While 2020 has not been particularly gracious to local business and homeowners, St. Charles Parish Assessor Tab Troxler has some good news – help is on the way. […]
She was born in the year women gained the right to vote and in the decade of the Great Depression. She has witnessed the terms of 18 U.S. Presidents, and in the first decade of her life the television was invented. […]
Before heading off for school each morning, Kailie Carrigee has long heard the familiar refrain from her mother, Korie: “Be kind. Be humble. Be generous.” […]
With pandemic-related anxiety, stress and uncertainty at an all-time high, many people may be finding themselves seeking out mental health services. The good news for St. Charles Parish residents is that free help is only a call away. […]
Walter Pilie, a Destrehan resident of Ormond Plantation Estates for 34 years, has made it his mission to do whatever he can to get his and other neighborhoods in St. Charles Parish to stop flooding. […]
Wonderful. A firecracker. Assertive. A prankster.
Audrey Maria Higgins’ loved ones paint a colorful picture of a woman who loved to help people as much as she loved to have fun. Audrey tragically passed away on July 7 after a holiday weekend boating accident. Six others were wounded as a result of the Bayou Des Allemands boat collision that took place at approximately 9:29 p.m. on July 4. […]
When Roy Lunk wrote his first book on the history of his home community of Des Allemands, he had modest ambitions – perhaps a few hundred people would take interest, he thought, and at the very least his children would have a reference point to learn about the rich history of their home. […]