|Clerk of Court remains positive during battle with throat cancer
November 15 at 9:15 am
Back in mid-August when St. Charles Parish Clerk of Court Lance Marino was shaving, his razor went over a bump in his neck. Little did he know that the small bump would have a huge impact on his life.
|Mother saves children before getting run over
November 15 at 9:11 am
As Merika Hill was walking to church with her two young children last Tuesday evening, she suddenly noticed a truck driving towards them at a high rate of speed along Old Spanish Trail in Des Allemands.
|New EOC loaded with technology, will be able to withstand 200 mph winds
November 14 at 1:55 pm
St. Charles Parish officials opened the doors to a new Emergency Operations Center on Thursday that drastically increases both the space and technology that will be utilized in emergency situations.
|Thief altering checks left in Luling mailboxes
November 14 at 9:05 am
Residents should think twice about sticking a check for their power, water or cable bills in their mailbox, especially if they live in Luling.
|Disqualified bidder wants parish to throw out approved Luling levee contract
November 12 at 2:05 pm
The construction company that turned in the lowest bid for the first phase of the Willowridge Levee, but was later disqualified, is calling for the parish to throw out a contract with another firm who was approved by the state for the work.
|Ormond crossing in Destrehan could be blocked by train for next hour
November 12 at 12:26 pm
The Canadian National Railroad crossing near River Road on Ormond Boulebard in Destrehan will be blocked by train traffic for the next hour due to a delay getting trains into the rail yard.
|School board ruse nets St. Rose scammer jail time
November 08 at 11:36 am
A St. Rose man was sentenced to 35 days in prison after pretending to be an employee of the St. Charles Parish School Board and ordering several laptops.
|Luling man arrested, charged with killing father
November 08 at 10:59 am
A 20-year-old Luling man was arrested Friday morning after police say he shot and killed his father.
|St. John finally accepts $247,000 payment from St. Charles housing
November 08 at 9:00 am
The St. John Housing Authority recently received a large payment from the St. Charles Parish Housing Authority to pay the living expense for former residents who have moved from St. Charles to St. John.
|Schools want to beef up lobbying efforts
November 08 at 8:58 am
The St. Charles Parish School Board is looking at increasing their lobbying efforts from a five-month period to year round under a contract that is currently being discussed with the school system’s lobbyist.
|Pedestrian dies after getting struck by truck near Pier 90
November 08 at 8:57 am
A North Carolina man was killed early Saturday morning after he was struck by a truck near Pier 90 in Luling while walking on Highway 90.
|Despite expected fall in revenues, parish sets aside $25M for levee
November 08 at 8:55 am
The St. Charles Parish Council has wrapped up the last of a series of meetings to discuss the proposed $131 million parish government budget for 2014.
|Antiques, arts and crafts will draw thousands to Destrehan Plantation
November 08 at 8:49 am
More than 120 artists and crafts vendors from throughout the country will peddle their pottery, jewelry, ceramics and fleur de lis items at the 42nd annual Destrehan Plantation Fall Festival this weekend.
|Christmas break extended to 12 school days in proposed calendar
November 08 at 8:48 am
Parish students will get more than two weeks of vacation during Christmas break, and fall break will take place on Monday instead of Friday, if a new school calendar is accepted by the St. Charles Parish School Board.
|16-year-old Destrehan student found unharmed
November 05 at 2:56 pm
A 16-year-old that had been missing since Oct. 29 has been recovered unharmed, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office.
|$2.5 million Luling library renovation delayed
November 01 at 9:07 am
A $2.5 million renovation that will shutter the West Regional Library in Luling for about seven months has been delayed until early next year.
|Police: Woman broke into co-worker’s home, knocked her out
November 01 at 9:04 am
A 27-year-old New Orleans woman was arrested after police say she broke into a co-workers home in Des Allemands, knocked her out with the butt of a rifle and stole items from the residence.
|Councilman will resign after 10 years of service
November 01 at 9:03 am
After 10 years of service on the St. Charles Parish Council, Calyton “Snookie” Faucheux Jr. has announced he will step down from his seat.
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