|St. Charles Parish Hospital sees spike in flu cases
December 05 at 10:15 am
St. Charles Parish Hospital officials said that verified cases of the flu are already beginning to spike, and in the public schools, 32 cases have been reported.
|Police searching for gunman who tried to kidnap woman from Destrehan home
December 05 at 9:41 am
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is searching for a gunman who entered a Destrehan home, robbed a couple and attempted to kidnap a woman.
|'Explosive' thriller set to rock Hahnville
December 01 at 2:15 pm
Residents living in Hahnville may hear explosions and see smoke and fire as a thriller starring John Goodman films in the area.
|Company plans to drill for gas near Willowdale
November 27 at 12:28 pm
A company’s plans for an exploratory well have hit a wall after residents of the Willowdale subdivision in Luling expressed concerns over the noise and affect to property values.
|Homeless man caught with meth lab in stolen car sentenced to 10 years
November 27 at 12:25 pm
A homeless man who was caught driving a stolen vehicle in Norco filled with the chemicals and equipment needed to make methamphetamine will serve 10 years in jail.
|Hahnville cancer survivor bonds with young girl fighting for her life
November 27 at 12:23 pm
After surviving cancer, a Hahnville makeup artist has forged a special relationship with an 11-year-old now fighting her own long-standing battle against the disease.
|St. Rose woman killed in Thanksgiving hit-and-run
November 27 at 9:30 am
A 25-year-old St. Rose woman was killed early Thanksgiving morning when she was hit by a vehicle on St. Rose Avenue. The driver who hit the woman fled and is being sought by state police.
|Known for producing NFL talent, Hahnville, Destrehan meet in epic quarterfinal
November 27 at 8:00 am
There are only eight football teams left in the Class 5A playoffs and two of those teams hail from St. Charles Parish, which is a remarkable feat considering the fact that 32 teams began their playoff journey three weeks ago.
|ADM files lawsuit over genetically modified corn
November 26 at 12:35 pm
Archer Daniels Midland Co. has sued a Swiss agribusiness because they say that company’s genetically engineered corn has tainted much of the regular corn crop in the United States. That has caused China has rejected shipments of corn from ADM, resulting in “tens of millions of dollars” in losses, ADM said.
|Teens charged with vandalizing Ormond Park
November 26 at 12:34 pm
Two juveniles are accused of causing $3,500 in damage at Ormond Park.
|DHS band will perform in oldest Thanksgiving parade
November 26 at 12:32 pm
The Destrehan High School band will perform a New Orleans medley as part of the nation’s oldest Thanksgiving parade in Philadelphia this Thursday.
|Early life of Des Allemands Navy aquanaut shrouded in secrecy
November 26 at 12:27 pm
Though much of his work for the Navy remains classified, a former Des Allemands resident finally received some long-overdue recognition for his contributions in the private sector as a deep sea diver.
|Destrehan teacher pleads not guilty to sex with student
November 25 at 1:20 pm
Destrehan High School English teacher Shelley Dufresne, who is accused of having sex with a 16-year-old student, pled not guilty to carnal knowledge of a juvenile on Tuesday in St. Charles Parish.
|Early voting begins Saturday
November 21 at 10:32 am
Starting Saturday, St. Charles residents can vote early to decide three local justices of the peace and a U.S. senator.
|St. Charles Parish detective catches 4 men trying to steal street sign
November 21 at 10:31 am
Four out-of-towners were arrested Thursday night after they were caught removing a street sign by a detective who happened to be driving in the area.
|Candidate thinks opponent should be disqualified
November 21 at 10:30 am
A justice of the peace candidate might face censure, or worse, pending a ruling from the Louisiana Supreme Court’s Judiciary Commission.
|Volunteers breathe new life into park by helping replace cut-down trees
November 21 at 10:28 am
Nearly 30 hazardous trees were removed from Luling’s Rathborne Park in September, but an industrial gasses company stepped in to make sure that residents will enjoy plenty of shade in the future.
|Council members say they never use texts to solicit votes during meetings
November 21 at 10:27 am
The Louisiana attorney general’s office recently ruled that it is against the law for St. Charles Parish Council members to text each other instructions on how to vote during public meetings, despite the fact that there is no evidence of any council member ever doing so.
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• Former HHS QB named Player of Year
• Turnovers plague Destrehan championship loss
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Book Review “The Hit” - 961 views
Do you want the ultimate high? One week with nothing to lose, but there is one catch. After the amazing week, the victim dies a slow painful death. That is the great adventure that Adam and Lizzie take. With all of that comes the ups and downs of young love with a few bizarre twists in between.