Federal agencies allege industrial flares were improperly operated and monitored, leading to “excess” pollution. Certain chemicals identified by the agencies are linked to respiratory illnesses and cancers.
The Central Private Student Council is hosting a memorial volleyball tournament to show support for law enforcement officers, honor fallen officers, and raise money to buy Angel Armor bulletproof vests for officers in the area.
The new two-story, 80,000-square-foot Denham Springs Elementary school is beginning to take on a remarkable appearance for those residents and passersby who travel near the corner of Centerville Street and Range Avenue.
With all the travel restrictions in place these days, you wouldn’t think now is the time to head off to England. But, did you know you can get an authentic taste of the old country without a passport? So, don your family livery, and acquire some manners. You are having tea with the Queen.
January is National Mentoring Month, and this year Big Buddy Program is celebrating the annual campaign aimed at expanding quality mentoring opportunities to connect more of our community’s young people with caring adults by honoring Mentors in our community
While this year’s Thanksgiving gatherings may look a little different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that isn’t stopping many people from doing their last-minute grocery shopping Wednesday night.
Even though parades won’t be allowed to happen in New Orleans during Mardi Gras, some krewes brought up the possibility of rescheduling parades. Mayor LaToya Cantrell says she won’t rule out that possibility.
Video shows no one was with 15-year-old Quawan Charles around the time of his death, deputies in the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office reported. The sheriff’s office said the video shows Charles near the area and no one is recorded before or after he is seen on video “for some time."
Demonstrators questioning the possibility that the death of Quawan Charles involves foul play gathered along with the teen’s family Wednesday, Nov. 11, outside of the Iberia Parish Courthouse to demand more information be released.
Rev. Lee Wesley, pastor at Community Bible Baptist Church in Scotlandville and Plymouth Rock Baptist Church in Plaquemine, has passed away, Together Baton Rouge announced in a statement Wednesday, Nov. 11.