Tammy Crochet Saltaformaggio was born November 11, 1958 and passed away October 15, 2019 at 60 years old. She is survived by her two sons Shane (Kimberly) and James Saltaformaggio, her mother Dolores Crochet, three […]
Just as the St. Charles Parish Council was about to award a $777,469 construction contract for a memorial park, area veterans contended they’d been excluded from its planning and got approval to table the move. […]
St. Charles Parish Sheriff Greg Champagne said a newly-launched app, OffenderWatch Safe Virtual Neighborhood, will help deter child sex offenders and provide parents “some peace of mind” about what their children are doing online. […]
With much anticipation, the Wingerters were ready to open their new Luling restaurant when the unthinkable happened.
“I have terrible news,” said a stunned Amelia Wingerter. “They left an eviction notice on the door. They didn’t have the decency to contact me.”
When secessionists attacked Fort Sumter in South Carolina, the American Civil War began.
Leading up to the nation’s division, St. Charles Parish joined 29 parishes on Jan. 26, 1861 supporting succession, meaning the German Coast was no longer part of the United States.