St. Bernard Parish will begin the new year with a new Parish President after the election of Guy McInnis garnering 52 percent of the votes over Wayne Landry’s 48 percent. McInnis led in 19 precincts while Landry led in 12. McInnis also led in early votes taking 2,816 or 56 percent to Landry’s 2,191.
In anticipation of the unveiling of a restored Conrad Albrizio mosaic at the Captiol State Museum in Baton Rouge next week that LSDAR State Regent Sue Simpson adopted as her state project, the memb
Drew M. Heaphy, Director of Administration, St. Bernard Port and Harbor Terminals was the guest speaker at the recent Kiwanis Club Meeting. Mr. Heaphy spoke about the St.
Just the Right Attitude, a non-profit organization founded in 1999 to combat hunger and provide aid and comfort to the less fortunate in the neighborhoods of Eastern New Orleans, as well as Lower S
Louis Pomes has officially announced that he will be a candidate for Parish President in the election to be held October 24. He is a life-long resident of St.
St. Bernard Parish children release balloons as part of an event to show support for law enforcement.
St. Bernard Business and Professional Women’s Club Names Catherine Serpas and Stephen Reuther 2015 Woman and Man of the Year
Catherine Ybarzabal Serpas and Clifford Stephen Reuther, will be honored by the St.
Rose Campagna and Bonnie Cook reunited after the Annual Reflection Breakfast sponsored by the St. Bernard Parish School Board.
Members of the Francois de Lery Chapter NSDAR attended the 10th Reflection Breakfast. The chapter was domiciled in Arabi on January 32, 1970.