The first session in the 2019-2020 Nunez History Lecture Series held on Tuesday, September 17 featured a very newsworthy topic.
I, Ralph Abraham, first ran for office in 2014 because I have nine grandkids and I was very concerned about the direction our country was headed under President Obama.
Both the candidates and the crowd were light for a Sept. 18 Candidate Forum at Nunez Community College hosted by the St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce.
The St. Bernard Autism Awareness Krewe presented the St. Bernard Parish School Board with a generous $10,000 check at a recent Board meeting.
Rod Knockers “Cruzin Da Parish” began its cruise Saturday morning at the Ford Motor Plant in Arabi.
On Saturday, September 14, Isabela Rivera and Kelsea Glorioso were crowned Miss Teen and Miss St. Bernard Parish Redfish Queens at the inaugural St.
Parish President Guy McInnis, public officials and local families celebrated Ryder Planchard Day on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at the Frederic Sigur Center in Chalmette. The event honored resident Ryder
The St. Bernard Business and Professional Women’s Club members have selected Dr. James Shoemaker and Jenifer Heintz as the 2019 Man and Woman of the Year. An evening gala and
There’s no doubt St. Bernard Parish is one of the safest communities around the New Orleans metropolitan area. While St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office deputies do a fine job of protecting
Clements Physical Therapy held a Ribbon Cutting ceremony today at 3317 Paris Road in Chalmette. Owners David and Rachel Clements, DPT were joined by St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis,
Several St. Bernard Firefighters have been deployed to assist with Hurricane Dorian recovery efforts. The Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) continues to coordinate support for states
The St. Bernard Parish Council joined municipalities across the country in proclaiming September as National Recovery Month at the council’s Sept. 3 meeting in Chalmette. Robert Fezekas II, pictured center