|Luling church leaves denomination in row over sex lives of clergy members
July 12 at 10:50 am
First Union Presbyterian Church in Luling is in the process of being removed from their denominational governing body due to their opposition to the organization’s decision to loosen church rules pertaining to the sex lives of clergy members.
|Federal ruling clears way for Willowridge levee construction
July 11 at 2:31 pm
A federal judge has ruled in St. Charles Parish’s favor regarding a conservation easement that has held up construction of the Willowridge levee in Luling.
|Motorcyclist fired 2 shots at car, police say
July 11 at 10:28 am
Two men were driving down Mockingbird Lane in St. Rose’s Preston Hollow neighborhood when they say a motorcycle swerved past them and the driver fired two shots into their vehicle.
|Sheriff launches internal investigation after prisoner escapes from parish jail
July 10 at 8:10 am
When Charles Conrad III escaped from the Nelson Coleman Correctional Center early last Tuesday morning he received help from another inmate and family members, but it may have been lack of oversight by prison staff that made it easier for him to break out of the facility to begin with.
|Boutte man to be featured in reality TV series
July 06 at 7:40 am
A local hunter is currently filming episodes for a reality TV series set in St. Charles Parish.
|Gomez-Walker named new superintendent
July 05 at 7:30 pm
The St. Charles Parish School Board did not have to look far to find the successor to Dr. Rodney Lafon when they named assistant superintendent Felecia Gomez-Walker as the new superintendent of St. Charles Parish Public Schools.
|Man who raped ex-wife, caused manhunt sentenced
July 05 at 3:45 pm
A 30-year-old Des Allemands man was sentenced to 15 years in jail after pleading guilty to forcibly raping his ex-wife in 2010.
|Sunset Drainage District improvement stripped of funds
July 05 at 9:10 am
The Parish Council unanimously passed an ordinance to assess projects that must be undertaken to fully enclose the Sunset Drainage District levee system.
|Parish council lifts ban on fireworks
July 05 at 7:13 am
The St. Charles Parish Council voted 5-2 to overturn a ban on fireworks for four days a year during the 4th of July and New Year’s holidays.
|Escapee from Nelson Coleman Correctional Facility apprehended after 11 hours
July 02 at 8:24 pm
A prisoner who escaped from the Nelson Coleman Correctional Facility early Tuesday morning was free for about 11 hours before being apprehended later that afternoon.
|Spectacular fireworks, live band set for Independence Day celebration
July 02 at 6:12 pm
St. Charles Parish will hold its 23rd annual Independence Day Celebration from 6 until 9 p.m. on Wednesday, July 3 at the West Bank Bridge Park.
|Waggaman man now charged with 9 parish home burglaries
June 28 at 11:17 am
A 29-year-old Waggaman man has now been charged with nine home burglaries that occurred in Luling and Ama in May and early June.
|FEMA delays flood rate release, again
June 28 at 11:15 am
New FEMA flood insurance rates that were originally set for release on July 1 have been delayed once again, according to St. Charles Parish officials.
|Woman charged with having sex with teen
June 28 at 11:09 am
A 28-year-old woman was arrested after allegedly having sex with a 15-year-old boy, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.
|Parish hopes for favorable judgement in lawsuit holding up Willowridge levee
June 28 at 11:03 am
St. Charles Parish officials are hopeful that a federal court will rule in their favor in the next few weeks regarding a conservation easement that has held up construction of the Willowridge levee in Luling.
|NOPD officer fired after writing worthless check in St. Rose
June 28 at 5:08 am
A New Orleans police officer was fired after authorities recently discovered that he wrote a bad check to a St. Rose air conditioning supply company in 2004.
|Real estate sales boom, despite flood insurance crisis
June 27 at 1:10 pm
Despite the negative effect the uncertainty over impending flood insurance rates is having on some areas of St. Charles Parish’s real estate market, the overall outlook is good according to local realtors and government officials.
|Arrest (June 27)
June 27 at 11:30 am
•Benjamin R. Gedert, 33, of 324 Labarre Drive in Metairie, was arrested on June 17 and charged with DWI.
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Even though the Destrehan offense struggled to stay in sync Friday night, the Wildcats still had enough firepower to ease into the quarterfinals of the Class 5A state playoffs with a 34-7 victory over Ruston.
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