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Larry Thompson Hahnville murder suspect on the run
12 hours ago
Police are searching for a Boutte man in connection with a deadly shooting that took place in Hahnville Friday morning.

2 plead guilty following undercover drug sting
Yesterday at 8:07 am
Two men caught selling liquid synthetic marijuana from the Triangle Food Store in Luling both pled guilty in connection with the crime.

Kathy Blahut, a regular attendee of the German Coast Farmer’s Market, said she would love to have her strawberries used by an entrepreneur at Edible Enterprises. New partnership connects farmers with food entrepreneurs
Yesterday at 8:05 am
A new partnership will connect food entrepreneurs with local farmers in an effort to expand food production in St. Charles Parish.

State police released two images of the vehicle, which is either a truck or SUV. Police release images of vehicle involved in fatal St. Rose hit-and-run
Yesterday at 8:03 am
Police have released surveillance footage of a vehicle sought in connection with a fatal hit-and-run that caused the death of a St. Rose mother early Thanksgiving morning.

Cherie LaGrange Woman accused of poisoning husband won’t face charges
Yesterday at 8:02 am
A St. Rose woman accused of poisoning her husband’s drink will avoid jail after the husband asked the St. Charles Parish District Attorney’s Office to drop the charge.

Gas drilling rig near Willowdale clears first hurdle Gas drilling rig near Willowdale clears first hurdle
Yesterday at 8:01 am

The Coastal Zone Advisory Committee of St. Charles Parish offered no objection to one of many permits needed to commence drilling for natural gas near the Grand Ridge Golf Club in Luling.

This trailer home on Hollywood Park Drive in Montz burned down on Saturday, leaving a family of five homeless. Montz family loses everything in fire
Yesterday at 8:00 am
Donated toys and clothes are pouring in for a Montz family whose home was destroyed in a fire on Saturday.

The Nelson family began lighting a large bonfire in their backyard in 1990. St. Rose family has lit the way for Santa Claus for last 24 years
December 24 at 8:06 am
Glen Nelson was 16 years old when he first got the idea to build a bonfire for the holidays. At that time, it was supposed to be a small bonfire in the backyard for Halloween.

Administration needs more time to finalize $670,000 purchase of Madere’s Garage Administration needs more time to finalize $670,000 purchase of Madere’s Garage
December 19 at 9:51 am
The St. Charles Parish administration asked the council to table a proposal to formally buy the Madere’s Garage property across the street from the Hahnville courthouse.

Flu vaccine not as effective against season’s dominant strain Flu vaccine not as effective against season’s dominant strain
December 19 at 9:50 am
The flu vaccine may not be as effective against this season’s most dominant strain of the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Exercise equipment similar to the press shown above will be built at both bridge parks. New exercise equipment coming to bridge parks
December 19 at 9:49 am
New fitness stations that will include bench presses, leg presses, elliptical trainers and rowing machines will be built at both of St. Charles Parish’s bridge parks.

Recent pit bull controversy highlights breed-specific laws Recent pit bull controversy highlights breed-specific laws
December 19 at 9:47 am
Officials in St. Charles Parish defend their own restrictions on pit bulls after national pressure forced the town of Moreauville to repeal its own ordinance banning anyone from owning the breed.

Hahnville student Hollie Comardelle organized the run for her senior project. Tacky Christmas sweater run held in Luling Saturday
December 19 at 9:46 am
Residents looking to spend some time in the crisp winter air should don their tackiest Christmas sweater and head to Monsanto Park in Luling on Saturday for a 2-mile run that will raise funds to fight human trafficking.

Earl Collins shows off his Darth Vader toy. Christmas comes early as 1,000 kids receive donated toys
December 19 at 9:45 am
The St. Charles Parish Toy Drive delivered a day of games, food, toys and plenty of smiles to roughly 1,000 parish children on Saturday.

The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office released a photo of a man who attempted to break into a St. Rose home last Thursday. They are asking for help identifying the suspect. Brazen St. Rose break-in may be linked to Destrehan home invasion
December 19 at 9:44 am
Police are searching for a man who attempted to break into a St. Rose home and could also be involved in a Destrehan home invasion that took place the week before.

Robert Hymel, a Vietnam pilot who was killed while working for the Defense Intelligence Agency during the 9/11 attacks, will be memorialized with a 60-foot brick tower at St. Charles Catholic High School. $5 million school expansion honors Norco Vietnam pilot killed in 9/11 attacks
December 19 at 9:42 am
A $5 million renovation of St. Charles Catholic High School will feature a memorial to a St. Charles Parish-raised Air Force pilot killed while valiantly trying to save a woman during the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon.

Stanley Robinson Charge dropped against Luling man accused of killing father
December 19 at 9:35 am
Due to a lack of evidence, a Luling man accused of killing his father is no longer facing charges in connection with the crime.

Though it is hard to make out the vehicle in this image, police are asking anyone with information on a Thanksgiving morning hit-and-run to come forward. Police release image of vehicle involved in fatal hit-and-run
December 18 at 9:13 am
Surveillance footage has been released of a vehicle suspected of running over a St. Rose mother on Thanksgiving morning before driving off.

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Book Review “The Hit”
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Do you want the ultimate high? One week with nothing to lose, but there is one catch. After the amazing week, the victim dies a slow painful death. That is the great adventure that Adam and Lizzie take. With all of that comes the ups and downs of young love with a few bizarre twists in between.