The Community Resource Center’s 500 volunteers feed more than 5,000 people a week, but now, as inflation smashes recent records, stretching the already strained budget to maintain the operation is become a major challenge.
Just over a year after 14-year-old Ronjanae Smith died due to an act of gun violence in North Charleston, her family is preparing to celebrate the first anniversary of the opening of a memorial foundation in her honor.
Hundreds of miles lie between South Carolina’s Upstate mountains and its Lowcountry coast. But this month, a group is making its way from one side of the state to the other on kayak, raft, and their own two feet and they want South Carolinians to come join them.
A group of community activists gathered on Thursday to draw positive attention to Burke High School and to show support for the school as an institution after one of its alumni was arrested in connection with a mass shooting on May 30.
More retail space and hundreds of apartments may soon be coming to the heart of downtown Charleston after the Charleston Board of Architectural Review gave conceptual approval to a proposed mixed-use building.