makeup and need for a 12-member committee tasked with providing public transparency for the district's $190 million spending plan. → Read More

Bamberg gift shop Tagadu's closing after 20 years

BAMBERG -- A Bamberg gift shop is closing after being in business for nearly 20 years. → Read More

Claflin celebrates bishop: Dease praises foundation she received

Claflin is where it all began. → Read More

City of Orangeburg: Planning commission rejects annexation

The Orangeburg City Planning Commission unanimously voted Thursday against annexing 14 acres of city-owned land being considered for a “higher-end restaurant.” → Read More

Butler to give state of the city address

Orangeburg Mayor Michael Butler is scheduled to give his first-ever state of the city address on Tuesday, Feb. 28. → Read More

Connection Points expand job access in SC rural areas

COLUMBIA – In 2019, the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) formalized its Rural Initiative. → Read More

Calhoun County Council: Solar project moratorium considered

Calhoun County Council will consider a moratorium on the construction of new solar projects after hearing complaints from residents. → Read More

High supply, low demand for cotton; growers meet in Santee to get 2023 outlook

SANTEE -- Cotton growers are being told to expect lower prices in 2023. → Read More

SC Beekeepers to host spring conference

The South Carolina Beekeepers Association will hold its spring conference this month in Florence. → Read More

Former Central Park once again a restaurant

A new drive-through restaurant is opening its doors in Orangeburg. → Read More

New gymnastics studio opens in Orangeburg

A new gymnastics studio has opened in Orangeburg. → Read More

‘Higher-end’ restaurant planned for Chestnut; proposal changed after complaints

Developers planning to construct a restaurant near an Orangeburg neighborhood say it would benefit the area. → Read More