|Report: Deputy killed in Luling crash was traveling 90 mph, activated emergency lights right before impact
January 17 at 5:29 pm
A St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s deputy who was killed in a wreck on Paul Maillard last year was traveling 90 miles per hour at the time of impact, not wearing his seat belt and did not have his emergency lights or sirens activated until .88 seconds before the crash, according to a report obtained from the Louisiana State Police through a public information request by The St. Charles Herald-Guide.
|Courthouse entrance closes to add X-ray machine, metal detector
January 17 at 10:06 am
The St. Charles Parish Courthouse entrance near the Tax Collector’s Office will close from Jan. 27 until May 27 for the creation of a security checkpoint.
|Rental rates set for meetings, parties at community center
January 17 at 10:05 am
Rental rates have been set for the new St. Charles Parish community center that allow the $10.5 million facility to be used by the public for wedding receptions, concerts and meeting space.
|Supreme Court rules that 3 locals serving life in jail will not have cases reviewed
January 17 at 10:04 am
The Louisiana Supreme Court has decided that those serving life sentences for crimes committed when they were juveniles will not receive a mandatory review of their cases.
|Plans underway to build heliport near Luling schools
January 17 at 10:02 am
Plans are underway for construction of heliport that would be located near I-310 in Luling.
|Teens booked with armed robbery after ambushing drug dealer, police say
January 17 at 10:01 am
Four teens were arrested on Jan. 7 and charged with armed robbery after they were accused of luring a Metairie drug dealer to a Norco park and attacking him, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.
|3 plead guilty in connection with prison escape
January 17 at 9:59 am
A St. Charles Parish inmate and two others who were charged with aiding his escape last July have all pled guilty in connection with the crime.
|Destrehan twins bring curbside recycling back to St. Charles
January 17 at 9:57 am
A new name has popped up in the recycling business in St. Charles Parish as a pair of twin brothers from Destrehan have their sights set on turning the parish green.
|18 local industries looking to fill job openings at fair
January 17 at 9:56 am
Job seekers will get face-to-face with 18 local industry representatives who are hiring workers for high-paying jobs at the Louisiana Workforce Job Fair on Thursday, Jan. 23.
|Kitchen destroyed in late night fire at Luling restaurant
January 17 at 9:31 am
The kitchen at Sailfish Food and Spirits restaurant in Luling was destroyed and the inside of the building suffered heavy smoke damage in a fire late Thursday night.
|14 vie to lead HHS football program
January 17 at 9:05 am
The effort to find a replacement for longtime Hahnville High School head football coach Lou Valdin is underway after 14 candidates were interviewed by a selection committee earlier this week.
|Armed robbery victim clears man arrested for crime
January 16 at 10:41 am
A man who was arrested as an accomplice to armed robbery has been cleared of any involvement in the crime.
|Sheriff expects arrest in 'near future' in connection with Luling car break-ins
January 16 at 10:07 am
St. Charles Parish Sheriff Greg Champagne said his office expects to make an arrest in the near future in connection with 13 car break-ins that occurred in Luling on Tuesday night.
|13 Luling vehicles broken into Tuesday night
January 15 at 12:45 pm
Deputies are scouring the Willowdale neighborhood in Luling in response to 13 vehicle break-ins that occurred last night.
|River Road in Norco closed for 12 hours on Saturday
January 10 at 10:38 am
River Road in Norco will close completely at the Valero St. Charles Refinery on Saturday, Jan. 11 from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.
| After complaints, new laws define debris garbage contractor must pick up
January 10 at 9:07 am
St. Charles Parish Council members say complaints about debris pickup have fallen off after new laws were introduced that defined exactly what the parish’s garbage contractor must pick up from yards around the parish.
|Luling man sentenced to 20 years after third strike
January 10 at 9:05 am
A habitual offender who is alleged to have terrorized a Luling neighborhood by committing several crimes, including attempted murder, recently received 20 years in prison after receiving a third conviction for drug possession.
|Parish will pick up Christmas trees for use in Bayou Gauche
January 10 at 9:03 am
Christmas trees that were nestled inside homes for the holidays will soon begin a new journey to the wetlands where they will help stop coastal erosion.
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Luling slugger inducted into Loyola Hall of Fame - 746 views
A pillar of the St. Charles Parish community was recently inducted into the hall of fame at a local university on the merits of his baseball play in the late 1950s and early 1960s.