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SCP voters support all four tax proposals
May 02 at 8:23 pm
With 44 precincts reporting, all four tax proposals supporting hurricane levees, sewer system upgrades and expansion, school upgrades including a performing arts center and assistance for ARC of St. Charles have passed in St. Charles Parish.


Longtime St. Charles Hospital CEO is retiring Longtime St. Charles Hospital CEO is retiring
May 01 at 4:30 pm
Federico “Fred” Martinez, chief executive officer of St. Charles Parish Hospital (STCH), has announced today he will retire later this year, capping a 29-year career with the hospital.

Longtime Herald-Guide co-publisher passes away Longtime Herald-Guide co-publisher passes away
May 01 at 2:04 pm
The St. Charles Herald-Guide lost a co-founder, fellow writer and matriarch last Sunday.

Gardner Realtors celebrates top performers at Golden Dome Awards
May 01 at 10:23 am
Girl Scouts Louisiana East honored its adult volunteers at the council’s Annual Meeting on April 18, with special recognition going to a select few.

Satellite Center students tour the Waterford 3 Nuclear Power Plant on April 15, learning about the facility’s security, equipment and emergency procedures.
Students visit Waterford nuclear plant
May 01 at 10:17 am
On April 15, the Satellite Center’s engineering design class visited the Waterford 3 Nuclear Power Plant.

St. Charles Parish voters may not understand importance of levee tax proposal
May 01 at 10:12 am
We are concerned that the general public may not fully realize the importance of the millage election to provide funds for the completion of the West Bank Hurricane Protection Levee and drainage improvements to the East Bank.

Orders, volunteers needed for Cpl. Hazeltine fundraiser Orders, volunteers needed for Cpl. Hazeltine fundraiser
May 01 at 10:08 am
The St. Charles United Methodist Church is taking meal orders for a benefit lunch and dinner for Sheriff’s Officer Cpl. Burt Hazeltine.

Economic secretary facing final session, replacement unknown
May 01 at 10:07 am
Economic Development Secretary Stephen Moret was peppered with questions by members of the Senate Finance Committee last week and offered them a mini-preview of several business issues to be debated in what will be his final session working for the governor.

Peggy Louviere Sanchez Peggy Louviere Sanchez
May 01 at 10:01 am
Peggy Louviere Sanchez, 81 a lifelong resident of Paradis, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, April 26.

Adult volunteers honored Adult volunteers honored
May 01 at 9:59 am
Girl Scouts Louisiana East honored its adult volunteers at the council’s Annual Meeting on April 18, with special recognition going to a select few.

Suspects are innocent until proved guilty in a court of law
May 01 at 9:57 am
Arrests

• Joseph A. Dantin, 46, of 102 Roseland Dr. in Luling was arrested on April 20, and charged with home improvement fraud.

Luling man’s ‘plarn’ helps homeless Luling man’s ‘plarn’ helps homeless
May 01 at 9:53 am
It was Wayne Abadie’s opportunity to work in “plarn,” but also to use this plastic yarn to make mats for homeless people.

Billionaire murder suspect transferred to Killona jail Billionaire murder suspect transferred to Killona jail
May 01 at 9:50 am
HBO documentary figure and murder suspect Robert Durst is coming to St. Charles Parish by way of Federal Marshall escort.

Diane Rochelle and Kacy Kernan - Co-Chair Women of Tea Cup Auction. Helping others is their cup of tea
May 01 at 9:44 am
With the theme of “Live Well, Love Much, Laugh Often,” the St. Charles Women’s Club raised about $23,000 for area nonprofit organizations that directly help area residents.

Lifting weights won’t hold Luling man down Lifting weights won’t hold Luling man down
May 01 at 9:33 am
At 93 years old, Ellis Verdin is an inspiration – literally.

4 bands rock Little Red Church Fest this weekend in Destrehan 4 bands rock Little Red Church Fest this weekend in Destrehan
May 01 at 9:29 am
Food, bands and carnival games will all be featured at this weekend’s Little Red Church Festival.

Hahnville drops second round playoff to Dutchtown, 2-3 Hahnville drops second round playoff to Dutchtown, 2-3
May 01 at 9:26 am
Hahnville’s quest for a state championship came to an end on Sunday when they fell to Dutchtown in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs.

St. Charles Parish voters will decide millions in taxes St. Charles Parish voters will decide millions in taxes
May 01 at 9:20 am
It’s a crowded May 2 ballot with four tax propositions going before St. Charles Parish voters calling for sewer system improvements, a hurricane protection levee, school upgrades with a performing arts center and assistance for the financially-strapped ARC of St. Charles.

HBO sniper series films in St. Charles
HBO sniper series films in St. Charles
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HBO is back in St. Charles Parish filming an eight-part series called “Quarry” that will premiere next year.