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The start of a new school year saw the opening of WOW Cafe American Grill & Wingery on the UAB campus.
A citizens panel agred Tuesday night to seek voter approval next spring for a 4-mill tax increase to upgrade recreation programs and facilities in the Covington area.
Parish President Pat Brister presents certificate of recognition to John O'Neil at the Dec. 5 Parish Council meeting.
Joffrion adds Richey contacted him about his car for sale and after conducting his own background check and getting the keys to Richey's vehicle, he allowed him to take it for a test drive.
St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce will have a special Christmas After Hours celebration, beginning an hour earlier as the holidays approach, on Dec. 19 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at St. Tammany Homestead, 205 North Columbia St., Covington.
Lakeview Regional Medical Center in Covington held its Second Annual Teachers Appreciation Night honoring teachers in St. Tammany Parish recently.
Pink becomes a symbol of hope for St. Tammany Parish Public School System students, teachers and administrators every October as they observe National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The 52nd Louisiana Beekeepers Association Convention was held Dec. 6-7 at the Clarion Inn & Suites Conference Center in Covington.
Students of the Louisiana Academy of the Performing Arts will be spreading a bit of Christmas cheer and goodwill by sharing their musical talents with the community for a worthy cause.
You can have them boiled or still clawing at you, and this year, you can buy crawfish when you buy your Christmas tree.
Christ Episcopal School 's third annual Mistletoe Market, a two-day shopping experience held in the gymnasium of the school located at 80 Christwood Blvd., Covington, began yesterday and continued today.
Tickets are on sale and construction is under way for the 2014 Raising the Roof for Charity Raffle House .
Roy Jenkins is a teacher at Abita Springs Middle School, a motorcycle racer, a motorcycle race chaplain, and an author of two books, "Dirt Bike Ike: Casting the Dream" and "Racing Fuel for the Spirit: Inspirational Devotions and Stories for Motorcycle Riders."
Covington High School is well-known for its wide variety of educational programs.