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Two boys remain hospitalized for burns after camp accident
Two days after an experiment went awry at a Covington science camp, two young boys with severe burns remained hospitalized and in critical condition.
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Natural gas-powered supply vessels too costly, Hornbeck CEO tells Louisiana Energy...
As some in the marine industry have begun to look at using liquified natural gas to power offshore supply vessels, the head of the Covington-based Hornbeck Offshore Services said Wednesday that he believes moving full-steam ahead in that direction is too cost-prohibitive.
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Mary-Brent Brown earns prestigious, national Peo Star Scholarship
A secret sisterhood that formed in 1869 by seven young women and has grown today to almost a quarter of a million members including five north shore chapters has named Mary-Brent Brown of Covington as a recipient of its prestigious STAR Scholarship .
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Slidell Little Theatre auditions set for 'Seussical': On the Stage
Scarlett Taylor, Shelby Duhe, Skye Travis and Ashley Davis take a bow after a performance of 'Seussical Jr.' at the Elmer E. Lyons Performing Arts Center at Covington High School on June 13, 2013.
Boys burned during experiment at Covington science camp remain hospitalized
Two young boys who suffered burns during an accident at a science camp in Covington remained hospitalized Tuesday, the state fire marshal said.
American Society of Italian Heritage welcomes Honorary Italian Consulate Arnaldo Partesotti
The American Society of Italian Heritage , north shore chapter, recently held its summer luncheon at Benedict's Plantation in Covington.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Covington man pleads guilty in septic tank scheme
A former septic system inspector for the Onsite Wastewater Program of the state's Center for Environmental Services admitted Monday in Baton Rouge federal court that he accepted approximately $50,000 in bribes from a septic tank contractor.
Suspect surrenders in Covington area armed robberies; accomplice sought
Jammal Calloway, left, is sought for two Covington area armed robberies. Regis Chatman, right, has turned himself in.
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Suspect missing after accomplice admits armed robbery involvement
COVINGTON, La. Upon turning himself in for an armed robbery incident, a suspect admitted to his and an accomplice's involvement in a separate armed robbery, according to the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office.
People who know Covington well talk about past for the bicentennial culmination
When asked why she's involved to the degree she is in Covington, Carolyn Talley Pearce said she's been busy her whole life.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
78 years later, civic pride still flows over iconic Huey P. Long Bridge
Elizabeth Blanchard, middle, holds the ribbon during a re-dedication ceremony of the Huey P. Long Bridge on Sunday, June 16, 2013.
Academic dean named at La. school
Margavio has more than 17 years of experience as an educator and has worked in curriculum development and strategic planning for public and private schools.
Tyrel Deville family celebrates blessing of new Habitat home: Mandeville West
"This is the best party ever!" said Tyrel Deville, who turned 9 the weekend after his new home was dedicated.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Macie Breaux, Sarah Tullier earn Louisiana Academy of Performing Arts Hall of Fame awards
The Louisiana Academy of Performing Arts presented four Spring Concerts on June 8 at the Furhmann Auditorium in Covington for the Mandeville and Covington Schools of Music.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Prayer breakfast to celebrate Covington's bicentennial to be held July 2
In honor of the city of Covington's bicentennial this year, a community prayer breakfast will be held July 2 at the Briggs Assembly Center on the campus of St. Paul's School.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
St. Tammany Parish School Board welcomes four new principals
The St. Tammany Parish School Board welcomed four new school principals Thursday night during its meeting in Covington.
Covington business park to double in size under plan by local investors
Behind a line of trees on busy U.S. 190 near Covington , bulldozers are busy clearing a woodsy tract to make way for what has been rarely seen during the great recession: the rise of major office buildings.
Queen sought for June 29 Covington Bicentennial Parade
The Covington Bicentennial Parade Committee is currently accepting nominations for one young woman who will serve as queen of the June 29 Covington Bicentennial Parade.
Cherished memories shared during Northshore Literary Society's 'A...
"That's the great part, putting people together. We celebrate everybody's accomplishments.