|Longtime Herald-Guide co-publisher passes away
May 01 at 2:04 pm
The St. Charles Herald-Guide lost a co-founder, fellow writer and matriarch last Sunday.
|Luling man’s ‘plarn’ helps homeless
May 01 at 9:53 am
It was Wayne Abadie’s opportunity to work in “plarn,” but also to use this plastic yarn to make mats for homeless people.
|Billionaire murder suspect transferred to Killona jail
May 01 at 9:50 am
HBO documentary figure and murder suspect Robert Durst is coming to St. Charles Parish by way of Federal Marshall escort.
|Lifting weights won’t hold Luling man down
May 01 at 9:33 am
At 93 years old, Ellis Verdin is an inspiration – literally.
|4 bands rock Little Red Church Fest this weekend in Destrehan
May 01 at 9:29 am
Food, bands and carnival games will all be featured at this weekend’s Little Red Church Festival.
|St. Charles Parish voters will decide millions in taxes
May 01 at 9:20 am
It’s a crowded May 2 ballot with four tax propositions going before St. Charles Parish voters calling for sewer system improvements, a hurricane protection levee, school upgrades with a performing arts center and assistance for the financially-strapped ARC of St. Charles.
|Storm leaves SCP dealing with outages, wastewater problems
April 27 at 4:30 pm
Today's violent storm hit St. Charles Parish residents with power outages and a parishwide alert to stop wastewater use until further notice.
|SCP residents urged to discontinue wastewater use
April 27 at 4:11 pm
St. Charles Parish residents are urged to discontinue wastewater usage if possible due to heavy rain and power outages, especially in the areas of Paradis and Bayou Gauche until further notice.
|St. Rose man convicted of teen's murder
April 24 at 1:54 pm
A St. Rose man has been convicted of murder in connection with the May 29, 2012 slaying of 19-year-old Jared Mealey in the Preston Hollow neighborhood.
|Roller derby team skates through St. Charles Parish on 2,800-mile trek
April 24 at 1:17 pm
A roller derby team from Colorado skated through Louisiana this month as part of their 2,800 mile coast-to-coast, cross-country cause.
|Women sought for high-paying jobs
April 24 at 11:58 am
Norco Manufacturing Complex’s Date With Destiny program was created to literally build a pipeline for women to enter the petrochemical field – and it’s working.
|Time moves on, but Dr. Couch is not forgotten
April 24 at 11:39 am
The small, orange brick building at 15160 U.S. Hwy. 90 in Paradis, where Dr. Wilson P. Couch practiced medicine for more than 40 years is getting a new tenant.
|Suspected pusher busted in Luling
April 24 at 11:29 am
An anonymous tip led the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office to the arrest of a suspected drug pusher in Luling and seizure of a stash including nearly 1,200 grams of raw marijuana.
|Former councilman Authement running for parish president
April 24 at 11:10 am
After serving 12 years on the St. Charles Parish Council, Terry Authement has announced he’s running for parish president.
|New Sarpy murder suspect turns himself in
April 24 at 11:00 am
New Sarpy resident Sidney K. Smith, 22, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 28-year old Warren Sanders last Saturday night.
|Crawfish cook-off will offer more celebrity judges, 3-day festival.
April 24 at 10:47 am
St. Charles Parish’s second annual crawfish cook-off will be bigger in nearly every way this year with three days of festivities, more celebrity judges, carnival rides and nearly 40 boil teams ready to light the fire.
|Deputy blessed by community support.
April 24 at 9:58 am
Just days after being shot three times while directing traffic in Paradis, Cpl. Burt Hazeltine is now home.
|Cpl. Hazeltine surrounded by 'brothers in blue'
April 23 at 4:06 pm
Surrounded by his “brothers in blue,” Cpl. Burt Hazeltine reflected on surviving three gunshot wounds from a man who apparently ambushed him on Highway 90 while directing school traffic a week ago.
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• Robicheaux says spring game will be good measuring stick for Destrehan
• Tiger offense squeaks by ‘D’ in annual Hahnville Burger Bowl
• HHS track star signs with SLU
• DHS boys’ track team wins regional championship
• Teams from HHS, DHS finish in top 25 at BASS state tourney
Albert Cammon student wins 2015 Cox Hero Award - 529 views
Bobby Vinet, an eighth-rader at Albert Cammon Middle School, was awarded the 2015 Cox Hero Award.
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