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.
St. Bernard Parish has overcome insurmountable odds in the decade since Hurricane Katrina ripped through Louisiana.
The Louisiana Saltwater Series, a catchandrelease redfish tournament, was developed in 2010 by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) in conjunction with the Louisiana Wildlife
Everyone in St. Bernard has a Katrina story. We all remember exactly where we were on August 29, 2005 and how we spent the following years trying to return to normalcy.
The Melamine family Marty, Rosa and son Daniel are pictured with Archbishop Aymond, and shared a personal moment with a man of the church who understands everyday human life.
The Bayou Bulldogs at a well-earned swimming party to celebrate their baseball victory. Great job!
The Isleños community celebrated the scenic byways program with Lt Governor Jay Dardenne.
For the second time in as many weeks, the St. Bernard Parish Council has shot down a proposal to renameColonial Boulevard in Violet after Martin Luther King.
U.S.Attorney Kenneth Polite was the guest speaker at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Wednesday. It was a packed house with over 80 in attendance at Chalmette Elementary School.
The words “ballet” and “St.