12 hrs ago
St. Tammany junior and high school students featured in St. Tammany...
How do young people prepare themselves to navigate challenges in the field of visual art? Certainly the amount of time spent developing skills, basic and advanced, indicates willingness and intent.
16 hrs ago
Covington finishes fourth in cleanest city competition
Covington came up short in its quest to be the cleanest city of its size in Louisiana, finishing fourth in its division in competition judged on May 10.
19 hrs ago
Lawmakers, state treasurer spar over $251 million bond bill for technical and community colleges
State Treasurer John Kennedy testifies against the Senate Bill 204, which would authorize the issuance of bonds to finance capital improvements for the Louisiana Community and Technical Colleges System, in front of the House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
'Mud, Masks and Monsters' among summer fun opportunities at St. Tammany Art Association
"It's a productive activity for the summer. It engages their participation creatively," said Cindy Pulling, Executive Director of the STAA.
Tue May 21, 2013
LSU AgCenter nutrition agent featured guest June 1 at Covington Farmers Market
LSU AgCenter Extension Service nutrition agent Karen Marie will be the featured speaker June 1 at the Covington Farmers Market .
Vacation Bible school programming may have had humble beginnings in...
Lexi Gideon, enjoys a 2011 roller coaster ride with her sister Kiera. 'Colossal Coaster World' is the theme of a vacation bible school program being held this summer in Covington.
Covington gets grant to encourage kids to walk to school
The city of Covington has received a grant of nearly $300,000 to build a walkway that will cover seven blocks and provide a new route for students who walk to Pineview Middle School.
St. Tammany Woodworkers Guild volunteers begins preparing...
Landon McKenzie and Ed Fitzgerald design a boat at the Kids' Boat Shop operated by the St.
Raising the Roof for Charity raffle winner will be determined June 1
Civic leaders and dignitaries with the St. Tammany Home Builders Association break ground earlier this year on the 2013 Raising the Roof for Charity raffle house.
Mon May 20, 2013
Some Covington drivers leery about new traffic signals
The new and improved traffic signals on Boston Avenue in downtown Covington have been installed and are fully operational, but some motorists are a bit uneasy by what they see.
Lost dog search prompts sign law discussion in Covington
The Covington City Council has called a special work session to discuss its sign ordinance, which erupted into controversy earlier this month after a woman complained that placards seeking help in finding her lost dog were removed by the city.
Audition May 26 for north shore production of hit musical 'Rent': On the Stage
Cutting Edge Productions will hold auditions for Broadway's landmark rock musical "Rent" on May 26 at noon in Slidell.
Sun May 19, 2013
Mad Hatter Party supports Children's Advocacy Center-Hope House
Alice and the Mad Hatter attend the 2011 Mad Hatter Party benefiting Children's Advocacy Center - Hope House.
North shore audiences will feel 'Glad All Over' at 'Come Together' production of Beatles favorites
"Northlake Performing Arts Society is a group of people who enjoy singing and the magic that music brings to the performer, as well as the listener." Audiences will feel "Glad All Over" as the Northlake Performing Arts Society presents "Come Together," a tribute to the Beatles.
Fri May 17, 2013
Emily Guillet and Montrelle Chatman are May Covington High Students of the Month
The school year may be quickly coming to an end, but the seniors at Covington High haven't stopped exhibiting their talents - even after they have graduated.
Discover perks of petite Mandeville parks: Mandeville West
I've had the privilege of living in Mandeville for more than 10 years. Although I graduated from St.
Thu May 16, 2013
Slidell pet grooming salon owner to appear in court on animal cruelty charge
Christina Stewart will be arraigned on a felony aggravated cruelty to animals charge on June 18 in 22nd Judicial District Court in Covington.
Mark Johnson's 'Early Days' sets stage for 'Pigs, Trains and Juke-Joints': Cultural Connection
A picture is worth a thousand words. Mark Johnson is going to challenge that record with at least a thousand and one more, all part of the Covington Bicentennial celebration hosted by the St.
Cutting Edge Theater opens glamorous new show: On the Stage
Liz Lowery battles Nicky Wilson in Cutting Edge Theater's production of 'Troop Glamour Girls,' on stage through May 26, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., with Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults; and $15 for students.
St. Tammany seniors get tips on living a healthier, safer lives
Bert Bickham, right, and Willie Johnson, both of Covington, share a laugh as they visit before the start of the St.