R. K. Smith Middle School held back-to-school orientation for students and guardians to pick up schedules, purchase spirit wear, receive lockers and offered assistance with filling out school documents completed online. Open house was recently […]
Arrests Alexis Washington, 32, of 5518 Wilton Drive in New Orleans, was arrested Sept. 17 and charged with obstruction of justice. Glenn Grover, 18, of 918 Gassen St. in Luling, was arrested Sept. 16 and […]
As Tropical Storm Gordon made its way toward Louisiana on Labor Day weekend, Destrehan High School’s ROTC students went to East Bank Bridge park and filled bags for the elderly and disabled. They filled and […]
‘This project is the last piece of the puzzle’ The final phase of the East Bank multi-use levee path in Montz has been awarded nearly $1 million by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development […]
First place jambalaya – Hot Rod Joe & The Boys – (from left) Shell Norco General Manager Brett Woltjen, Travis Gilbert, Randy Pollet and Joe Waits. First place gumbo winner – Prestige Worldwide – (from […]
“I always say quality over quantity. It’s important when it comes to good food.” – Katie Hymel Amid the sweet, tantalizing aromas of handmade almond cupcakes, croissants and even croutons, pastry chef Katie Hymel’s delicacies […]
Mimosa playgroups are on Mondays at 10 a.m. St. Rose Elementary Playgroups are free to the public and begin at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays.
RPTA focusing on feasibility The River Parish Transit Authority (RPTA) is assessing two fixed bus routes that will include St. Charles Parish. “We are still exploring the feasibility of a fixed-route system,” said Corey Faucheux, […]