The St. Bernard Parish Government is heading back to court to stop the Lake Borgne Basin Levee District from turning over the parish’s pumping and drainage system to parish government July 1.
The St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office Reserve Division recently received a donation from the Downtown Irish Club for the purchase of a lifesaving vest to be worn by a Reserve deputy while on duty.
If yo u h av e an A m eric an flag that is no longer appropriate to display, please allow Eagle Scout, Bryant Breksa, to serve you in its proper retirement.
The Manny Randazzo King Cakes Facebook page announced June 21 that Manuel Randazzo Sr., “the last remaining creator of the original Randazzo family king cake recipe,” had passed away June 17 at the age of 91.
St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office Lt. Brent Bourgeois was among more than 250 law enforcement officers from across the globe who graduated June 7 from the prestigious FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Nunez Community College (NCC) signed an articulation agreement with Delgado Community College (DCC) on June 17 that will offer students at NCC and DCC access to more enhanced educational opportunit
Reports surfaced earlier this week that the American Association of University Professors has placed Nunez Community College on its censure list.
St. Bernard Parish’s Academic Games Team traveled to Orlando, Florida recently, joining over 2,000 students from across the country to compete in this elite, national tournament.
In April, the St.
Everybody helped tell a story during “Tales with a Twist” at St. Bernard Parish Library.
Wayne Burgess of the LSU Ag Center, charter fi sherman Lucas Bissett of Anglers Bettering Louisiana’s Estuaries (ABLE) and local Sea Grant agent Dominique Seibert, all in front, presented a $4,000
The state Department of Wildlife & Fisheries recently issued a press release confirming early reports of damage that commercial fishermen in St. Bernard Parish predicted would follow the opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway.