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Inclusive Summer Day Camp registration open

St. Charles Parish – Registration for Inclusive Summer Day Camp is open through May 7 until midnight (online) at $400. Late registration will begin May 8 until midnight for $450. Camp is scheduled to run from June 5 to July 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday for campers ages 5 through 14, including those with disabilities. Campsites include Ethel Schoeffner Elementary in Destrehan, Lakewood Elementary in Luling, Albert Cammon Middle School in St. Rose and Luling Elementary in Luling. To register or for more information, call the Parks and Recreation Department at (985) 783-5090.Read More...
May 7 at 2:11 pm

Knights of Columbus annual Lenten Fish Fry

Luling – The Knights of Columbus will hold its annual Lenten Fish Fry 5 – 7 p.m. every Friday March 10 through April 7 through Lent at St. Anthony church in Luling and continuing every Friday of Lent. The meal will include fried catfish served with French fries, hush puppies, vegetables and French bread for $8 or seafood Gumbo served with potato salad and French bread for $10 each meal. Meals are available for eat in or take out. Proceeds benefit the Knights of Columbus youth programs.Read More...
April 7 at 8:40 am

Summer camp staff applications being taken

St. Charles Parish – The St. Charles Parish Department of Parks and Recreation is now accepting applications for summer camp staff until 4 p.m. March 31. Interviews will be scheduled for early April and all applicants will be notified via phone or email with the date and time of their interview. Applications can be obtained from the main office in the Edward A. Dufresne Community Center at 274 Judge Edward Dufresne Parkway in Luling. Applications must be returned to the main office from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday or emailed to Anedra Coleman, assistant director/EAD Community Center coordinator at For more information call (985) 783-5090.Read More...
March 31 at 2:10 pm

Charges dropped against man accused of shooting cat with arrow

Max the black cat’s luck was pretty good last year when he survived being shot with a bow and arrow, but the Luling man accused of doing it won’t be prosecuted for animal cruelty.Read More...
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New Life Community Church feeds the homeless

While folks all around New Orleans were getting ready to head out to parades as the Mardi Gras season got into full swing, youths at New Life Community Church’s 2017 confirmation class prepared to spend the morning serving others. Read More...
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Lakewood Elementary’s morning meetings kick off day of learning, teaching

In St. Charles Parish Public Schools, days begin with morning meetings. Read More...
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St. Rose students place in science fair, go to district

St. Rose Elementary School students placed in the schools science fair and went on to the District Science Fair. Read More...
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Humane Society Pet of the Week: Harry

This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pet is Harry.Read More...
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Landry’s Outboard boasts 28 years of experience at keeping customers afloat

Born and raised in Bayou Gauche, Robert Landry knows his home region — and he knows full well how popular boating and fishing is around those parts.Read More...
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St. Charles Parish real estate market ‘heating up’

Spring is a time of year when the real estate market tends to heat up, and Gardner Realtors’ Regina Allemand says 2017 has proven to be no exception so far.Read More...
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Colly Joseph Percle, a native of Chackbay, 50-year resident of Harvey and 17-year resident of Des Allemands passed away March 21 at the age of 93. Read More...
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Mary Lou Lorio, a native and resident of Hahnville, passed away on March 27.Read More...
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Gary Christopher Griffith, 60, passed away following a brief illness on March 23 at Forrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg, Miss.
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Ben Brupbacher, 93, died peacefully at his home on Saturday March 26. Read More...
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Hahnville man charged with attempted murder is career criminal

The Hahnville man booked with attempted second-degree murder is still awaiting trial in St. Charles Parish, but his rap sheet portrays a violent man with repeat offenses that even included neglecting his animals.Read More...
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With renovations done, library will celebrate re-opening in style

The St. Charles Parish West Regional Library is holding its grand re-opening festivities April 7 and 8, celebrating its return after being closed a year for renovations.Read More...
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Luling man says God directed him towards prison ministry
Luling man says God directed him towards prison ministry
As a child, David Faucheux told his mother that he didn’t know why but he felt he was watching over people – and that is what he’s done.