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Citrus disease spreading in St. Charles Parish

The Hahnville area has been quarantined with a highly infectious bacterial disease called citrus canker and residents are being asked to take steps to help avoid it spreading.Read More...
October 14 at 10:23 am

Boutte man wanted by police for alleged heroin distribution

The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's help in locating Darrell Arnold Taylor of 415 Boutte Estates Drive in Boutte. Taylor is wanted on allegations of heroin distribution.Read More...
October 13 at 6:34 pm

Card reader device found in Racetrac ATM in St. Rose

A "skimmer" or device that records credit card numbers was found on an ATM at the Racetrac at 512 Almedia Road in St. Rose.Read More...
October 13 at 6:20 pm

Boutte native means business about coming home

When Elana Bourgeois-Folse returned to Boutte, she got the best of two worlds.Read More...
October 07 at 11:00 am

Hahnville woman drives the extra mile to help others

Day after day, Lori Bercegeay prepares meals, drives an hour to deliver them to people in flood affected areas like French Settlement, Pontchatoula and Maurepas before driving back to her Hahnville home. Much of the time, the food prepared was purchased out of her own pocket. Read More...
October 07 at 10:00 am

Cancer Association steps in to help Luling woman

Rebecca Savage of Luling said she doesn’t know where she would have done without the Cancer Association of Greater New Orleans.Read More...
October 07 at 9:00 am

Monsanto preps public for $1B plant upgrade

In anticipation of Monsanto jumping its last hurdle to start construction of its nearly $1 billion plant upgrade in Luling, company executives detailed the project to the public.Read More...
October 07 at 8:00 am

Parish gun control measure postponed

After strong opposition, the St. Charles Parish administration asked the council to pull a proposed ordinance aimed at banning weapons in recreational parks.Read More...
October 07 at 8:00 am

St. Rose featured in global company's pro-environment campaign

St. Rose is one of three communities featured in Patagonia's national "Vote Our Planet" campaign urging Americans to elect officials who support the environment.Read More...
October 07 at 7:00 am

Destrehan man wants his house and life back

From the ashes of Sept. 8, 2015, Ursin Abbate set out to rebuild his life in Destrehan but nearly a year later it remains on hold in a dispute with Entergy.Read More...
October 07 at 7:00 am

Don’t let the cooler weather fool you

Heavy and continuing rainfall, particularly from the “no-name storm” that deluged areas of Louisiana with the historic flood, also created a fertile breeding ground that lent to the largest mosquito bloom for the entire year.Read More...
October 07 at 6:00 am

DHS grad lands dream role on TV show

Wednesday's debut of the television docu-series, "Clash of the Corps," is more than a break for Catie Toal - it's living a dream.Read More...
October 07 at 6:00 am

Missing St. Rose teen found unharmed

Corielle Clayton, the 15-year-old St. Rose teen reported missing earlier this week, has been located unharmed according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office Wednesday evening.Read More...
October 05 at 5:21 pm

Destrehan accountant sentenced to prison in $50 million Medicare fraud

Christopher White of Destrehan was sentenced to 48 months in prison for his involvement in a $50 million New Orleans-area Medicare fraud scheme.Read More...
October 05 at 2:43 pm

Program seeks to reach at-risk youth early

They say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of the cure. Read More...
September 30 at 6:31 pm

American Red Cross opens new office in parish

Few emergency aid organizations are as recognized as the American Red Cross, which makes it welcome news that it has opened an office in St. Charles Parish.Read More...
September 30 at 11:00 am

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Luling mom keeps up Teddy Cares in son’s memory
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Since the passing of her son Kyle in 2006 after his battle with leukemia, Luling’s Vicki Bergeron has not let his name be forgotten — and she’s helped bring happiness to plenty of children in need along the way.