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North shore nightlife: What's happening for the weekend of April 25-26
Not driving in for New Orleans Jazz Fest ? Don't worry - there's still plenty happening on this side of Lake Pontchartrain.
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St. Tammany Parish Councilman Jake Groby asks corps, DEQ to reject oil driller's permit requests
Citing potential health risks, the threat to drinking water and local zoning restrictions, a St. Tammany Parish Council member is asking state and federal agencies to reject permit requests from an oil exploration company that wants to drill for oil and gas northeast of Mandeville.
Junior League of Greater Covington Spring Stomp can help stamp out childhood obesity
Help stamp out childhood obesity by taking part in the Spring Stomp. The seventh annual event, presented by the Junior League of Greater Covington , will be held on May 17 at the Hubie Gallagher Park in Covington, located at the corner of W. 15th and Filmore.
Wed Apr 23, 2014
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New Orleans police sergeant arrested, charged with 38 counts of possessing child porn
A veteran New Orleans Police Department sergeant was arrested Wednesday on child pornography charges, according to a statement from the Louisiana Attorney General's Office.
WDSU-TV New Orleans
NOPD officer arrested on child porn charges
WE'RE LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE INVESTIGATION THAT LED TO THE ARREST. WDSU NEWS REPORTER BLAKE HANSON IS LIVE AT SIX WITH THE LATEST INFORMATION.
Bill seeks more public notification of proposed fracking in parishes where practice is new
St. Tammany Parish residents gathered at the Paul Spitzfaden Community Center on April 16, 2014, to express their concerns about a proposal to drill for oil and gas, using the fracking method, near the city.
Mandeville Trailhead Market to jam with the Mandeville High Jazz Band, Patrick Cooper
The Mandeville High Jazz Band and Patrick Cooper both will be performing May 5 at the Mandeville Trailhead Market .
Report: Crawfishing suspect arrested near Bunkie after jumping into bayou to evade wildlife agents
Leadership St. Tammany Alumni Foundation's annual crawfish boil and membership drive will be May 1 at Cedarwood School in Mandeville.
St. Tammany Art Association hosts 'Get Fired Up!' to raise money for new kiln
That's the cost of one raffle ticket being sold as part of "Get Fired Up!," the St. Tammany Art Association 's current fundraiser for a new kiln for its ceramics studio.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
St. Tammany Parish Council Steve Stefancik sets community meeting
St. Tammany Parish Councilman Steve Stefancik will hold a community meeting with his 11th District constituents on April 30 in the library of Bayou Woods Elementary School off Carroll Road near Slidell.
Active and retired federal employees invited to attend complimentary NARFE dinner meeting on April 30
The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Chapter 1482 cordially invites non-member active and retired federal employees and their spouses to attend a complimentary dinner meeting on April 30 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at Benedict's Restaurant, 1144 N. Causeway Blvd. in Mandeville.
Completion of massive road project in Mandeville moved back to early fall
Massive road construction on U.S. 190 in Mandeville on Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
White: Scrapping Core's tests would spark problems
Dropping plans for Common Core tests would spark huge disruptions in Louisiana public schools, state Superintendent of Education John White said Monday.
Moonlight Hike and Marshmallow Melt will be May 2 at Northlake Nature Center
Northlake Nature Center will hold a Moonlight Hike and Marshmallow Melt excursion on May 2, starting at 7:30 p.m., at the center near Mandeville.
SLU student from Mandeville named state's top student broadcaster
Erika Ferrando, a Southeastern Louisiana University senior from Mandeville , was named the first top student broadcaster in the state by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters at its 2014 Prestige Awards luncheon in Baton Rouge.
Global Youth Service Day Festival teaches organic gardening in Lacombe
For the last two years, teacher Rebekah Ellis has been the driving force behind Global Youth Service Day in Lacombe .
Lawmakers could possibly legally pack heat in Capitol
Although opponents shot down his idea last week to allow legislators to carry loaded weapons into the state Capitol and other places, Sen. Bret Allain says he's reloaded and coming back for seconds.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Families join for a day of sun and fun at Easter at the Market in Mandeville
There were plenty of smiles and chocolate at the Mandeville Trailhead on the morning of April 19. On the eve of Easter, the famous bunny made a personal appearance to pose with children for photos, hand them treats and then lead them to the annual egg hunt at the Kierr Family Gardens.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Early voting for St. Tammany coroner, Slidell council post opens on Saturday
A child accompanies her mother in a St. Tammany Parish voting booth near Covington during a 2012 election.