Festivals, parties and parades – or just a random Wednesday. They’re all the perfect time to sparkle, and one local resident has handcrafted the perfect accessory for any occasion. […]
Terry and Vicki Caillouet have lived on North Beauregard Lane in Destrehan for 37 years. On May 14 their home flooded for the second time since they have been living there. The first was the May flood of 1995. […]
St. Charles Parish Sheriff Greg Champagne said he was sickened after viewing the video of the Minneapolis incident that saw George Floyd killed while in police custody, as well as the event’s aftermath that has seen “rioting, looting and violence around the country.” […]
Have you solved the mystery?
The cartoon icon Scooby Doo is instantly recognizable to people young and old, a character that has endured for more than 50 years. So when a certain bright, colorful vehicle began taking to the roads of St. Charles Parish late last year, it may well have felt like the “Scooby Gang” had sprung from the small screen to real life. […]
The Schexnaydre twins have faced numerous challenged since March – school closed because of the pandemic, they’ve been sick, their parents have both been ill, their mother has been hospitalized and their house has flooded. […]
After the Norco Civic Association publically raised safety concerns over a pile of crossties left on city railroad tracks — worries heightened after someone allegedly attempted to set fire to the pile earlier this year — the issue has been addressed and the track is now clear. […]
Kerri Smith jumped on one of her student’s trampolines, Bridgette Oubre and one of her students participated in a water balloon fight, Kami Dufour visited Grand Isle with a student and Gina Burst baked lemon poppy seed muffins with one of her students. […]
Lou Valdin is no stranger to playing through pain.
And though the former longtime Hahnville head football coach channeled that experience into a different area this time around, in many ways he’s never been happier to do it. […]