|Parish President candidates talk about budget
November 13 at 10:12 am
How do you anticipate the parish budget changing in the coming years in both funding and expenditures? If you have excess revenue, what will you plan to do with it? If the budget has a decrease in revenue in future years, where do you believe the parish can make budget cuts?
|Parish President candidates talk about future challenges
November 13 at 10:10 am
Besides levees and drainage issues, what’s the biggest challenge the parish faces and how will you meet that challenge?
|Parish President candidates discuss drainage issues
November 13 at 10:09 am
What do you feel are our most pressing drainage issues?
|Parish President candidates talk about plan to finish levee system
November 13 at 10:08 am
How do you plan to complete the levee system in St. Charles Parish?
|Parish President candidates discuss working with Corps, DOTD
November 13 at 10:07 am
What would you do to improve the parish’s relationship with the Corps of Engineers and DOTD to get more parish projects done?
|Parish President candidates discuss future of parish recreation
November 13 at 10:05 am
Parish recreation is always a hot topic for St. Charles Parish residents. What specific recreational projects need to be addressed?
|Parish President candidates talk about transparency
November 13 at 10:03 am
How important is transparency in local government? Do you believe in being personally accessible to members of the public and the press?
|St. Charles Parish DA asks for $2.6M annex
November 13 at 8:59 am
In an effort to centralize operations and cut costs, St. Charles Parish District Attorney Joel Chaisson II has asked the parish government for a $2.6 million annex.
|Teddy Cares drive gives kids a smile
November 06 at 11:33 am
Those interested in putting a smile on a child’s face this holiday season can do so by joining the annual Teddy Cares teddy bear drive.
|St. Charles Community Health Center working on childhood obesity program that could go national
November 06 at 11:31 am
Faced with an alarming nationwide rise in childhood obesity, the St. Charles Community Health Center is seeking funding to develop a program with the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge that could become the national standard toward addressing the problem.
|Skywarn trainee has his eye on the sky in storm readiness
November 06 at 11:27 am
Eric Zammit has had what he calls an “extreme” interest in weather as long as he can remember.
|Destrehan man accused of murder set for trial
November 06 at 11:26 am
The trial of a Destrehan man charged with stabbing his live-in girlfriend to death has been set for Feb. 2, 2016.
|St. Rose fire department helps man battle cancer
November 06 at 11:19 am
The St. Rose Volunteer Fire Department will hold a spaghetti dinner fundraiser on Friday, Nov. 13, in support of St. Rose’s Mack Saucier in his fight against cancer.
|Charges dropped against Marrero man in alleged rape of Luling woman
November 06 at 11:18 am
Charges brought against a Marrero man accused in July of raping a Luling woman were recently dropped, officially closing the case.
|Eyes 24/7 on criminals
November 06 at 11:16 am
When Destrehan residents awoke one morning last year to find their mailboxes damaged, footage from surveillance cameras provided the leads that resulted in arrests.
|Early voting starting on Nov. 7
November 06 at 11:10 am
Early voting is approaching with the Nov. 21 general election in sight and runoffs for the St. Charles Parish president and Council District 5 races.
|United Way's health program could change lives
November 06 at 11:07 am
United Way of St. Charles wants to help people change their lives.
|State film industry could have sad ending
November 06 at 11:04 am
An unnerving lull suddenly gave way to a flurry of film work for Gary Huckabay, who certainly welcomed the production jobs although he believes some of them are overflow projects from Atlanta, Ga.
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