The Charleston Museum honors director Laura Bragg 100 years later with a colorful exhibit


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Lowcountry Food Bank offering free snacks at county libraries

Heath Ellison

Charleston County Public Library and the Lowcounty Food Bank will offer free after school snacks to kids and teens between 3 – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. The collaboration is meant to alleviate child hunger with nutritious foods.

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