Opening of Studio Arabi was celebrated last week with an open house of artists, local residents and many curiosity seekers in the 6600-6700 blocks of Saint Claude Avenue in Arabi. The area has been state-certified as a Cultural District.
The Chalmette High senior threw the javelin 175-07 to finish third in the 5A Louisiana High School Athletic Association state track meet.
By Todd Nunez
At a recent De La Salle Honor Societies Induction, nine students were renewed or inducted into the school’s chapter of Mu Alpha Theta, the Math Honor Society.
The St. Bernard Business & Professional Women’s Club recently held their annual installation of new officers for 2016-17. The officers are excited about the new year.
Seventeen teams participated last Saturday in the St. Bernard Parish School Board’s Lions Club Annual Golf Tournament. The tournament was held at the Oak Harbor Golf Course in Slidell.
Legislators from across Louisiana and state officials were served a taste of St. Bernard courtesy of local restaurants, businesses, and the local commercial fishermen.
Chalmette High senior Daja Bunch will continue her basketball career at Bishop State in Mobile, Alabama.
Add “Sippin on the Bayou” to the list of exciting new events to hit St. Bernard! Over 200 people kicked off this community gathering last week in eastern St.
The Stitch In Time Club, an organization under the St. Bernard Volunteers for Family & Community, that is sponsored by the LSU Ag Center, recently visited St.
The St. Bernard Economic Deveopment Foundation (SBEDF) will be participating in the 2016 GiveNOLA Day, taking place May 3, 2016.