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New Orleans man accused of raping and kidnapping Norco woman

A New Orleans man accused of kidnapping and raping a Norco woman before allegedly throwing her out of his vehicle on I-10 has been arrested.
February 02 at 2:57 pm

DHS teacher-student sex cases are part of national ‘epidemic,’ expert says

Multiple teacher-student sex cases at Destrehan High School could be a “culture problem,” but these cases are more likely part of a national epidemic, according to a national expert.Read More...
January 29 at 3:13 pm

HHS academic coach helps athletes step up game in class

When Hahnville coach Nick Saltaformaggio sought help for a talented player struggling academically a year ago, he had a good idea of where to turn.Read More...
January 29 at 2:53 pm

Serving up success at Rye Canteen

After years of running businesses for others, Barrett Roberts decided to give up sitting behind a desk and do something he’s always wanted to do – open his own restaurant.Read More...
January 29 at 2:32 pm

Cochran keeps most of previous staff intact

Calling it “an honor” to announce executive staff and department heads, new St. Charles Parish President Larry Cochran is laying the groundwork for his first administration.Read More...
January 29 at 2:29 pm

Boutte man accused of stalking, exposing himself

A Boutte man was arrested last week and charged with exposing himself to a female acquaintance. Read More...
January 29 at 2:28 pm

Community, ‘Angels’ mourn Luling boy who succumbs to rare genetic disorder

At a candlelight vigil held for Alex Oxford in Luling Friday, the family was astounded by the outpouring of love from people throughout the area who came to light a candle in memory of the once lively boy stricken by a rare genetic disorder called X-ALD.Read More...
January 29 at 2:25 pm

Corps begins reclosing spillway

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is gradually reclosing 200 bays of the Bonnet Carre’ Spillway, making way for the much anticipated fishing and crawfishing bounty expected with area flooding.Read More...
January 29 at 2:23 pm

Bridge work drastically changes plans for popular United Way race

While the Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge will not be available for the United Way of St. Charles’ 20th Annual Bridge Run/Walk, those seeking to participate have no need to cancel those plans. Read More...
January 29 at 2:21 pm

Rare genetic disorder gives Luling child chronic hunger

Luling’s Kelly Robbins was often told her daughter, Kylar, wouldn’t be able to experience the kind of happy life any mother dreams of for her child. Read More...
January 29 at 2:19 pm

Sheriff says DOTD traffic plan will worsen bridge congestion

With road upgrade work on the Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge to begin Sunday, St. Charles Parish Sheriff Greg Champagne chastised the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) for excluding local agencies from providing input in a traffic re-routing plan that could cause substantial additional traffic congestion.Read More...
January 29 at 2:01 pm

Body of man from capsized boat identified

The body of a man lost when his workboat capsized in the Mississippi River near the Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge on Dec. 30 has been identified as Jayme Swafford, 36, of Hammond.
January 29 at 10:28 am

Sheriff’s Office warns of fake $100 bills circulating

Fake hundred dollar bills have been circulating after a Hahnville High School student purchased them over the internet and distributed them at school as part of an apparent joke Tuesday, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.Read More...
January 28 at 2:00 pm

New General Manager Brett Woltjen leads Norco Manufacturing Complex

It feels like home.

Brett Woltjen doesn’t hesitate when asked about his recent appointment as Norco Manufacturing Complex (NMC) general manager and relocation to Louisiana. Settling in just in time for king cake, carnival and the opening of the Bonnet Carre’ Spillway in early January, Woltjen was quickly introduced to a few facets of life in the Pelican State. It’s not all that new to him, however. Read More...
January 22 at 3:08 pm

St. Rose man convicted of arson, cocaine distribution gets 10 years

A St. Rose man accused of intentionally burning down his home was sentenced this month to 10 years in prison.Read More...
January 22 at 2:50 pm

‘Mirror Mirror’ wins St. Charles Herald-Guide's $500 prize

It was just the perfect shot for Diane Rochelle and the winning one in the 2015 St. Charles Herald-Guide’s Camera Shootout Contest.Read More...
January 22 at 2:29 pm

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