|Sheriff’s Reports (July 30)
July 31 at 11:27 am
• Andee Roussel, 44, of 324 Homedale Street in New Orleans, was arrested July 21 and charged with theft of items valued between $750-$5,000.
|Marino running for second term as clerk of court in St. Charles Parish
July 31 at 11:21 am
Lance Marino has announced he will seek a second four-year term as St. Charles Parish Clerk of Court.
|P&Z member running for District 3 council seat in St. Charles Parish
July 31 at 11:18 am
A Destrehan resident for more than 20 years, Dick Gibbs has announced he is seeking the District 3 seat on the St. Charles Parish Council.
|Fisher-Perrier seeking re-election on St. Charles Parish Council
July 31 at 11:11 am
Julia Fisher-Perrier is seeking re-election of the District 7 seat on the St. Charles Parish Council.
|Hahnville’s living legacy is over 300 years old
July 31 at 11:09 am
Nineteen years ago, Richard Whitney Jr. and his wife took a look at an, at the time, undeveloped property in Hahnville adorned by a plush landscape of oak trees, and they decided they just might stay awhile.
|Job growth, new projects boost St. Charles Parish economy
July 31 at 11:05 am
Boosted by employment growth and higher-end wages, St. Charles Parish’s economic outlook is expected to be robust and expanding with new multi-million-dollar projects.
|Bayou Gauche barrel-racing phenom won’t rest until she reaches top
July 31 at 11:02 am
Many young girls receive gifts like jewelry for their first communion, but Madison Johnson received a new saddle. Many young girls have closets full of shoes. In Johnson’s case, it’s boots.
|St. Charles Parish seniors making the grade
July 31 at 10:59 am
St. Charles Parish Public Schools made the grade with this year’s ACT composite score of 20, ranking it among the state’s top 15 public school systems.
|Presidential pen pal: St. Rose teen reaches out, finds response from Obama
July 31 at 10:56 am
Roger Scott knew it was a longshot that his letter to President Barack Obama would garner a response, but he went for it nonetheless. Today, he’s glad he did.
|Parish PIO receives national honors for communications work
July 31 at 10:52 am
The St. Charles Parish Office of Public Information recently received two meritorious awards for audiovisual productions and graphic design from the National Association of County Information Officers (NACIO) as part of its 2014 Awards of Excellence.
|Family, friends support murdered Des Allemands mother’s son
July 31 at 10:50 am
An emotional Jamie Loyacono of Metairie pointed to a photograph, one of many in a framed collage about Lindsay Nichols’ life, showing her child standing alongside Nichols and her son, Peter Paul Rose Jr.
|Destrehan actress is bonafide movie star
July 31 at 10:47 am
Imagine belonging to an online chat room on Skype with friends haunted by a mysterious, supernatural force using the account of their dead friend.
|Young Luling boy keeps strong attitude despite facing rare illness
July 31 at 10:43 am
Eight-year-old Grant Rechen has defied the odds his entire life.
|New HHS hoops coach brings exciting style
July 31 at 9:16 am
Spring is in the air at Hahnville.
|Primary and Specialty Physicians is offering back-to-school, sports physicals for $19.99
July 30 at 4:25 pm
Primary and Specialty Physicians of St. Charles in Luling is offering a Back-to-School and Sports Physical for $19.99 until Sept. 1.
|Pets of the Week: Caleb and Will
July 24 at 1:15 pm
This week’s St. Charles Humane Society’s showcase pets are Caleb and Will.
|Kevel Byrd is Luling Elementary’s 2014 Regional Student of the Year, also a District Student winner in St. Charles Parish
July 24 at 12:11 pm
Kevell Byrd of Luling is Luling Elementary School’s 2014 Regional Student of the Year while she’s also still holding the title as a District Student in St. Charles Parish.
|Former DHS QB ruled ineligible for 2015 season
July 24 at 11:58 am
Former Destrehan quarterback Marquise Darensbourg transferred to East St. John in February but was recently ruled ineligible to play for the 2015-16 season by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association.
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$12.6 million culinary arts building offers recipe for cooking up new La. chefs - 546 views
Three years in the works, Nicholls State University (NSU) celebrated the grand opening of the $12.6 million Lanny D. Ledet Culinary Arts Building, new home of the Chef John Folse Culinary Institute, with a ribbon cutting held at the building site.
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