|Des Allemands mother: ‘I’m glad he’s off the street’
July 24 at 10:20 am
With this week’s arrest of a New Orleans East man, Jolene Dufrene may have gotten the answers she sought about her daughter’s murder.
|Arrest made in murder of Des Allemands woman found dead in burning car
July 21 at 11:47 am
A 30-year-old Eastern New Orleans man as been arrested and accused of murdering Des Allemands resident Lindsay Nichols, who was found shot to death June 21 in the trunk of her black Honda Accord when firefighters and police responded to a car fire at the intersection of Lake Forest and Michoud boulevards.
|Unlicensed Norco day care shut down in statewide crackdown
July 17 at 1:41 pm
A Norco unlicensed day care was shut down July 8 as part of a joint effort by the Louisiana Department of Education and St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office, according to a news release by the Department of Education.
|Pelicans seem primed to soar
July 17 at 1:26 pm
There are no new faces lacing the roster of the New Orleans Pelicans. A multi-time champion and divisional rival added two major pieces (LaMarcus Aldridge and David West to San Antonio), while another division foe added one of the league’s most coveted free agents (DeAndre Jordan to Dallas).
|FBC of Luling attends Bible Camp
July 17 at 11:45 am
The Youth Ministry of First Baptist Church in Luling recently attended Centrifuge Bible Camp at Carson-Newman University, Jefferson City, Tenn.
|Destrehan girls still a force
July 17 at 11:22 am
That the Destrehan girls basketball team is dominating its summer competition won’t surprise many. That the Lady Wildcats are essentially doing it with a split-squad roster, however, should be truly frightening for future opponents.
|Humane Society Pet of the Week: Huck
July 17 at 10:37 am
This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pet is Huck the dog.
|Otto Candies ends season
July 17 at 10:18 am
NEW ORLEANS — For the first time in four seasons, Otto Candies was stopped short of reaching the American Legion state baseball tournament.
|Business scorecard delivers poor grades for most of Legislature
July 17 at 9:58 am
The annual legislative scorecard compiled by the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry was released Tuesday and includes a grade of “F” for 94 members of the Louisiana Legislature.
July 17 at 9:56 am
Edward Wayne Robinson passed away Tuesday, July 7, 2015. He joins his loving wife, Phyllis Gilmore Robinson in Heaven.
|Arrests (July 16)
July 17 at 9:54 am
• Luke Schexnaydre, 20, of 246 West B Street in Norco, was arrested July 7 and charged with burglary of a movable and possession of marijuana.
|SCP residents will see new water and sewer rates
July 17 at 9:52 am
The St. Charles Parish Council approved restructuring water and sewer fees for 2015-18.
|Bonnet Carre’ Spillway overflows
July 17 at 9:51 am
With the Mississippi River flush with the high waters of the Red River and heavy northern rains, Bonnet Carre’ Spillway Road was quickly flooded and closed.
|Renowned chef brings Des Allemands culture to N.O.
July 17 at 9:49 am
Chef Carl Schaubhut’s fried catfish tantalizes the taste buds with hints of mustard powder, creole seasonings and a heritage that beckons from the “Catfish Capital of the Universe.”
|Millions could be lost with tax credit cut in SCP
July 17 at 9:48 am
With St. Charles Parish being the second largest collector of inventory taxes in Louisiana, officials are bracing for the impact of a 25 percent cut in the state’s tax credit or reimbursement to the companies that pay them on the local level.
|Baby Averlee doesn’t let deafness stop happiness
July 17 at 9:46 am
When Mitzi Hebert brought her newborn daughter, Averlee, to the doctor for what she thought was a routine follow-up examination, she wasn’t prepared for what she was about to learn.
|St. Rose producer behind several major films
July 17 at 9:44 am
As with all great movies that begin with a man following his girlfriend to New York City so went the real-life story of Gary Huckabay.
|Destrehan grandfather, grandson are real super heroes
July 17 at 9:42 am
While Batman and Robin are known for keeping Gotham City safe from the Joker, Riddler and Penguin, around here they’re known for something very different — bringing some joy into the lives of numerous youths.
At age 12, Terry Gaulter’s “eyes opened to the world” when she laid hands on a...
Festival of Charities crowned new royalty on Aug. 9 in Destrehan at the American...
• Boutte cadet among Youth Challenge grads
• St. Charles Parish receives Distinguished Budget Presentation award
• Community Ed classes offer everything from yoga to Cajun cooking to belly dancing
• Chamber hosts congressional ‘drive-in’ visit in River Region
The St. Charles Borromeo Men’s Club is inviting the community to their fundraiser...
A hungry and prepared Jesuit team spoiled host Hahnville’s preseason jamboree...
St. Charles Parish merchants question state’s tax holiday - 771 views
When numerous customers came into Stell Furniture Co. in Luling not knowing it was a sales tax holiday Aug. 7 - 8, owner David Stell couldn’t help but ask why.