Slidell man pleads guilty to stealing over $80K from Shell complex to make crawfish burners

A Slidell man pleaded guilty to stealing more than $80,000 of materials and equipment from Norco Manufacturing Complex that he used to make and sell crawfish burners.Read More...
June 21 at 2:00 am

Parish preparing for potential tropical storm

St. Charles Parish has issued an alert announcing it is opening sandbagging stations tomorrow (Tuesday) as it goes into storm preparation mode for a tropical storm potentially headed for Louisiana.Read More...
June 19 at 6:52 pm

Ms. Pat’s ‘Tiny Library’ is her living legacy

When "Ms. Pat's Tiny Library" went up in St. Rose on May 20, it was the heartwarming highlight of Patricia Moulin's memorial and 91 years of living.Read More...
June 14 at 9:00 am

Activities center with arcade, sensory room opens for kids with special needs

Lori Bercegeay has long had a vision - and she's brought it to reality. Read More...
June 14 at 7:00 am

Ochsner takes over Luling urgent care

Expanding the reach of care it can provide its patients was the catalyst for Ochsner’s recent acquisition of MHM (Millennium Health Management) Urgent Care, which includes an office in Luling. Read More...
June 14 at 6:00 am

Once injured dog is now child ‘therapist’ at the courthouse

It wasn't that long ago that Shadow the dog could not stand at all, recovering from severe injuries after being hit by a car.Read More...
June 14 at 6:00 am

Montz residents question industrial growth’s impact on community

When Shannie Marie Borne saw St. Charles Parish's signs posted in Montz announcing a rezoning request that would clear the way for a gas compressor station in their residential community, she started circulating a petition opposing it.Read More...
June 14 at 6:00 am

Luling's ‘little warrior’ is fighting rare condition

For DeeDee Comardelle, finding out she was having twins was like having an out of body experience.Read More...
June 14 at 5:00 am

Echoe, where are you?

Vicki Matherne often looks up to the sky in hopes of catching a glimpse of her beloved, lost pet Echoe. Read More...
June 14 at 4:00 am

St. Charles citizens advised to stay vigilant entering hurricane season

In light of the start of hurricane season last week, St. Charles Parish has made a major effort to prepare its residents for any potential emergency it may cause. Read More...
June 14 at 3:00 am

ATV riders sought in damage to Willowdale levee

St. Charles Parish officials are advising residents to avoid using all terrain vehicles (ATVs) near the sites of the West Hurricane Protection Levee after sections were damaged near the Willowdale Pump Station in Luling this week.
June 09 at 1:21 pm

Family Dollar will open store in Hahnville

Hankins Development has broken ground for a Family Dollar Store in Hahnville.Read More...
June 07 at 2:37 pm

Trump’s proposed budget could cost parish $1.4M in revenue

If the Trump administration ends sharing Gulf of Mexico oil and gas royalties with Gulf states including Louisiana as proposed, St. Charles Parish could lose $1.4 million a year beginning next year.Read More...
June 07 at 2:35 pm

Teacher fighting leukemia in ‘high spirits’ with help from supporters

For the many people whose lives have been touched by Boutte Christian Academy teacher Lisa Barlow, her recent leukemia diagnosis was a devastating blow. Read More...
June 07 at 2:28 pm

Members team up to reopen Grand Ridge pool

It was a nostalgic and exciting day for the many people who took a dip in the sparkling waters of the newly reopened swimming pool at Grand Ridge Country Club on Memorial Day.Read More...
June 07 at 2:17 pm

Virus attacking crawfish crop, drives local prices higher

Crawfish and Louisiana are synonymous with one another, and it’s a relationship that runs much deeper than semantics: it’s estimated that more than 7,000 people depend, directly or indirectly, on the crawfish industry, which contributes more than $300 million to the state’s economy.Read More...
June 07 at 2:13 pm

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Former teacher, husband plead guilty to running a meth lab in Luling
Former teacher, husband plead guilty to running a meth lab in Luling
Ryan and Kristy Allen, the husband and wife indicted earlier this year on the accusation they established a meth lab at their Luling home where they reside with their seven-year-old child, each pleaded guilty to a charge of operation of a clandestine laboratory.