|Suspect in St. Charles Parish deputy shooting pleads not guilty by insanity
August 21 at 11:46 am
John Paul Devillier, who initially plead innocent, has changed his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity in the April 16 shooting of St. Charles Parish deputy Cpl. Burt Hazeltine.
|Two-term St. Charles Parish council member is campaigning for at-large seat
August 14 at 12:14 pm
After serving two terms as District III councilwoman, Wendy Benedetto has announced she will run for council-at-large to represent both sides of the river.
|Longtime School Board president running for St. Charles Parish’s Clerk of Court
August 14 at 12:12 pm
C. H. “Sonny” Savoie of Paradis has announced he is running for St. Charles Parish Clerk of Court.
|St. Charles Parish schools boosting security with app
August 14 at 11:09 am
St. Charles Parish Public Schools has taken another step toward protecting its faculty and students, this time using a boost from technology to do so.
|Army Corps’ $30K black drone tested on Bonnet Carre Spillway
August 14 at 11:06 am
St. Charles Parish was recently used as a testing ground by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a unmanned aircraft drone shot images of and around the Bonnet Carre Spillway.
|More St. Charles students are college bound
August 14 at 11:01 am
Following the state trend, St. Charles Parish students taking Advanced Placement courses for higher education more than doubled this year along with more of them having earned college credits.
|St. Charles Parish aims to become part of ‘super region’ with high-speed rail
August 14 at 10:58 am
With plans made, efforts organized and funding being sought for the Baton Rouge-to-New Orleans rail, the question for St. Charles Parish is if it can get its piece of the “super region.”
|St. Charles Parish DA made strong example of man who ‘stomped’ Chihuahua
August 14 at 10:50 am
St. Charles District Attorney Joel Chiasson II said the five-year sentence handed down to Rashard C. Poche was intended to send a loud message to anyone who might even think of mistreating an animal in the future: it simply will not be tolerated.
|Proposed lake raised ire of residents
August 14 at 10:47 am
Bayou Gauche area residents bombarded the St. Charles Parish Planning Commission with questions about a North Carolina landowner’s permit request to extract minerals on land in the area and turn the hole into a lake for a future residential development.
|Sheriff's Office looking for suspect in Waffle House robbery in Paradis
August 12 at 10:26 am
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for help with identifying a man who recently took cash from a Waffle House in Paradis.
|Access Health Louisiana marks National Health Center Week
August 11 at 1:30 pm
Access Health Louisiana (AHL) is marking National Health Center Week 2015 (NHCW) with a special Voter Registration Drive as well as a Coloring Contest for Children in all its Community Health Centers in seven parishes in south Louisiana.
|Sheriff's Office looking for suspects in Destrehan mailbox damage
August 10 at 11:44 am
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is looking for a silver sedan with two suspects in connection with Saturday’s (Aug. 8) damage of numerous mailboxes in Destrehan.
|Killona man gets 5-year prison sentence for animal cruelty
August 07 at 4:23 pm
Rashard C. Poche, 37, got a five-year prison sentence after he plead guilty to one count of aggravated cruelty to animals for throwing a six-pound Chihuahua named Jojo against the wall.
|Boutte family celebrates 50th anniversary in dental practice
August 07 at 12:15 pm
Glaser Family Practice in Boutte is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and it certainly seems that kind of long term success is no accident.
|Destrehan couple seeks child of their own
August 07 at 12:12 pm
Jamie Byrd has long spent her days caring for children, and those in the greatest of need at that. The Destrehan resident is a nurse in the oncology ward of Children’s Hospital in New Orleans, caring for those battling cancer.
|Precautions taken against brain-eating amoeba in drinking water
August 07 at 12:07 pm
While St. Charles Parish water has not been tested for the “brain-eating amoeba” found in four Louisiana parishes, precautions are being taken to make it an unlikely survivor in the local supply.
|Raised median being installed in Paradis despite controversy
August 07 at 12:04 pm
Black tire tracks left by vehicles rolling over newly laid asphalt along U.S. Highway 90 in Paradis mark the spot of a controversy – the start of work for a raised median in Paradis.
|Viral meningitis ‘outbreak’ cases reported in St. Charles Parish
August 07 at 12:01 pm
St. Charles Parish did have viral meningitis cases related to a recent outbreak in the area, but a state official said an investigation determined the public was not at risk.
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Cochran wins race for St. Charles Parish president - 754 views
Larry Cochran, D-St. Rose, took the lead and kept it for a win as St. Charles Parish president with 8,829 votes over opponent Terry Authement, R-Boutte, who got 6,914 votes in today's runoff race.
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