Find a Blessing Box near you with this map

Give what you can, take what you need


Over the past three years, the Lowcountry Blessing Box Project has installed over 100 small-scale food banks across S.C. This map, maintained by the project, lays out where each is located. For more info, visit: chsblessingbox.wixsite.com.
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Before You Go: DHEC launches major testing initiative in Columbia; USPS delays are hurting small businesses

Connelly Hardaway

SCDHEC reported 740 cases of coronavirus this Thursday, with 27 additional confirmed deaths. The percent-positive rate dropped to 11.8 percent.


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Before You Go: DHEC launches major testing initiative in Columbia; USPS delays are hurting small businesses

SCDHEC reported 740 cases of coronavirus this Thursday, with 27 additional confirmed deaths. The percent-positive rate dropped to 11.8 percent.

Sperry suspends sponsorship of Charleston Race Week over flag with Confederate ‘motif’

The shoe company Sperry has suspended its sponsorship of the annual Charleston Race Week over a Confederate flag “motif” on the flag of the sailing event’s parent group. The leaders of Race Week and Charleston Ocean Racing Association (CORA), which runs the event, say they will work with association members and Sperry to reach a […]

Briggman: I could have been a kid in that Market Street altercation

As a Black male from Pelion — a small South Carolina town with a 97 percent white population — I began working at 15 to assist with family household expenses. Wednesday evening, when I saw a video of Charleston’s beloved Quintin Washington in an altercation, I saw someone who could have been me at that […]

Farmers Market returning to Marion Square with ‘essentials’ Sept. 26

The city of Charleston announced that the Charleston Farmers Market will move its “essentials” market from Joseph P. Riley Park to Marion Square starting Saturday, Sept. 26.