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Orangeburg,

city (1990 pop. 13,739), seat of Orangeburg co., central S.C., on the North Fork of the Edisto River; settled 1732, inc. as a city 1883. It is the trade and processing center of a cotton and agricultural area with textile, clothing, and food-distribution industries. Yard and gardening products, ball and roller bearings, automotive parts, electronics, and chemicals are also produced. Orangeburg was a planned settlement established by German-Swiss immigrants who had free grants of land. It is the seat of South Carolina State Univ. and Claflin Univ. Of interest are the Edisto gardens and the Donald Bruce House (c.1735).
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Included in the sale are Cox manufacturing plants located in Orangeburg, South Carolina, Coleridge, North Carolina, Cove City, North Carolina and Branchville, South Carolina.
Four years later, they led protests resulting in "The Orangeburg Massacre," which pointed out that passage of the Act was not the end of the struggle.
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Reiterating Jafza's commitment to the project, Al Shirawi said: "We are very impressed with the business-friendly stance of the government of the State of South Carolina and Orangeburg County authorities, which adds to our confidence and vision for Jafza's South Carolina project.
Singleton was taken into custody in Orangeburg, where the campus is located.
Orangeburg County Sheriff Leroy Ravenell said the death of 21-year-old DeShawn Randolph was classified as self-defense under the state's "stand your ground" law.
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Green of Montgomery, AL; three step-daughters, Roberta Taylor of Worcester, Makeya Washington of Orangburg, SC and Schnelle Ravenelle of Worcester; two step-sons, Antonio Washington of Orangeburg and Donnie Scott of Springfield, MA; his father, Luther Green in Orangeburg; three brothers, Eugene, James and Luther; two sisters, Carrie Belle Guinyard and Janie Pugh all of Orangeburg; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
As part of the new facility, the company also intends to move its corporate headquarters to the new technology center from the current headquarters operation in Orangeburg.
Economic Zones World acquired over 1,300 acres just outside of the town limits of Santee in Orangeburg County in the fall of 2007.
This fine furniture gallery has a 46 year presence in Orangeburg and serves the surrounding area.
The Times and Democrat of Orangeburg reported that Denmark Technical College President John Waddell has been suspended without pay.