As several drums kept pounding a rhythm, a lively beat went on for young percussionists at St. Bernard Parish Library’s first Summer with the Arts Program event.
The Louisiana Crawfish Festival held its Queens Pageant earlier this month to select the incoming 2019-2020 royalty.
The New Orleans Advocate reported last week that the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office paid $200,000 in March to a woman who was sexually abused by a guard in the parish jail and that the guard in question remains on the department’s payroll.
A St. Bernard grand jury indicted Jonathan Mason, 37, of Ivy Place in Chalmette, June 3 on the charge of first degree rape of a juvenile.
The Louisiana legislature passed a proclamation June 5 honoring Lena Torres for her years of service to St.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries invites you to take part in its annual Free Fishing Weekend on Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9.
Gulf Coast Bank & Trust has sponsored the Chalmette High School’s Legion Baseball team since 1997.
For the sixth year, the Arlene and Joseph Meraux Charitable Foundation hosted AgMagic on the River last month at Docville Farm in Violet.
As “Kitten Season” is here, St. Bernard Parish Animal Shelter is inviting residents to drop off gifts for newborn community cats.
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