As we still find ourselves in the middle of a public health crisis, one local health agency finds itself in a crisis all its own. That health agency is The Blood Connection, and they have been in dire need of blood donors throughout this pandemic.

Do you struggle with what to pack in your child’s school lunch? You are certainly not alone! Luckily, this year, tri-county public schools offer free lunch to students, but maybe you want to mix it up sometimes and maybe your children do too. On those days, you don’t have to fill their lunch…

As parents, we witness our children getting more than their fair share of bumps on the head. Perhaps it’s when they forgot their bike helmet or while playing catch in the yard. Perhaps wrestling on the couch wasn’t such a great idea when both kids crash onto the hardwood floors head-first. O…

Local artist Arun Drummond was born and raised in the Upstate, but he always felt the pull of the Lowcountry and knew his blood must run with the waters along the coast. He moved here 20 years ago knowing his ancestors, enslaved Africans, had passed through Charleston on their way to the Upstate.

There is no milestone in a mother’s life that is more important and memorable than that moment when her baby is placed on her chest and she’s able to finally look into his eyes, hear her voice and count those perfect tiny toes and fingers. For most women, the person handing that baby over is…

Dealing with ADHD as a parent can be frustrating, especially if you’re not sure what’s going on with your child. But there are a number of effective treatments that can go a long way toward managing the issue. For parents worried that their child might have ADHD, we spoke to Dr. B.G. Quesenb…

For hundreds of years, schools have been organized roughly the same way, with children of one age grouped together in a room to be taught by a teacher with expertise in educating using classroom tools, building relationships with students and developing grade-level curricula.