|St. Pierre vetoes council's contract with lobbyist
April 02 at 4:14 pm
St. Charles Parish President V.J. St. Pierre has vetoed the Parish Council’s decision to award a new, 33-month contract to lobbying firm Tauzin Consultants.
|St. Rose man found shot to death on sidewalk
March 29 at 8:43 am
Deputies responding to reports of gunfire in St. Rose early Saturday morning discovered the lifeless body of a 22-year-old man on the sidewalk of Summerton Drive.
|Surviving domestic abuse
March 28 at 8:47 am
Amanda Brickhaus was only 17 when she met the man who would later become the father of her two children.
|Police raid St. Rose home, say they find drugs, guns
March 28 at 8:46 am
A 60-year-old man and 57-year-old woman were arrested at their St. Rose home after police executed a search warrant and found drugs and guns in their residence, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.
|Complaint filed against Jefferson deputy who arrested DHS students
March 28 at 8:45 am
A St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office detective has filed a formal complaint against the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and one of its deputies following the arrest of her son and two other Destrehan High School students in early February.
|‘Saved by the belt’ : Mother, son narrowly escape death in horrific crash
March 28 at 8:40 am
It was the 6th of May last year when Dorothy Compton and her 12-year-old son, Patrick Dennies, were driving to Metairie to get a cake for a double birthday celebration. The two were enjoying themselves on their drive up I-310. A song had just come on they both liked – "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)" by Luke Bryan.
|New flood maps cause outrage on West Bank
March 26 at 3:51 pm
Families from across St. Charles Parish poured into R.K. Smith Middle School in Luling on Monday for an open house introducing new flood zoning maps that will have a great impact on what some parish property owners will be paying in flood insurance rates.
|Program offers state troopers overtime pay for patrolling St. Charles
March 24 at 10:09 am
Those who drive out of or into the parish on a daily basis during the hours of 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. have undoubtedly seen State Police officers parked on the shoulder of the road, doors slightly ajar, with radar guns pointed out at passing traffic.
|Ministry seeks to house homeless vets in Hahnville
March 23 at 10:06 am
James Johnson did not know what to do after his apartment was destroyed in Hurricane Katrina.
|Victim of Hwy. 90 hit-and-run asks for help locating driver
March 22 at 10:11 am
A Luling woman is asking for the public’s help locating a hit-and-run driver who caused an accident when leaving Pier 90 on Thursday night.
|Parish secures final permit for West Bank levee
March 22 at 10:11 am
St. Charles Parish has received a permit to construct Phase III (Ellington Phase) of its much-needed West Bank Hurricane Protection Levee.
|Software will allow at-risk students to complete school work from home
March 22 at 10:07 am
The St. Charles Parish School Board adopted new software to assist poorly performing students in graduating high school.
|Man hit by train after driving around crossing arms, police say
March 22 at 10:05 am
A 27-year-old Maringouin man was hit by a train early Tuesday morning in Luling after he went around flashing crossing arms and stalled on the track, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.
|Conflicting state bills seek to change gun laws
March 22 at 10:03 am
Early on a warm Saturday morning, handgun owners from across St. Charles Parish and beyond showed up at the Nelson Coleman Correctional Center to fire at targets at a free Killona gun range.
|29 arrested in Boutte bar raid
March 16 at 9:46 am
A collaborative task force arrested 29 people last week in a raid on a Boutte bar that was serving patrons without a liquor license. Several of those arrested were charged with the possession of drugs such as crack, bath salts, marijuana and ecstasy.
|Robbers strike Circle K in Boutte
March 15 at 2:01 pm
The Circle K on Highway 90 in Boutte was robbed early this morning, according to St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Greg Champagne.
|Police: Montz man choked, beat woman until she blacked out
March 15 at 9:51 am
A Montz man who allegedly choked and beat his children’s mother before barricading her in her home was arrested in Mississippi after fleeing St. Charles Parish.
|Destrehan deputy hits road as part of famed Patriot Guard
March 15 at 9:49 am
When Marine Sgt. Michael Guillory was killed in action last December, word quickly spread that Westboro Baptist Church, a group that travels the country picketing funerals for fallen members of the military, was headed to Slidell. St. Charles Parish Cpl. Doug Richardson hopped on his motorcycle and headed to St. Tammany Parish to support Guillory’s family as a member of the Patriot Guard.
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Hidden Oaks neighbors claim new homes are falling apart - 1552 views
Homeowners in the second block of the Hidden Oaks subdivision in Luling say their new homes are falling apart and they want something done about it.