12 hrs ago
An old boat, a Jagermeister chandelier and a flat screen TV: Handmade backyard bar is Mandeville couple's labor of love
Kenny Booth used to fish on Lake Pontchartrain from an old boat. Now, instead of keeping him afloat, the boat is turned on its side, and the tackle it holds is of the alcoholic variety.
13 hrs ago
Louisiana construction contracts up in July led by street, highway work
Massive road construction on U.S. 190 in Mandeville where work continues on Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
20 hrs ago
Northlake Performing Arts Society to sing 'Music for Peace' at three area churches
Peace be with you. The Northlake Performing Arts Society will present "Music for Peace" on Sept.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Disabled log truck creating traffic headache in Mandeville
A disabled log truck is causing heavy traffic congestion at West Causeway and Florida Extension in Mandeville, police said Monday (Robert Rhoden / NOLA.com Mandeville police advise motorists to avoid the intersection of West Causeway Approach and Florida Street Extension .
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Mandeville getting new water tower
Construction has begun on a new water tower in Mandeville that is expected to improve water pressure in parts of the St. Tammany Parish city.
St. Tammany Parish will cease enforcement of 'unconstitutional' sign regulations
The St. Tammany Parish government will stop enforcing an ordinance that restricts political signs on private property under pressure from state Democratic and Republican leaders, who claim the parish law in unconstitutional.
End of qualifying re-elects some, sets up other races
District attorneys in Jefferson, Plaquemines and St. Charles parishes were among the New Orleans-area public officials who were effectively re-elected Friday when the three-day qualifying period for the Nov. 4 election closed without bringing them any challengers.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
EBR police and fire briefs for Aug. 23, 2014
A Cox Communications repairman accused of having sex with a 14-year-old girl was booked Friday by East Baton Rouge Parish sheriff's deputies on a count of carnal knowledge of a juvenile.
WDSU-TV New Orleans
Blood drive held in honor of Northshore boy battling cancer
NINE YEAR OLD BRADY EVANS.. A STAR ATHLETE WITH A BIG SMILE.. AND AN EVEN BIGGER HEART.
Decades after working on Causeway construction project, man sees bridge for first time
Working for Brown & Root Co. in Houston back in the 1950s, Tony Wenzel was poised to come to Louisiana to be a field engineer for the construction of the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway .
Thu Aug 21, 2014
'Tammany Parkway' is new name for parish's main drag
Most of the 60,000 or so motorists who use western St. Tammany 's main commercial thoroughfare each day probably have no idea they are driving on what is now called the Tammany Parkway.
Free things to do on the north shore: An ongoing list of frugal ideas
For the coupon-clippers, frugal shoppers and price negotiators among us, there's one word that stands out above all else: "free."
North shore nightlife: What's happening for the weekend of Aug. 22-23
Even the dog days of summer leave some clubbers undaunted. Party through the height of storm season - and celebrate our good luck thus far - with live rock, country or electronic.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
St. Tammany Animal Resource Team will hold garage sale to help homeless pets
The St. Tammany Animal Resource Team will hold a garage sale Aug. 29 and Aug. 30 in Mandeville to raise money to help neglected and homeless animals.
Construction underway on new $2.85 million Mandeville water tower
Construction is underway on a new water tower on the eastern edge of Mandeville that should improve water pressure in parts of the city.
New Orleans Saints
Black and Blue Report: August 20, 2014
Training Camp presented by Verizon is open to the public weather permitting. This practice will take place at Mandeville High School in Mandeville.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Water boiling advisory issued for some customers of Briarwood Terrace water system near Mandeville
St. Tammany Parish issued a water boiling advisory Tuesday afternoon for some customers of the Briarwood Terrace water system along Louisiana 1088 north of Mandeville .
St. Tammany governments under pressure to ease "unconstitutional" political sign regulations
The state Republican and Democratic parties are hammering local governments in St. Tammany Parish for having ordinances that the parties say impose unconstitutional restrictions on campaign signs on private property.
Nearly nine years after Hurricane Katrina, a church's once lost garden bench is found
When Emmett Moran recently joined his wife on a two-day spring garden rejuvenation at their church, Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist in Lakeview, he was determined to remove some overgrown ginger plants near the entrance to their Sunday School.