St. Bernard Parish voters can cast ballots for early voting Saturday, September 28 through Saturday, October 5 (Closed Sunday, Sept. 29) at the St. Bernard Parish Registrar of Voters Office,
Lifelong Meraux resident Robbie Terminie, known by many as working on numerous campaigns to change St. Bernard parish for the better, officially announced his campaign for the District D coun- cil
On Wednesday, September 25, US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross declared “a catastrophic regional fishery disaster occurred for Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama due to extreme flooding events in the Gulf
The two dozen St. Bernard Parish residents participating in the 21st session of the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office Citizens Police Academy have already visited with several veteran deputies from patrol,
A 50-year challenge of rivals, Chalmette High battled Holy Cross on the football field last Friday night. The rival game was well attended by both schools, thousands with a lot
Join the St. Bernard Chamber of Commerce at Docville Farm for an afternoon of Blues, Brews and BBQ!
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.