In the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, crimes such as insurance fraud are receiving national priority and attention and the Louisiana State Police Insurance Fraud Unit is maintaining a zero tolerance approach to its investigations. […]
New flood height advisories released by Federal Emergency Management Agency — if adopted by St. Charles Parish — will drastically affect the building of new homes in certain areas on the west bank. […]
In two separate incidents, the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office — in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Agency and other area parish police departments — arrested four individuals attempting to traffic Ecstasy through the parish.
More than 50 Dow employee volunteers from the St. Charles Operations facility recently spent the afternoon visiting neighbors in the Killona community and in areas of Hahnville during Dow’s Door-to-Door Day. […]
Parish President Albert D. Laque has announced that residents of St. Charles parish who still need help with removing hurricane-debris from their private property have until May 31 to request assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. […]
In the never ending battle the parish faces against the forces of Mother Nature, the Pontchartrain Levee District is projecting a need to add to 3 pumps to the hurricane levee along the shores of the lake. […]
Even though few homes were destroyed locally from Hurricane Katrina, the advisory base flood elevation released by FEMA last week could potentially shakeup the construction of new homes in St. Charles Parish along the east bank. […]