Chris Dier’s commitment to making every student in his Chalmette High School history classes see themselves or their cultures represented in his lessons earned him Louisiana’s 2020 Teacher of the
Assistance may finally be on the horizon for Gulf Coast fishermen affected by the influx of fresh water from the Mississippi River. On July 23 Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi
The St. Bernard Community Health Center is holding its annual school supply giveaway on Friday, July 26, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at 8050 West Judge Perez Drive, Chalmette, on
St. Bernard Parish residents can register now for the 21st session of the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office Citizens Police Academy course, a free, 10-week program offered so residents can learn
The Knights of Nemesis has scheduled its 15th Annual Jack Bennett Memorial Luau Dance. The dance is open to the public and we invite everyone to attend and help celebrate
Members of St Bernard Firefighters were on hand and buddied up with players from the League of Angels during their final Kickball Game of the season on July 9. The
The Frederick Sigur Civic Center will be the host facility for the upcoming “The Rat Pack is Back” on Saturday, July 20, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at 8245 W. Judge Drive Chalmette.
The New Orleans Pelicans will host a free Junior Training Camp (JTC) on July 30 for ages 7 to 13.
Officials and fishermen from St. Bernard and Plaquemines Parish ended their gauntlet of meetings in Washington D.C. earlier this week with their most important stop: the White House.
At the July 15 meeting of the St. Bernard chapter of the Business and Professional Women’s Club, Wanda Alcon was recognized as the new President of the Louisiana Federation of of Business and Professional Women.
Two individuals identifying themselves as Orleans Parish residents, Roy Arrigo and Carol Byram, requested to speak during the public remarks portion at this week’s Council meeting held on Tuesday, July 16.