|Early voting underway in St. Charles Parish
October 24 at 9:21 am
St. Charles Parish voters will select a new judge, School Board member and several justices of the peace and constables on Nov. 4, but early voting is now underway.
|Law making it harder for teachers to earn tenure ruled constitutional
October 24 at 9:18 am
A law making it easier to fire tenured teachers and more difficult for new teachers to earn tenure has been ruled constitutional by the Louisiana Supreme Court, reversing an earlier ruling by a Baton Rouge district judge.
|Luling woman tests positive for most severe form of West Nile
October 24 at 9:16 am
A Luling woman who contracted West Nile after being bitten by a mosquito tested positive for the most severe form of the virus, according to the Department of Health & Hospitals.
|Heroin use on decline in St. Charles Parish
October 24 at 9:13 am
While heroin use appears to be on the rise across Louisiana, St. Charles Parish Sheriff Greg Champagne said the drug is declining in the parish.
|St. Charles Parish Hospital says they are prepared should Ebola case arise
October 24 at 9:08 am
Though there are no suspected or confirmed cases of the virus in St. Charles Parish, St. Charles Parish Hospital is well prepared should an Ebola case arise, according to chief of nursing Jean Hill.
|Proposed generator would double energy production at Little Gypsy
October 24 at 9:06 am
Entergy is seeking approval from St. Charles Parish leaders to build a generator that would more than double energy production at the Little Gypsy power plant in Montz.
|St. John man found dead in Bonnet Carré Spillway
October 24 at 9:04 am
A man was found dead in the Bonnet Carré Spillway on Friday after a night of partying, but police do not suspect foul play.
|Norco family gives back after daughter’s 7-hour scoliosis surgery
October 23 at 10:22 am
After undergoing a seven-hour surgery to correct a severe case of scoliosis, 13-year-old Lora Leigh Luquet and her family are giving back to the community by sponsoring a blood drive on Friday at Harry Hurst Middle School.
|Ormond Boulevard railroad crossing closes for 3 days
October 23 at 8:43 am
The railroad crossing on Ormond Boulevard closest to River Road will be closed for three days for track replacement work.
|St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office recovers body of man who jumped into Lake Pontchartrain
October 20 at 4:53 pm
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office has recovered the body of a 21-year-old man who jumped into Lake Pontchartrain this morning.
|Loads of cash raised in race for judge
October 17 at 10:13 am
Judge Michele Morel and attorney Tim Marcel have combined to raise more than $200,000 in their race for the Division E judgeship of the 29th Judicial District Court.
|Disabled war veteran one of 25 waiting for a home at Hahnville homeless complex
October 17 at 10:03 am
Byron Joseph Sr., 56, is not a homeless stereotype.
|Herald-Guide hires new reporter, editor
October 17 at 9:57 am
The St. Charles Herald-Guide has hired a new reporter/lifestyles’ editor.
|Police: Woman arrested for stealing credit cards in Destrehan
October 17 at 9:56 am
A 37-year-old New Orleans woman has been arrested after authorities say she used a ruse in order to gain entry into a Destrehan home and steal credit cards.
|Vandals destroy Norco park lights
October 17 at 9:54 am
Vandals apparently shot out several lights at the Norco ball field on Fifth Street, leading St. Charles Parish officials to ask anyone with information about the incident to come forward.
|School would end earlier next year with 1-day fall break under proposed calendar
October 17 at 9:51 am
School will begin earlier next year and end earlier as well if a newly proposed calendar is approved by the St. Charles Parish School Board.
|Cell phone tech accused of stealing woman’s private pics will avoid jail
October 17 at 9:50 am
A former cell phone technician accused of stealing a woman’s private pictures from her cell phone will avoid jail after all charges against him were dismissed.
|Destrehan murder suspect found competent despite insanity plea
October 17 at 9:49 am
A Destrehan man claiming insanity in connection with the stabbing death of his live-in girlfriend has been found competent to assist his counsel by St. Charles Parish Judge Emile St. Pierre.
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• No. 2 Wildcats will rely on defense, run game to tighten grip on district’s top spot
• Hahnville defense faces tough task against high-scoring East St. John
• Hahnville offense rallies in hard-fought victory over Terrebonne
• Matthews powers No. 2 Destrehan past Thibodaux
• Hahnville needs offense to get back on track against Terrebonne
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After securing a 21-14 win over previously unbeaten Thibodaux, the second-ranked Destrehan Wildcats hope to keep that momentum going when they travel to Central Lafourche on Friday.
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