|Firefighters question use of department vehicles
November 01 at 9:00 am
Some firefighters are criticizing the budget decisions of local volunteer fire departments, specifically the daily use of fire department vehicles by chiefs and assistant chiefs.
|Decades of hard work pay off for St. Rose ‘Money Maker’
November 01 at 8:53 am
For Glen Smith, 61, the journey from a young boy growing up in the River Parishes to a business community leader began when he was 12 years old. Those years of hard work recently paid off when Smith was honored as a “2013 Money Maker” by New Orleans CityBusiness.
|St. Charles school district gets ‘A’ rating for first time
November 01 at 8:51 am
St. Charles Parish Public Schools has been recognized as one of the state’s elite school systems after earning an “A” performance grade rating for the first time.
|3-year-old killed after being run over by dump truck in St. Rose
October 31 at 12:09 pm
A 3-year-old boy was killed yesterday after he was run over by a dump truck that was backing into a parking spot in St. Rose.
|Destrehan forced to forfeit win, five assistant coaches disciplined
October 30 at 3:19 pm
The Louisiana High School Athletic Association has announced five coaches on Destrehan’s football staff have been disciplined and the program must forfeit its last win.
|DHS football coaches suspended amid spying allegations
October 30 at 10:24 am
Members of the Destrehan High School football staff have been suspended after they were accused of hacking into a website containing detailed information on the South Lafourche High School football program prior to last Friday’s game.
|Report: DHS football under investigation for cheating
October 29 at 5:24 pm
According to the Shreveport Times, the Louisiana High School Athletic Association is looking into allegations that a member of the Destrehan High School football staff cheated to give the team an advantage before Friday’s game against South Lafourche.
|Parish tosses out 4 of 6 construction bids for Willowridge Levee
October 29 at 3:33 pm
Despite the fact that four of the six construction bids for the first phase of the Willowridge Levee were disqualified, the parish will still get a bargain if a contract with Southern Delta Construction, LLC is approved by the St. Charles Parish Council.
|Gunmen rob Boutte card game
October 25 at 9:47 am
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is searching for two armed gunman who robbed a card game in Boutte Estates late last night.
|Luling Presbyterian, Methodist churches will combine services
October 25 at 9:19 am
The final worship service at the Luling United Methodist Church in Luling will be held on Sunday, Nov. 3. After that, the church will move into a unique partnership with a different denomination.
|Most St. Charles bridges are in good condition
October 25 at 9:18 am
Louisiana is one of the worst states in the country when it comes to bridge upkeep, however, St. Charles Parish is one of the better parishes statewide when is comes to bridge maintenance.
|Basketball, business welcomed at Luling community center
October 25 at 9:17 am
St. Charles Parish officials showed off a $10.5 million community center that is designed to withstand 130 mile-per-hour winds and includes basketball and volleyball courts in addition to meeting rooms.
|Council OKs $50 million Bunge project
October 25 at 9:15 am
The St. Charles Parish Council unanimously approved a zoning change for a portion of property owned by Bunge North America in Destrehan that will allow the grain elevator to begin construction of a $50 million upgrade at the facility.
|Destrehan Plantation used as backdrop for TV thriller
October 25 at 9:13 am
Destrehan Plantation will serve as the backdrop for the fifth episode of “Ravenswood,” a television series that will appear on ABC Family.
|Destrehan is only library in state where kids can ‘Discover Earth’ through unique exhibit
October 25 at 9:11 am
A traveling science exhibit that includes an interactive magic globe, 42-inch multi-touch computer, animal specimens and educational games opened at the East Regional Library last weekend and will run until the end of the year.
|Police still searching for answers in Norco murder
October 25 at 9:09 am
Jay Bertucci was shot to death in his Norco apartment last December, but nearly a year later no arrests have been made in the case and the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is still awaiting further information on the crime.
|Mother of disabled boy on mission to build all-inclusive playground
October 25 at 9:01 am
When Benjamin Sirmon was born twenty months ago, it was obvious early on that something was wrong.
|Woman charged with negligent homicide after Luling wreck
October 24 at 10:02 am
A 35-year-old Thibodaux woman was arrested and charged with negligent homicide after State Police say she caused a crash that led to the death of a Paradis man last night on Paul Maillard Road in Luling.
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Ryan Lambert has fished in St. Charles Parish his entire life and he does not like what he sees happening in the Lake Cataouatche area.
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