Eat Smart Move More Charleston Tri-County
Charleston Moves will use funds to focus on “People First on the West Ashley Greenway.”
Ten South Carolina municipalities are experiencing a growing economy thanks to pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly infrastructure improvement projects.
Johns Island Farmers Market is the only market in the Charleston area accepting SNAP, while other markets leave it up to the vendor.
Congratulations to all of the schools awarded for leading comprehensive health, physical activity, and wellness efforts.
Baby-Friendly® USA recognizes RSF Mount Pleasant Hospital with prestigious international award
In Charleston County schools, Cooking Matters program focuses on cost-conscious healthy eating and fills the gap between learning and consuming.
More than 200 other cities in the U.S. received the recognition for actively providing youth opportunities for play.
DAK Americas Columbia and Charleston facilities are focusing on healthy vending machines for 2013 in both plants, with overall progress being made in creating a culture of wellness for their employees.
Charleston Tri-County schools and local chefs partnered on a school-based culinary project to improve school menu items by training and empowering food service workers.