|Arrests (Sept. 4)
September 05 at 10:13 am
•Darrel J. Joseph Jr., 17, of 808 Paul Fredrick St. in Luling, was arrested on Aug. 23 and charged with second-degree battery.
|Damaged playground equipment draws ire of Des Allemands parents
September 05 at 10:12 am
Parents bringing their students to Des Allemands Elementary got an unwelcome surprise when they noticed that a jungle gym in the school’s playground had been marked off with caution tape.
|$400,000 grant will help locals get free on-the-job training in high-demand fields
September 05 at 10:11 am
St. Charles Parish job seekers with little to no work experience will get a lift after a $400,000 grant was provided to the River Parishes office of the Louisiana Workforce Commission for on-the-job training.
|Strange modular units stored at Pier 90 are part of $850 million plant
September 05 at 10:09 am
Motorists traveling along Highway 90 last week noticed a strange site in the parking lot of Pier 90 where a number of very large metal modular units were being stored.
|Ochsner reconsiders termination of 12 St. Charles hospital nurses
September 05 at 9:55 am
Only a week after Ochsner Health System officials made a blindsiding announcement that they would terminate 21 nurses after taking over management of St. Charles Parish Hospital, 12 of those employees have been invited to stay.
|100-foot-long mural nearly complete on River Road
September 05 at 9:53 am
After eight years in the making, an expansive mural depicting 300 years of settlement in St. Charles Parish is nearing completion in an unlikely spot.
|SCP: No reason to believe deadly amoeba in St. Charles water
September 05 at 9:51 am
After a brain-eating amoeba was found in St. John the Baptist Parish’s water supply, St. Charles Parish says there is no reason to believe the local water system is at risk for the deadly organism.
|Fed up St. Rose residents take action in aftermath of chemical release
September 05 at 9:41 am
A group of St. Rose residents have banded together in the wake of a 10-day noxious chemical release from IMTT’s St. Rose facility in June that left more than 130 people in the area feeling sick.
|Tigers secondary will be tested against pass-happy Salmen
September 04 at 10:48 am
Despite an impressive jamboree game, Hahnville High School head coach Nick Saltaformaggio says his players have to get better if they expect to compete with Salmen High School in Friday’s season opener.
|Wildcats must corral speedy West Jeff to set tone for season
September 04 at 10:01 am
Though Destrehan was able to knock off Lutcher 21-13 in the Ed Reed River Parishes Jamboree on Friday, Wildcat head coach Stephen Robicheaux felt like his team took a step back due to a plethora of penalties committed during the game– two of which negated scores.
|Alpha Celebrates 10 Years
September 03 at 6:30 pm
BOUTTE – The Fall Alpha Course at Life Church, beginning with a Friendship Dinner Wednesday, September 3 at 6:30 p.m., will celebrate an important milestone in the course’s history with the completion of its 10th year.
|River Region Drama Guild theatre workshop
September 03 at 6:00 pm
NORCO – The River Region Drama Guild will hold a Theatre Workshop on Wednesday nights from 6 to 9 p.m. beginning on Sept. 3 and ending Sept. 24 at the River Region Performing Arts and Cultural Center located at 15146 River Road in Norco.
September 03 at 9:55 am
Carl Benjamin Potter, 70, passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by his loving family on Friday afternoon, Aug. 29.
|Second suspect arrested after teen was kidnapped, raped in Montz
September 02 at 3:33 pm
A second man has been arrested after a 19-year-old woman told police she was kidnapped in New Orleans, driven to a wooded area in Montz and raped repeatedly.
|St. Rose Tavern grand re-opening
August 30 at 11:00 am
The historic St. Rose Tavern is holding its grand reopening in New Sarpy on Saturday, Aug. 30 and will remain open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week.
|Family day at Luling Elementary
August 30 at 10:00 am
LULING – Luling Elementary will be holding “Family Fund Day” on Saturday, Aug. 30 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Monsanto Park in Luling.
|Book review: “The Hunt for Red October”
August 29 at 5:09 pm
The Hunt for Red October, Tom Clancy’s breakthrough novel, is a Cold War-era thriller following a Soviet’s attempt at betraying his nation and America’s attempt at covering his tracks.
|27th Annual Becnel Family Reunion
August 29 at 5:07 pm
One of the oldest families in St. Charles Parish recently hosted their 27th annual family reunion at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Kenner.
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Miranda. ...
On Sept. 11, to honor National Day of Service and Remembrance, the Satellite Center...
Destrehan running back Will Matthews ran wild against Terrebonne, scoring three...
The Houston Texans lost to the New York Giants 30-17 on Sunday, but two St. Charles...
• Wildcats open district play against high-scoring Terrebonne
• Hahnville fumbles way to victory in triple overtime
• Destrehan regroups in second half to knock off Dutchtown
• LSU will be tested by Bulldog QB
• HHS boys dominate Saints swim meet
Krewe of Zeus will hold public meeting about planned Ormond parade - 1384 views
The Krewe of Zeus will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 30 to gather community input on their plans to parade through Ormond subdivision.
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