Parish President Guy McInnis is urging residents to have a personal plan for Hurricane Season. Hurricane Season runs from June 1 through Nov. 30, and the parish has no shelter
With the beginning of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season nearing, Southeast Louisiana residents should begin making plans so they can be prepared if a storm threatens our area. Preparing for
As the finale of the 2018-2019 season, Symphony Chorus of New Orleans’ Music Director Steven Edwards has programmed contrasting choral masterworks from the 18th and 20th centuries. The Duruflé Requiem
St. Bernard Parish Government Officials broke ground this morning on the Mumphrey Road Canal Crossing and the Gallo Drive Canal Crossing in Chalmette. The Mumphrey Road project, located in the
The New Orleans Advocate reports that the St. Bernard Parish Council has agreed to settle a federal discrimination suit for more than $1 million. The suit began in 2015 when
Jental Labz, LLC held a Ribbon Cutting at 418 W. Judge Perez Drive, in Chalmette. Owner Rosetta Gabriel was joined by State Representative Ray Garofalo, St. Bernard Chamber’s Chief Executive
Parish President Guy McInnis was proud to report the “State of our Parish is strong and the spirit of our community is even stronger. Our quality of life has vastly improved.
A series of auto thefts and burglaries in Chalmette and Meraux April 22 ended with a pickup truck wedged in the walkway of a McDonald’s in east New Orleans.
Multiple St. Bernard Parish charities are taking part in the 2019 GiveNOLA Day initiative from the Greater New Orleans Foundation on May 7.
A crowdfunding campaign has begun to rebuild the Trapper’s Cabin on Los Isleños Heritage & Cultural Society property in St. Bernard.
St. Bernard Volunteers for Family & Community (SBVFC) recently visited the residents of St. Margaret Nursing Home, to play bingo for prizes and serve refreshments.