|New Sarpy murder suspect turns himself in
April 24 at 11:00 am
New Sarpy resident Sidney K. Smith, 22, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 28-year old Warren Sanders last Saturday night.
|Crawfish cook-off will offer more celebrity judges, 3-day festival.
April 24 at 10:47 am
St. Charles Parish’s second annual crawfish cook-off will be bigger in nearly every way this year with three days of festivities, more celebrity judges, carnival rides and nearly 40 boil teams ready to light the fire.
|Deputy blessed by community support.
April 24 at 9:58 am
Just days after being shot three times while directing traffic in Paradis, Cpl. Burt Hazeltine is now home.
|Cpl. Hazeltine surrounded by 'brothers in blue'
April 23 at 4:06 pm
Surrounded by his “brothers in blue,” Cpl. Burt Hazeltine reflected on surviving three gunshot wounds from a man who apparently ambushed him on Highway 90 while directing school traffic a week ago.
|Motorcyclist crashes on I -310
April 22 at 2:00 pm
A motorcyclist crashed on I-310 and was ejected from the saddle, landing in a marsh along the highway on Wednesday around 1 p.m.
|Deputy returns home after shooting
April 21 at 6:23 pm
Cpl. Burt Hazeltine of the St. Charles Sheriff's Office returned home from University Hospital in New Orleans this evening.
| Fugitive in New Sarpy murder in custody
April 20 at 9:03 am
Sidney K. Smith, wanted in connection with Saturday's murder of Warren Sanders of LaPlace, turned himself in to the Nelson Coleman Correctional Center this evening.
|Fugitive is on the run after murder in New Sarpy
April 19 at 3:16 pm
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office is searching for Sidney K. Smith in connection with a homicide that occurred Saturday (April 18) in the 800 block of East Terrace Street in New Sarpy.
|Area groups setting up funds to help Cpl. Burt Hazeltine and his family
April 17 at 2:55 pm
Three area organizations have set up funds to accept donations for St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office's Cpl. Burt Hazeltine who was shot Thursday (April 16) in an apparent ambush shooting while directing school traffic.
|St. Charles Parish clerk responds to audit findings
April 17 at 1:26 pm
A state audit cites the St. Charles Parish Clerk of Court’s office for failing to return lawsuit funds, and lacking adequate controls on credit card expenditures and cash receipts.
|St. Charles Parish - Shelter’s deaf mascot is no ‘Grumpy Cat’
April 17 at 11:46 am
He’s white, fluffy as a toy and gets his picture taken with admirers who want to feature him on their Facebook page.
Meet Razah – the St. Charles Parish Animal Shelter mascot who has his own fans and Facebook page.
|St. Charles Parish Schools rank 3rd in nation
April 17 at 11:44 am
Ranking among top school systems in the nation for use of technology in the classroom, the St. Charles School System accepted the award as confirmation that it’s preparing the “21st century student.”
|Defective turf will be replaced at both Destrehan, Hahnville
April 17 at 11:27 am
Five years after Destrehan and Hahnville high schools spent $2.6 million to install turf football fields, the turf failed and work will soon be underway to replace them.
|Police: Destrehan woman runs down ex with car
April 17 at 11:25 am
A Destrehan woman who got into an argument with her ex-boyfriend tried to resolve the conflict by hitting him with her car.
|Civil War drama films in Paradis
April 17 at 11:23 am
Matthew McConaughey is back in St. Charles Parish filming his new movie, “The Free State of Jones.”
Filming in New Orleans and Lafayette will continue until late May and include scenes with McConaughey in Paradis that require swamp scenes.
|St. Charles Parish Schools $43M tax measure is ‘for our children’
April 17 at 11:19 am
St. Charles Parish school officials are working to persuade voters to pull the lever in favor of a $42 million bond issue on the May 2 ballot.
|St. Charles Parish residents shocked that former DHS teacher will avoid jail
April 17 at 11:15 am
“Disgusting! This is a proven case of ‘who you are and the pull you have with the system!’” Shannon Pugh Polizzi said of Shelley Dufresne’s plea agreement that avoided jail time and having to register as a sex offender.
|John Paul Devillier charged with attempted first-degree murder of a peace officer
April 17 at 10:13 am
John Paul Devillier has been charged with attempted first-degree murder of a peace officer in connection with Thursday's apparent ambush shooting of a St. Charles Parish deputy on U.S. Highway 90 in Paradis.
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• Parish Art Guild names showcase winners
• Chamber hosts congressional ‘drive-in’ visit in River Region
• Festival of Charities crowns 2015-16 royalty to help charitable causes
• River Region Ballet’s new dance studio open in parish
The St. Charles Borromeo Men’s Club is inviting the community to their fundraiser...
A hungry and prepared Jesuit team spoiled host Hahnville’s preseason jamboree...
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Molly the pony is a Sea Biscuit kind of story that offers the hope that anyone can triumph over impossible odds with sheer determination and loving friends.
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