|St. Charles Parish's K-9 unit putting the bite in crime
September 11 at 9:34 am
A highly regarded and decorated St. Charles Parish officer sits in wait for his next assignment, and the stakes could once again be high. Nullifying a bomb threat, perhaps, or maybe apprehending a dangerous criminal on the run.
|Mega-port under question
September 11 at 9:30 am
If the recently announced Louisiana International Deepwater Gulf Transfer Terminal Authority (LIGTT) offshore mega-port sends more business to the Port of South Louisiana, Paul Aucoin said he’s all for it.
|St. Charles Parish feels the oil price plunge
September 11 at 9:24 am
If oil prices continue to fall, St. Charles Parish tax revenue could be significantly affected by 2016 because of the way it’s assessed and how much petroleum is stored.
|St. Charles Sheriff targets 36 dealers in sting
September 11 at 8:56 am
An 11-month undercover operation by the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office came to an end last week, as it announced the arrests of 36 suspects linked to street-level drug trade.
|With qualifying deadline over, St. Charles Parish candidates ready for Oct. 24 election
September 10 at 5:07 pm
With the qualifying period ending today (Sept. 17), St. Charles Parish has four candidates running for parish president in the Oct. 24 election.
|St. Charles Parish still has several candidates running unopposed
September 09 at 3:06 pm
With one day left to qualify as a candidate for the Oct. 24 election primary, St. Charles Parish still has several offices with no opposition.
|St. Charles Parish has several races with no opposition
September 09 at 12:55 pm
With 1-1/2 days remaining to qualify for the Oct. 24 election primary, the St. Charles Parish races have several offices without opposition.
|Dunn scores twice to lead Hahnville past Woodlawn
September 05 at 12:03 am
Hahnville needed to show some mettle offensively after a preseason that saw the Tigers struggle mightily on that side of the ball, and at Woodlawn Friday night, it did just that to score a 24-14 victory over the host Panthers.
|Destrehan stops Slidell rally to notch 33-23 victory
September 04 at 11:47 pm
Destrehan saw a 26 point second half lead cut to three at Slidell Friday night, but held on for a 33-23 opening week victory.
|Chicken blood sample tests positive for West Nile Virus in Ama and Taft
September 04 at 4:52 pm
The Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory has confirmed a sentinel chicken flock blood sample collected on Aug. 26 in Ama and July 29 in Taft as positive for West Nile Virus.
|Ormond Plantation chef to be featured on national TV series
September 04 at 3:24 pm
Flip My Food cameras were recently rolling as Chef Richard Kiral whipped up a dish of free-range chicken with creole tomato and corn maque choux at Ormond Plantation in Destrehan.
|$300K Ashton soccer park is in development in Luling
September 04 at 8:02 am
St. Charles Parish is advertising for bids for the construction of a parking lot for the Ashton Park Development in Luling, which will provide two soccer fields to be used by the parish’s recreation department.
|Luling native fighting to find birth parents
September 04 at 8:00 am
Stacy Stabile-Forristal is a “search angel” who has helped numerous adoptees reconnect with their birth parents, but the path to her own reunion remains marked by disappointment, expense and vexing mystery.
|Qualifying period approaching for Oct. 24 election in St. Charles Parish
September 04 at 7:59 am
The St. Charles Parish Clerk of Court’s phones are ringing more lately, especially with the three-day candidate qualifying period fast approaching for the Oct. 24 primary election.
|Rescued survivors recall Katrina’s dangers
September 04 at 7:55 am
Twenty-eight hospital workers and family, along with two Australian tourists, were huddling together near the Ernest Morial Convention Center in the chaos and despair of what was once New Orleans when the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office made a bold move to rescue them.
|Deja vu on ammo, weapons hoarding
September 04 at 7:34 am
Past Times by Terry Jones
The head of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service declared in a news release that the “great game of hoarding” ammunition by “greedy individuals” was unsportsmanlike.
|Pope appeals to protect Christians
September 04 at 7:29 am
The situation has become pathetic in the mid-East at the present time with hundreds of thousands of people leaving troubled Iraq where Islamic State militants are forcing Christians out of their homes in the middle of the night.
|Kayleigh Michelle Billings
September 04 at 7:26 am
Kayleigh Michelle Billings, born Feb. 5, 1991 in Baton Rouge, La., transcended our physical realm on Aug. 15, 2015.
Billings grew up in Arizona and graduated in 2009 from Destrehan High School.
This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pets are Cali and Skye.
Assistance For Single Parents (AFSP), a local non-profit organization, recently...
Week 5 at St. Thomas More always promised to be one of the most challenging games...
Ama resident Glenn Singleton smiled as he fondly called being in attendance at the...
Muscle Barn health store opens doors in Luling - 1585 views
Brandon Guillory was tired of traveling outside of St. Charles Parish to shop for his health and nutrition needs. So were his close friends. They decided to do something about it.
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