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J.B. Martin student’s art recognized nationally

Annemarie McMillan, a J.B. Martin Middle School student, recently returned from Orlando where her artwork was displayed at the National Jr. Beta Convention. Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

Kicking off the school year at the library

School supplies have been on store shelves for weeks, but one thing that won’t be found at any store is arguably one of the most important school supplies St. Charles Parish students of every age should have—a St. Charles Parish Library card.Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

Landing a whopper

Hunter McDonald of Luling caught a bullred while fishing Mangroves south of Grand Isle. Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

Summer work shows Hahnville’s potential

The Hahnville offensive attack won’t soon be confused with those subscribing to the kind of bombs away, air-it-out philosophies becoming more and more popular in today’s game, not with defensive, run-minded Nick Saltaformaggio operating as Tigers head coach.Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

Tigers stick to formula with challenging early schedule

Hahnville head football coach Nick Saltaformaggio knows his scheduling formula may not result in an unbeaten season, but that it's nonetheless tried and true. Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

Business news: Maison Decor offers eclectic mix of interior, exterior decorative items

With school set to resume and fall on the horizon, Maison Décor has been a busy place. Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

Business news: Sears Hometown celebrates five strong years of business

After five strong years since opening, Sears Hometown Store in Luling continues to thrive thanks to the expertise of its staff, its commitment to customer service and willingness to continually expand their selection. Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

All types of laws govern our everyday actions

By Wilmer L. Todd
August 02 at 8:00 am

Our neighbor may need some help getting a boss

Residents of St. Charles should pay attention not only to their own parish government, but also to the big parish government next door. Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

St. Charles crime declines in first half of 2017

St. Charles Parish crime dropped 5 percent in the first half of this year compared to the same period last year.Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

1,800 acres added to popular Luling hunting spot

Those visiting one of the most popular hunting areas in St. Charles Parish now have a little more elbow room, so to speak. Read More...
August 02 at 8:00 am

Arc of St. Charles expands Career Exploration Camp for more work opportunities

The Arc of St. Charles is hosting its second annual Upstart Camp to give teens with disabilities an opportunity to explore their career interests.Read More...
August 02 at 7:00 am

Des Allemands woman killed on way to fundraiser

Karen Duran was on her way to a fundraiser to help a local family who recently lost their toddler when she was killed in an automobile accident on U.S. Highway 90 on Friday.
The cause of the wreck is under investigation by the Louisiana State Police.Read More...
August 02 at 6:00 am

Speed limit will increase on elevated portion of I-310

New signs will soon mark the speed limit increasing from 60 mph to 70 mph along elevated sections of I-310 to I-10.Read More...
August 02 at 5:00 am

Luling twins diagnosed with deadly disorder

Dee Dee Comardelle cried tears of joy when her daughter, Demi, tested as a bone marrow donor for her twin sister, Daelyn, who is battling a rare disorder.Read More...
August 02 at 4:15 am

Des Allemands' creepy crawlers find new home in Insectarium

When Zack Lemann recently found a brilliantly colored insect in the Des Allemands swamps, it was a Holy Grail find for this curator of the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium.Read More...
August 02 at 4:00 am

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Parish postpones $525K site  purchase for P&Z relocation
Parish postpones $525K site purchase for P&Z relocation
Although the St. Charles Parish government had advertised its intent to buy a 5.6-acre site in Hahnville to expand government services, the move was reversed at Monday’s council meeting.