|Police searching for minivan in connection with fatal crash
March 08 at 10:45 am
State Police are searching for white van that reportedly caused a crash that led to the death of a 2-year-old in Des Allemands last week.
|Hacker steals debit card info from Destrehan Rotolo's
March 08 at 10:38 am
There were 195 verified accounts of some form of identity theft or unauthorized credit card use in St. Charles Parish last year alone, many of which came from a hacker who stole customer information from Rotolo’s Pizzeria in Destrehan.
|Stars film HBO detective series in spillway
March 07 at 9:40 am
An HBO crime series starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson filmed over the weekend in the Bonnet Carre Spillway.
|Comprehensive cardiac care coming to St. Charles hospital
March 03 at 9:40 am
Starting in March, residents who suffer a heart attack in St. Charles Parish will be able to receive much-needed treatment in Luling instead of being transferred out of the area.
|$660,000 buys 3 'hospitals on wheels'
March 02 at 9:41 am
St. Charles Parish Hospital has made a significant leap in first responder technology by adding three new ambulances to the hospital’s emergency response unit fleet and upgrading two older units.
|Hahnville native directs Kunta Kinteh documentary
March 02 at 9:35 am
Notable Hahnville native Elvin Ross returned to southeast Louisiana this week to host a number of screenings of his documentary film "Kunta Kinteh Island: Coming Home Without Shackles."
|Corridor linking Hwy. 90 to River Road estimated to cost $17 million
March 01 at 9:44 am
The construction of a new road that would link Highway 90 in Luling with River Road would cost around $17 million, according to St. Charles Parish President V.J. St. Pierre.
|Superintendant denies charges that teacher certification on chopping block
March 01 at 9:42 am
The Louisiana Department of Education is denying that there were ever talks to do away with teacher certification altogether in public schools.
|Vandals strike Mimosa, Bayou Gauche street signs
March 01 at 9:39 am
After several street signs were vandalized in Luling and Bayou Gauche, St. Charles Parish is asking for the publics’ help in locating those responsible.
|No end in sight for lawsuit pitting parish against Landrieu
February 28 at 10:48 am
When former St. Charles Parish councilman Marcus Lambert nominated local businessman Neal Clulee to serve as the parish’s appointee to the New Orleans Aviation Board, no one could have anticipated the ensuing struggle that would soon evolve.
|Preston Hollow children plant community vegetable garden
February 24 at 1:29 pm
A group of children in the Preston Hollow neighborhood, some barely big enough to carry a shovel, moved dirt in the backyard of the St. Rose Community Center for a new community garden.
|Man treks 600 miles after friend dies of cystic fibrosis
February 23 at 1:28 pm
Earlier this week, you may have seen a man with a long beard, wearing a neon green track shirt running along Highway 90 through St. Charles Parish.
|Residents urged to call EOC to report railroad blockages
February 23 at 8:36 am
After a train blocked the Ormond Boulevard crossing for more than 40 minutes on Saturday, Councilwoman Wendy Benedetto is urging residents to call the parish’s Emergency Operations Center to report blockages longer than 20 minutes.
|Group seeks to reach at-risk youth in Preston Hollow
February 22 at 1:41 pm
A meeting in response to recent violence in St. Rose was held last week by local residents.
|Sheriff’s Office seeks help solving Norco murder
February 22 at 1:38 pm
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in solving a Norco murder that occurred in December.
|Fisher-Perrier wins 7th district council seat
February 22 at 1:30 pm
While three candidates will battle it out for St. Charles Parish’s 2nd District council seat, Julia Fisher-Perrier was named the new councilwoman for District 7 after no one else qualified to run against her. Fisher-Perrier has served on an interim basis for the district since December. She will now hold the seat until 2015.
|3 vie for council’s 2nd district seat
February 22 at 1:26 pm
Three candidates have thrown their hats into the ring for the St. Charles Parish Council’s 2nd District seat, which became open when former Councilman Shelley Tastet resigned for health reasons in December.
|Toxicology results needed to determine cause of Destrehan death
February 21 at 8:30 am
It could be up to six weeks before authorities discover what caused the death of a Destrehan woman who has been linked to an FBI investigation.
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Dr. Rodney Lafon boiled down his decision to announce his retirement last month to a simple factor. With 40 years accumulated in the school system he had come to a point in his career where he would make nearly the same yearly salary as a retiree as if he chose to continue working.
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