|Precautions advised with West Nile
October 02 at 6:01 pm
With the West Nile Virus alert expanded to include Mimosa in Luling, mosquito spraying has been increased and the state Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) recommending precautions.
|Area hit by rash of auto crimes
October 02 at 5:33 pm
On Sept. 20, Sheriff Greg Champagne posted on his Facebook page that there were several attempts to steal automobiles in the Luling, Boutte and Mimosa areas within a 10-day time frame.
|Work to begin on Motiva’s $500M Maurepas Pipeline by end of this year
October 02 at 5:30 pm
Construction will begin on Motiva’s $500 million Maurepas Pipeline in the fourth quarter of this year.
|Locals show support for St. Charles Parish law enforcement with blue ribbons
October 02 at 5:27 pm
Some locals are proudly displaying blue ribbons in their yards and offices in a show of support for law enforcement officers.
|Magnolia Cos. celebrates 50th anniversary
October 02 at 5:25 pm
Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, Magnolia Companies in St. Rose has a long history of not only achieving success, but expanding on it.
|Brother turned in Norco fugitives
October 02 at 5:21 pm
Kaleb Perilloux was en route to pick up his brother and a friend in Prairieville last Thursday when he learned the two were fugitives wanted by the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.
|Hale Boggs bridge closures coming during $24M upgrade
October 02 at 5:19 pm
Towering 150 feet over the Mississippi River, the 32-year-old Hale Boggs Memorial Bridge will begin getting a $24 million upgrade in early October.
|St. Charles Parish’s top companies
October 02 at 5:09 pm
Entergy Louisiana Inc. continued to rank as St. Charles Parish’s largest company with $183.6 million in assets that include a substantial system and nuclear facilities.
|Pit pull tossed off I-310 into swamp recovering from likely alligator bite
October 02 at 3:33 pm
Nicknamed “Ally Gator,” a pit bull tossed off the elevated portion of Interstate 310 southbound Tuesday (Sept. 29) is also recovering at the St. Charles Parish Animal Shelter from an apparent alligator bite.
|Authorities rescue dog thrown off I-310 into swamp
October 02 at 10:49 am
Aided by the St. Rose Fire Department, the St. Charles Parish Animal Control and St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office rescued a dog tossed off the elevated portion of Interstate 310 southbound.
|Pilot dies in plane crash near Ama Airport
September 27 at 5:20 pm
A New Orleans pilot was apparently killed Saturday afternoon when the Zenith 601 two-seater airplane he was flying crashed south of the Ama Airport, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office.
|Two Norco fugitives are in custody
September 25 at 2:19 pm
Two Norco fugitives were arrested and charged today (Sept. 25) with illegally discharging a firearm and aggravated criminal damage to property.
|St. Charles Parish President poll results
September 25 at 11:40 am
Of the four candidates running for St. Charles Parish president in the Oct. 24 election, Larry Cochran took the lead with 153 of the 364 votes cast in the St. Charles Herald-Guide Facebook poll.
|Residency requirement waived for St. Charles civil service hires
September 25 at 11:18 am
A new rule allowing those who live outside of St. Charles Parish to work as parish civil service employee was recently passed in order to make recruitment for those positions more viable.
|Muscle Barn health store opens doors in Luling
September 25 at 11:12 am
Brandon Guillory was tired of traveling outside of St. Charles Parish to shop for his health and nutrition needs. So were his close friends. They decided to do something about it.
|Ribbon cut on St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office $6.6 million state-of-the-art training, media complex
September 25 at 11:09 am
St. Charles Parish Sheriff Greg Champagne cut the ribbon Tuesday on a $6.6 million, 35,000 square-foot complex at 220 Judge Edward A. Dufresne Parkway in Luling.
|United Way of St. Charles' Battle for the Paddle may draw record crowd
September 25 at 11:03 am
Expected to draw more than 8,000 people, the 14th annual Battle for the Paddle Cook-off will again serve up a tasty competition with more than 100 teams vying as United Way of St. Charles’ gumbo and jambalaya champions.
|Oil ban lift could hurt jobs in St. Charles Parish refinery business
September 25 at 10:57 am
As efforts continue with Congress to lift restrictions on U.S. crude oil exports, so are those by the United Steelworkers union (USW) to stop it, arguing it could hurt jobs and the refinery business in areas like St. Charles Parish.
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