|Every Bridge Run finisher will receive race medallion
April 04 at 9:04 am
For the first time, every single person who finishes the United Way of St. Charles’ annual Bridge Run on Saturday will receive a special race medallion emblazoned with the Hale Boggs Bridge.
|Leads sought in brutal Des Allemands murder
April 04 at 9:02 am
The last time Des Allemands resident Vicki Toups was seen alive was when she was spotted walking down Highway 90 around midnight the morning of Oct. 11, 2003.
|Woman found wrapped in shower curtain in apparent gas poisoning suicide
April 02 at 1:45 pm
Authorities are investigating an apparent suicide behind a mechanic’s shop in Paradis that is thought to have been caused by gas poisoning.
|Sheriff’s Office expansion includes training center
April 01 at 4:39 pm
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office has broken ground on a $6.5 million building that will include a new training facility.
|Construction shuts down Barton Avenue through May
March 28 at 11:32 am
The abrupt closure of Barton Avenue for road construction that will last through May has raised questions from locals about why prior notice was not given before the busy thoroughfare was shut down.
|Corps delays renovation of slave cemeteries discovered in spillway
March 28 at 11:29 am
The fate of two African American cemeteries that were discovered in 1975 after the opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway should become clearer later this year.
|More than 240 will fight against cancer during fun-filled Relay
March 28 at 11:27 am
More than 240 people representing 20 teams have already signed up to walk around the clock in the battle against cancer during this Saturday’s Relay for Life.
|Poached credit card leads police to stolen trucks
March 28 at 11:21 am
A New Orleans man who was tracked down after using a credit card left inside of a stolen 2012 Chevrolet Silverado may be responsible for several similar truck thefts in St. Charles Parish, police say.
|Controversial ex-gov is early frontrunner for St. Charles’ congressional seat
March 28 at 11:12 am
The race for the 6th Congressional District has quickly become the point of focus for Louisiana’s midterm elections after former Gov. Edwin Edwards announced he would be running for the seat last week.
|Clues still evasive in mysterious murder
March 28 at 11:04 am
It was 1982 when 18-year-old Michael Botsay was found next to the Destrehan Canal, dead from a bullet that entered his head at point blank range at his left temple and exited out his right temple.
|Convicted child rapist eyed in 1978 murder
March 21 at 11:09 am
Nearly 36 years after the skeletal remains of 5-year-old Stephanie Hebert were discovered tied to a tree near the Mississippi River in Taft, a new suspect has emerged in her abduction and murder.
|Council cuts funding to farmers’ market
March 21 at 11:05 am
The German Coast Farmers’ Market was recently forced to take a 10 percent reduction in their subsidy this year after St. Charles Parish Council members raised questions about the market’s funding.
|Parish signs on for railway linking Baton Rouge, New Orleans
March 21 at 10:50 am
A railway that would pass through St. Charles Parish and connect Baton Rouge to New Orleans and the Louis Armstrong International Airport is only a parish away from coming to fruition.
|Residents trash garbage service
March 21 at 10:46 am
Progressive Waste Solutions was the target of criticism for nearly 100 residents who recently took to social media to express complaints about the service provided by the St. Charles Parish trash contractor.
|Policeman turned pastor
March 21 at 10:07 am
McKinley Day, known as Pastor Kenny, was an eight-year veteran of the Louisiana State Police when he was asked to become a pastor at Covenant Church.
|Competency hearing ordered for woman accused of killing 3
March 21 at 10:03 am
A St. Charles Parish judge has ordered doctors to reexamine Jennifer Englade, who was declared unfit to stand trial last year after police say she caused the deaths of three people and an unborn baby in St. Charles Parish.
|Suspected Boutte rapist captured in Tangipahoa Parish
March 19 at 9:27 am
A Boutte man who was wanted in connection with a forcible rape that occurred on March 15 was captured Tuesday in Tangipahoa Parish.
|Barton Avenue in Luling closed through May
March 18 at 4:24 pm
A portion of Barton Avenue in Luling has been closed for road construction that began March 17 and will be ongoing through May.
St. Rose Elementary students in Richard Weerts’ 3rd grade class visited the...
St. Rose Elementary third grade students in Lisa Reeves’ class recently studied...
• This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Sophie”
• This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Simone”
• Luling Volunteer Fire Department officer installation
• New Sarpy Elementary library reading winners
• Candy used to simulate erosion in geological experiment
Two Hahnville High School football players received MVP honors at a five star...
The Destrehan Lady Wildcats dominated East St. John 21-0 on Thursday, but fell to...
• Wildcats beat Tigers, tighten grip on top spot in District 7-5A
• Lady Tigers lock up district title with wins over Thibodaux, Lafourche
• Luling gymnast shines at state meet
• Lady Wildcats crush South Lafourche, beat C. Lafourche
• Tigers win 4 straight on way to 5-1 district record
29 vehicles up for grabs at sheriff’s auction - 1765 views
A 2002 BMW, 1999 Mercedes ML3 and a 2007 Ford F150 are among the 29 vehicles that will be auctioned off by the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office on Saturday.
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