|Humane Society Pet of the Week: Ivy
April 10 at 9:21 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Ivy the cat.
|St. Charles Parish councilman irate in dumpster-gate
April 10 at 9:18 am
A dispute over the St. Charles Parish government recovering nearly $150,000 in dumpster fees as part of a discontinued blight elimination program erupted into an angry showdown between Parish Councilman Paul Hogan and the parish administration at Monday’s council meeting.
|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.
|1 million Hail Marys - SCB jumpstarts effort to pray for Pope Francis
April 10 at 9:13 am
When ISIS threatened Pope Francis, calling him the “bearer of false truth,” the students of St. Charles Borromeo Elementary in Destrehan sprang to action by praying Hail Marys for his safety.
|Indy Grand Prix gets green flag in Avondale
April 10 at 9:09 am
Expected to draw an estimated 80,000 fans with a need for speed, NOLA Motorsports Park in nearby Avondale will offer three days of Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana racing for the first time.
|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.
|St. Charles Parish: Property tax only way to fund levee
April 10 at 8:42 am
St. Charles Parish officials pitched two millage tax proposals to fund sewage improvements and a hurricane protection levee system at Tuesday’s first parishwide community meeting, but area residents suggested imposing a convenience fee so everyone shares the cost.
|Ladycats cruise in wins over Lafourche, John Ehret
April 10 at 8:40 am
After dropping the cross-river rivalry to Hahnville, the Destrehan Lady Cats rolled over South Lafourche, Central Lafourche and John Ehret last week with shutouts in two of three games.
|Lady Tigers go 1-2 in Riverside tourney
April 10 at 8:30 am
After beating Destrehan 4-3 earlier in the week, the Hahnville Lady Tigers went 1-2 in the Riverside Tournament, defeating Belle Chase but coming up short against Riverside and Walker.
|Tigers stay perfect in district, stretch win streak to 7
April 10 at 8:12 am
The Hahnville Tigers remained perfect in district play after knocking off East St. John, H.L. Bourgeois, Central LaFourche and South LaFourche.
|Destrehan’s three straight shutouts improve district mark to 7-1
April 10 at 7:57 am
The Fighting Wildcats have only allowed six runs in the past five games as they beat John Ehret 4-2, and shutout Central LaFourche, South LaFourche, H.L. Bourgeois. Tuesday night DHS handed East St. John a 7-4 loss.
|Former DHS teacher admits sex with student, will avoid jail
April 09 at 11:54 am
The St. Charles Parish District Attorney's Office announced today that Shelley Dufresne has plead guilty to one felony count of obscenity and has admitted to engaging in a prohibited sexual relationship with a 16-year-old male student.
|Traffic alert: I-310 lanes to close April 12-17
April 09 at 10:28 am
Alternating closures of the right and left lanes northbound and southbound I-310 between U.S. Hwy. 90 and I-10 on/exit ramps will occur April 12 -16. Highway road crews will work on overhead sign replacements from 7:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.
|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.
|New super PAC enters governor’s race
April 02 at 1:46 pm
In another move that suggests this year’s race for governor could become the most expensive ever waged in the state’s history, another super PAC has announced its intentions to pour money into the election.
|St. Charles Parish has increase in auto burglaries
April 02 at 1:44 pm
St. Charles Parish has had an increase in auto burglaries this past month and Sheriff Greg Champagne has taken to his Facebook page to inform the citizens of the parish.
April 02 at 1:43 pm
Susan Loretta Rue Hernandez, 53, went to her heavenly home March 24.
The German Coast Farmer’s Market will hold its annual Spring Plant Exchange....
On April 15, the Satellite Center’s engineering design class visited the Waterford...
• United Way of St. Charles holds largest campaign in 60-year history, raises $2.8 million
• TGMC Honors Myrtis Dishmond as March 2015 Employee of Month
• Humane Society Pet of the Week: Cody
• R.J. Vial awareness month
• Helping others is their cup of tea
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It was a pitcher’s battle in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs as No. 19...
Storm leaves SCP dealing with outages, wastewater problems - 663 views
Today's violent storm hit St. Charles Parish residents with power outages and a parishwide alert to stop wastewater use until further notice.
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