Congratulations to the following students for being named St. Bernard Middle School’s Terrific Teens for the second semester
A short list of food assistance options remains in play after St. Bernard Parish Schools cancelled its meal program March 23. Fortunately, for the time being, no urgent needs have been reported.
Uncertainty over the length of the coronavirus quarantine and resulting economic slowdown was old news at the beginning of this week. Now frustration is mounting among St. Bernard business owners over the slow response from U.S. lawmakers.
Nunez Community College’s Workforce Development Program is offering an OSHA 10-hour online training. Participants can enroll at any time in this 100 percent online training which results in an industry-recognized credential that is good in all states. A Department of Labor OSHA-10 card will be issued upon completion. The course fee is $30.
As cases of the coronavirus continue to rise in Louisiana, nursing homes and assisted living facilities have implemented numerous policies to protect the most vulnerable of residents: the elderly and infirmed.
Kelly Alfonso of Delacroix has been identified as St. Bernard Parish’s first death related to COVID-19.
State Representative Ray Garofalo says DOTD informed him they expect to begin this week with the overlay of LA Hwy 47 (Pari s Road) extending from the MRGO bridge to intersection of St. Bernard Hwy. At a cost of $3.274 million, the project is expected to last approximately seven months.
Dr. Greg Fernandez was sworn into office as Coroner of St. Bernard Parish by the Honorable Judge Jeanne Nunez Juneau on Monday, March 23.
Since schools are currently closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the deadline to apply for these scholarships has been extended from March 31 to April 30.
In every activity the DeFraites Family has done, there's been an element of fun.