The St. Bernard Voice proudly celebrated 131 years on Monday, Jan. 11.
Members of the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office recently spread some Christmas cheer by visiting several St.
A swearing-in ceremony took place on Monday, January 4 at the steps of the 34th Judicial District Court House in Chalmette for Judge William “Billy” McGoey (Division A), Judge Kim Jones (Division C
The Port of New Orleans officially began the long journey towards building a $1.5 billion multimodal container terminal in Violet Louisiana when they signed into an agreement to buy the Violet Dock
According to St. Bernard Parish government ordinance, there are specific times when fireworks can legally be used in the parish surrounding the New Year’s celebration. On Dec. 31, fireworks can legally be used from 9 a.m. until 2 a.m. On Jan. 1, fireworks can be used from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., at which time all use of fireworks must end for the New Year’s period. Any use outside these hours would be considered illegal disturbing of the peace. When considering your fireworks purchases this year, don’t forget that Goofy AJ’s Fireworks is back! For over 30 years St. Bernard has been missing out on one of the original Firework Stands of St. Bernard Parish, owned by the Duvio’s of St. Bernard Parish.