|Humane Society Pet of the Week: Cody
April 17 at 12:56 pm
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Cody the dog.
|United Way of St. Charles holds largest campaign in 60-year history, raises $2.8 million
April 17 at 12:37 pm
United Way of St. Charles announced at their Victory Celebration on March 12, having raised $329,614 more than this time last year.
|German Coast Farmer’s Market annual Spring Plant Exchange
April 17 at 12:30 pm
The German Coast Farmer’s Market will hold its annual Spring Plant Exchange.
|Luling student wins national award
April 17 at 12:24 pm
Gabrielle Cantelli of Luling will receive national recognition as a winner of a Scholastic Art & Writing award.
|Food for thought
April 17 at 12:14 pm
With every bag of food given to those in need at the Matthew 23:35 Food Pantry, Mary Anne Schindler kept thinking about ways to help those in need help themselves even more.
|Luling student to perform in ‘Big Fish’ production
April 10 at 9:30 am
Charis Gullage of Luling, a 12th-grader with the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) Theatre Arts: Musical Division.
|Humane Society Pet of the Week: Ivy
April 10 at 9:21 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Ivy the cat.
|Senior Library Show
April 10 at 9:14 am
The St. Charles Art Guild Community Outreach project for seniors was held at the St. Charles Parish Council on Aging Senior Center-New Sarpy.
|Going Green - Easy tips for gardening, flowers and the lawn
April 10 at 8:51 am
Spring’s burst of colors and warmer temperatures draw many people outside to the garden and flower beds, but getting it right means working with nature.
|Proclamation asks St. Charles Parish to ‘Geaux Blue’ in April
April 02 at 2:21 pm
Child Advocacy Services (CAS) received a proclamation from Parish President V.J.St. Pierre Jr. and the St. Charles Parish Council for Child Abuse Prevention Month for the month of April.
|Prom of Champions continues
April 02 at 1:53 pm
The charity event, going on its fifth year in New Orleans has been financially supported by G. Smith Motorsports for the past four years.
|Turner wins scholarship
April 02 at 1:26 pm
Julian J. Turner has been selected as the winner of a National Achievement $2,500 Scholarship.
|Getting ready for this year’s Easter egg hunts and services
April 02 at 1:02 pm
First Baptist Church of Luling
April 5 - 6:45 a.m. Easter Sunday - community sunrise service on West Bridge Park levee. Free breakfast at 7:30 p.m. with location TBA at sunrise service.
|Students conduct the Satellite Center electric art show
April 02 at 12:47 pm
On March 5th, the Engineering Design class conducted its Electric Art Show.
|St. Charles Parish's Teacher of the Year
March 26 at 5:25 pm
Three St. Charles Parish Public Schools teachers were recently named the top educators in their divisions by the school district.
|Hahnville Girl Scout Troop 20554 earns Silver award
March 20 at 8:22 am
Girl Scout Cadettes Hailey Dinkins, Catelyn Errington and Margo Matherne in Hahnville Troop 20554 earned the Girl Scout Silver Award, the highest award a registered Girl Scout Cadette in grades 6-8 can achieve.
|LSU AgCenter expands research for most popular flower - the rose
March 20 at 8:13 am
Roses continue to be among the most popular flowering plants in Louisiana landscapes, and the LSU AgCenter is expanding its rose research and demonstration trials at the AgCenter Hammond Research Station and the AgCenter Botanical Gardens at Burden.
|Longtime ‘Voice of the LaBranche Wetlands’ is Rotary of St. Charles’ Citizen of the Year
March 20 at 8:05 am
Considered “the voice of the LaBranche Wetlands” for more than 40 years, Milton L. Cambre has been named the Rotary Club of St. Charles Parish’s Citizen of the Year.
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• Parish chief administrative officer earns LSU economic developer certification
• Kevel Byrd is Luling Elementary’s 2014 Regional Student of the Year, also a District Student winner in St. Charles Parish
• FBC of Luling attends Bible Camp
• Dressing for success for school
• Humane Society Pet of the Week: Huck
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Millions could be lost with tax credit cut in SCP - 620 views
With St. Charles Parish being the second largest collector of inventory taxes in Louisiana, officials are bracing for the impact of a 25 percent cut in the state’s tax credit or reimbursement to the companies that pay them on the local level.
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