17 hrs ago
Jefferson Parish School Board elects new officers for 2014
The Jefferson Parish School Board met at Bonnabel High School in Kenner on Tuesday, December 3, 2013.
22 hrs ago
Kenner, Metairie fishing piers re-opening after Hurricane Isaac damage
At 88, Jack Newman goes fishing three times per week. He is one of the Kenner residents happy to see the pier at the end of Williams Blvd., in Laketown, reopen after it was damaged by Hurricane Isaac.
22 hrs ago
'Best Ink' returns to Oxygen with Kenner's Carey Matthews in the competition
Local tattoo artist Carey Matthews joins the competition for the third season of Oxygen's "Best Ink," debuting at 9 p.m. Wednesday .
North Kenner neighborhoods hold light contests
The annual Chateau Estates Lakefront Subdivision lighting competition will be held on Dec. 14, with judging beginning at 7 p.m. Awards will be given to the best decorated home on each street in the subdivision.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Jefferson Parish School Board to elect new president, approve bond sales
The Jefferson Parish School Board met at Bonnabel Magnet Academy in Kenner on June 4, 2013.
Zoning adjustments, Kenner's young advisers: Jefferson Parish politics links
Fourteen land use cases pepper the agenda of the Jefferson Parish Board of Zoning Adjustments when it meets Monday at 4 p.m. in Gretna.
Open houses to be held for free ballet classes in Algiers, Kenner
The NORDC/NOBA Center for Dance, a cultural, community partnership between the New Orleans Recreation Development Commission and the New Orleans Ballet Association, will hold open houses for its free youth ballet and tap classes at the Cut Off NORDC Center in Algiers and at St. Jerome Church in Kenner.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The Town Talk
Many Louisiana students used vouchers at failing schools
BATON ROUGE, La. -- New data indicate that many students in Louisiana's voucher program attended schools that were graded D or F on the state's grading scale.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Ethics Board needs to enforce campaign contribution limits: Editorial
The Times-Picayune's Manuel Torres reveal a group of politicians who are breaking Louisiana law by taking more money from PACs than allowed.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Black Friday weather forecast for metro New Orleans from FOX 8 meteorologist Chris Franklin
Here's the weather forecast for Thanksgiving and Black Friday for metro New Orleans from meteorologist Chris Franklin at our weather partner, FOX 8 a Black Friday shopping - more like Gray Thursday shopping - kicks off today at many retailers.
Po-boy Festival attracts many to Uptown in New Orleans: Uptown Line
More than 50,000 people celebrated New Orleans' most iconic sandwich at the seventh annual Po-boy Festival Nov. 24 on Oak Street between Carrollton Avenue and Leake Avenue in Uptown, organizers recently reported.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Marrero groups feed the hungry at Thanksgiving
Resurrection of Christ Outreach Ministries' Pastor Troy D. King Jr. makes it a "family affair" as they prepare to feed 150 people and distribute 100 Thanksgiving Baskets to families in need.
New Kenner theater to open doors Dec. 12; 'A Madea Christmas' to get show started
Actor-director Tyler Perry dons his granny apparel in 'A Madea Christmas,' set to hit theaters on Dec. 12. Kenner moviegoers will be getting an early Christmas present this year.
'Yuletide Celebration' heralded by Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
James William Boyd, center, Chief Executive Officer of the Louisiana Phlharmonic Orchestra, recently addressed the Rotary Club of Slidell Northshore, inviting them to make plans to attend the LPO's Dec. 8 'Yuletide Celebration' at the Slidell Municipal Auditorium.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Eric LaFleur and Danny Martiny to return excess campaign cash found by 'Louisiana Purchased'
State Sens. Eric LaFleur, left, and Danny Martiny said they will return excess contributions they received in recent elections.
Celebrity Chef Dinner at Chateau Estates Country Club in Kenner to...
Beautification of Kenner is a priority of the members of Chateau Garden Club, and it needs the support of the community to continue its efforts.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
First woman elected judge in Jefferson Parish retires, reflects
Retired Judge Nancy Amato Konrad was the first woman ever to be elected as a judge in Jefferson Parish.
Louisiana man's bond reduced
Bond for a Louisiana man charged in the slayings of two McComb women at a home in Summit, Miss., has been reduced to $700,000.
Are you done with the Road Home? Chat with Jarvis DeBerry Tuesday at noon.
STAFF PHOTO BY ELLIS LUCIA In this file photo from January 2007, Donna and Mark Perry and Delores DeJean submit paperwork to Road Home program housing advisor Dawn Warren in the Kenner office.