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A former Lacombe recreation district chairman who was part owner of a recently shuttered work release facility in St. Tammany Parish claims he did not initially know the district hired inmates from that program to perform maintenance work.
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Monty Fontenot has been named head of schools at Northlake Christian School in Covington.
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at St. Tammany Parish Hospital will hold a free breast cancer screening April 30 from 9 to 11 a.m. and noon to 2 p.m. at Wal-Mart, 880 North Highway 190, Covington.
A Public notice sign alerts the neighborhood of St. Scholastica Academy plans to expand their facilities by tearing down their gym and Wisdom Hall, and replacing them with new buildings.
Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes at French Quarter Fest 2014. The band will perform at Winos and Tacos in Covington on April 19 .
The site plan for 128 acres south of Covington, owned by All State Financial Co., where a residential neighborhood, commercial development and a cultural arts district, including a children's museum, are planned.
The Southern Hotel on Boston Street in downtown Covington on Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
Before a passionate and diverse group of opponents that included doctors, lawyers and youngsters with baseball caps turned backwards, the Covington City Council Tuesday night killed a controversial ordinance that would have limited skateboarding in the city.
The Village Church Lutheran invites the community to a full-length dramatic musical, "Blessed Redeemer," on April 18 at 7:30 p.m. at 29180 U.S. 190, Lacombe.
A St. Tammany work release inmate that was on the run in Tangipahoa Parish for two days in March will face a charge of simple rape in addition to other charges he was facing.
Photographed at the St., Tammany-West Chamber of Commerce April 11 luncheon are the chamber's Maura Donahue; U.S. Chamber of Commerce Executive Director of Congressional and Public Affairs, Southwest/South Central Region, Monique Thierry; and U.S. Chamber of Commerce Vice President of Congressional and Public Affairs Ron Eidshaug.
The Covington City Council is expected to roll out an ordinance Tuesday night that would limit skateboarding in the city , and local riders are poised to take a stand against the move.