|Hospital cafe not trying to take business away from other restaurants, spokesman says
October 11 at 9:33 am
The St. Charles Hospital Parish cafeteria has become one of the more popular local lunch destinations due to their abundance of buffet options and low prices, but some have questioned whether the publicly-funded café is taking business from restaurants in the area.
|3 teens arrested after sheriff warns of crack down during rivalry week
October 11 at 9:31 am
The week leading up to the Destrehan and Hahnville football game is usually filled with shenanigans, but authorities say that three West Bank teens took it too far.
|St. Charles superintendent supports new Common Core standards
October 11 at 9:28 am
A transformation in performance expectations for public school children is underway as local school districts, such as St. Charles Parish Public Schools, begin their efforts to enact new academic standards.
|Probable cause found to charge man with 10 parish burglaries
October 11 at 9:26 am
A district court judge has found probable cause to charge a Marrero man with 10 home burglaries and several counts of theft that occurred during a crime spree on the West Bank.
|Widow of slain deputy turns emotional pain into motivation to lose nearly 100 pounds
October 11 at 9:24 am
Daniell Nielsen’s life changed forever the day her husband, Brandon, was gunned down in the line of duty last August, but she took that emotional pain and turned it into motivation to lose more than 80 pounds.
|Schwarzenegger zombie movie films in Hahnville
October 11 at 9:17 am
A zombie movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger filmed in Hahnville last week.
|Grassless Cataouatche no fun to fish, frustrated anglers say
October 11 at 9:15 am
Lake Cataouatche in Luling was 98 percent covered by hydrilla in 2007 and that mass of vegetation fueled a big-bass fishery that grabbed world attention when Kevin VanDam won the Bassmaster Classic by seining those grass beds for more than 69 pounds in 2011.
|Bids for Willowridge Levee come in much lower than expected
October 10 at 8:53 am
Several construction bids for the first phase of the Willowridge Levee in Luling came in much lower than expected on Tuesday, including two bids that were around 40 percent lower than cost estimates for the project.
|Police searching for missing Destrehan student
October 05 at 2:06 pm
Police are searching for a 16-year-old Destrehan student who never returned home from school after being dropped off by her mother on Oct. 29.
|St. Charles Parish declares state of emergency
October 04 at 3:20 pm
St. Charles Parish President V.J. St. Pierre Jr. has declared a state of emergency as the Emergency Operations Center continues to monitor and respond to Tropical Storm Karen as she nears the coast.
|Businesses built before ‘83 could see big rise in insurance
October 04 at 9:02 am
After months and months of debate and lobbying on behalf local homeowners, the enaction date for the Biggert-Waters Act came and went on Oct. 1 with little fanfare.
|Expansion of Panama Canal will increase traffic in St. Charles
October 04 at 9:01 am
The transportation infrastructure in St. Charles Parish is in questionable shape when it comes to handling up to three times more freight traffic that is expected to be shipped through the area after the expansion of the Panama Canal is completed.
|Thousands of TV shows, movies can be streamed for free with library card
October 04 at 9:00 am
St. Charles Parish residents who have a library card now have access to thousands of movies and television shows that can be streamed to computers, phones or tablets.
|Couple sought in Destrehan pet store bird heist
October 04 at 8:58 am
After Facebook pictures helped track down a man who made off with a fish from Bayou Pets in Destrehan, the store is hoping a similar tactic will help capture a couple who stole a cockatiel.
|New History Channel series focuses on Boutte outdoor store
October 04 at 8:56 am
St. Charles Parish is keeping up its reputation as a perfect rural shooting location for New Orleans area media production companies.
|Complaints of neglect leveled at nursing home
October 04 at 8:53 am
Complaints of neglect, poor treatment and rude behavior by staff members have been leveled at a local nursing home by family members of residents living at the facility.
|Karen's impacts will be felt in St. Charles on Saturday
October 04 at 8:38 am
St. Charles Parish remains under a tropical storm watch. The current forecast has Karen drifting to the north northwest before interacting with a cold front and then turning eastward with an eventual landfall in Plaquemines Parish. Wind speeds at landfall are expected to be near hurricane strength.
|Fire, smoke at airport will be part of emergency exercise
October 02 at 9:44 am
(NEW ORLEANS, LA) – The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport will hold its tri-annual full-scale emergency exercise on Thursday, Oct. 3 from 8 a.m. to noon. This emergency exercise, which may include open fire and smoke, tests the response capabilities of the airport, its stakeholders and surrounding mutual aid responders’ ability to respond to an emergency incident.
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• Hahnville soccer team off to 2-0 district start
• HHS offensive lineman chosen for all-star game
• Playoff semifinals players of the week
• Wildcats fall short in bid for state title
• Destrehan falls short of state championship appearance in semi-final loss to Acadiana
Library director steps down after 15 years, feels system will thrive in ‘younger’ hands - 731 views
After 15 years, Mary desBordes will step down as director of the St. Charles Parish Library system on Dec. 20. As director, desBordes has spearheaded the addition of two new branches, one in Destrehan and another in Paradis.
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