The Kershaw County Farmers Market (KCFM) will be moving again –for what is hoped to be the last time — to a new permanent location in downtown Camden.
The new location provides more space for vendors and patrons.
From park openings to new trail plans, Laurens County has been working hard to create a healthy environment for its community members to thrive in.
The school participates in open community use, allowing the public to use the grounds and outdoor facilities of the school, which fulfills a need of the Inman community.
City of Anderson residents will soon have a new place for their pooches to play, in addition to a new community green space.
Union County leaders are taking steps to address the childhood obesity problem in Union County with the help of the community.
We recently had the privilege of meeting Michael Meissner, the mayor of Pacolet, SC, a small town located eight miles outside the city of Spartanburg. Mayor Meissner wowed us with his passion for health and wellness, and we are excited to share a brief snippet of that passion with you!
hanks to hard work and dedication, rates of overweight and obesity in Cherokee County have declined by more than 20 percent among first-graders and among third-graders from 2012 to 2015.
Johns Island Farmers Market is the only market in the Charleston area accepting SNAP, while other markets leave it up to the vendor.
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