|Dog tossed from I-310 finds home in New Jersey
November 20 at 9:30 am
The pit bull thrown from I-310 into the swamp beneath in early October has found a new home, and her story a happy ending.
|Parish asking for info on 'gasoline dumping' in Luling stormwater
November 19 at 3:41 pm
St. Charles Parish is asking for information about "gasoline dumping" in the stormwater along Courville street in Luling.
|Des Allemands man pronounced dead after two vehicle crash
November 16 at 9:14 am
Two vehicles were involved in a fatal crash on US 90 at Schmill Street in Boutte Sunday night at approximately 4:45 p.m. according to Louisiana State Police.
|Parish President candidates address business, industry growth
November 16 at 7:00 am
What will you do to promote growth for both local businesses and industry in St. Charles Parish?
|Parish President candidates discuss importance of communication
November 16 at 7:00 am
Communication has often been cited as a key issue when it comes to making sure the parish council, the parish president and the many parish departments work together efficiently and effectively. If elected, what will you institute to ensure good communication between parish governmental agencies?
|Parish President candidates address department heads
November 16 at 7:00 am
Do you feel the parish’s current department heads have done a good job under the V.J. St. Pierre administration? Why or why not? Do you plan to make any major changes to the administration if you were elected parish president?
|Slidell man charged in taking $80K in Motiva pipe
November 13 at 3:36 pm
A Slidell man was recently arrested and charged with stealing $83,000 worth of equipment from the Norco Manufacturing Complex, which consists of Shell and Motiva.
|Police seek suspects in Bent's RV robbery
November 13 at 3:31 pm
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is using CrimeStoppers to aid detectives investigating a burglary that occurred Sept. 23 at Bent RV on Boutte along U.S. Highway 90.
|Willowdale area well approved with concessions by council
November 13 at 3:07 pm
Houston Energy LLP’s natural gas well proposed in the Willowdale area that had been stalled by opponents worked out an agreement that cleared the way for the project.
|St. Charles students build bridges and careers
November 13 at 3:04 pm
Even after the students had worked their best theory and calculations for the Satellite Center’s engineering design competition, teacher Carlos Mayoral said many of them were still surprised over how well their bridges worked.
|Over $32M in state road work started, coming to St. Charles Parish
November 13 at 2:50 pm
More than $32 million in state road projects are underway or will soon begin.
|River Parishes fest offers rides, music, food
November 13 at 2:47 pm
Boasting great music, tasty food and a lively crowd, there’s plenty of fun to be had at the 45th annual River Parishes Fall Festival this weekend.
|Minister makes stop in St. Charles on nationwide tour
November 13 at 2:44 pm
A man kneeled alongside U.S. Highway 90 last Wednesday in Boutte as cars whirred past, cars that undoubtedly held drivers and passengers who turned their heads to see the image he painted for them: dressed in red, from head to toe, and carrying a giant red cross to match.
|St. Charles library upgrade could require 8-month closure
November 13 at 2:40 pm
The long proposed renovation of the West Regional Library in Luling should get underway in early 2016.
|Parish President candidates talk about experience, qualifications
November 13 at 10:14 am
In closing, what are your biggest accomplishments and what uniquely qualifies you to be parish president?
|Parish President candidates talk about budget
November 13 at 10:12 am
How do you anticipate the parish budget changing in the coming years in both funding and expenditures? If you have excess revenue, what will you plan to do with it? If the budget has a decrease in revenue in future years, where do you believe the parish can make budget cuts?
|Parish President candidates talk about future challenges
November 13 at 10:10 am
Besides levees and drainage issues, what’s the biggest challenge the parish faces and how will you meet that challenge?
|Parish President candidates discuss drainage issues
November 13 at 10:09 am
What do you feel are our most pressing drainage issues?
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Destrehan Plantation ends longtime fest - 2253 views
Last weekend’s Destrehan Plantation festival marked the end of a 44-year tradition that funded the historic house’s restoration, but the site’s growth and expansion signaled the time for a big change.
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