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St. Tammany coroner's lawsuit paints him as visionary who modernized office
After employing a rope-a-dope strategy to the mounting criticism of his spending and management practices, St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan jabbed back last week with a lawsuit to thwart the state Legislature's move to give parish government control of his agency's finances.
6 hrs ago
Louisiana Bicycle Festival attracts quirky bikes, interesting characters
The Louisiana Bicycle Festival , held recently in Abita Springs, brought cyclists and bike enthusiasts to the north shore for a day of celebrating cool contraptions on two or more wheels.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Patrick Cooper will perform Americana, blues June 22 at Mandeville Trailhead Market
Patrick Cooper will be on stage June 22 at 10:30 a.m. performing Americana and blues selections at the Mandeville Trailhead Market .
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Tyrel Deville family celebrates blessing of new Habitat home: Mandeville West
"This is the best party ever!" said Tyrel Deville, who turned 9 the weekend after his new home was dedicated.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Mandeville's Sunset Point reopens
Katie Houghton was rigging a few poles Saturday morning underneath the covered awning of the Mandeville fishing pier, when something caught her eye.
Macie Breaux, Sarah Tullier earn Louisiana Academy of Performing Arts Hall of Fame awards
The Louisiana Academy of Performing Arts presented four Spring Concerts on June 8 at the Furhmann Auditorium in Covington for the Mandeville and Covington Schools of Music.
Sons of Confederate Veterans honor Fontainebleau JROTC program, students: Mandeville East
Cadet Command Sergeant Major Madeline Jordan of Fontainebleau High School's Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps was awarded the H.L. Hunley award by Aaron Crowe, Adjutant, of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 1727.
Mandeville youth rallies community for fallen war hero: Mandeville Central
"My goal was to line the streets with red, white and blue so that he and his family would know how much we appreciated his strength and bravery."
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Education leaders tout sucesses in St. Tammany during Chamber of Commerce summit
William S. Wainwright, Chancellor of Northshore Technical Community College, addresses the audience during the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce's 'State of Education' breakfast Friday in Mandeville.
'The Smell of the Kill' coming to Cutting Edge Theater: On the Stage
Cutting Edge Theater will present the regional premier of "The Smell Of the Kill" July 12-27 in Slidell.
Lane restrictions planned for U.S. 190 in Mandeville for road project
There will be alternating lane closures on both eastbound and westbound lanes of U.S. 190 beginning Monday night in connection with a project the widen the highway through central Mandeville.
Mandeville pier to open, Bonnabel next in line
Anglers have been locked out of the Bonnabel boat launch pier at Lake Pontchartrain ever since Hurricane Isaac broke at least two of the pier's joists last August.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
St. Tammany Coroner Peter Galvan sues state over bill stripping him of financial control
St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan has sued the state over a bill signed by Gov. Bobby Jindal this week that shifts financial control of the beleaguered agency over to parish government.
Cherished memories shared during Northshore Literary Society's 'A...
"That's the great part, putting people together. We celebrate everybody's accomplishments.
Business After Hours networking socials planned on the north shore
Business After Hours socials have become a popular way for the business and community service communities to meet and greet each other in a casual atmosphere.
Smiley: Patriotic rice
Glenn Giro, of Denham Springs, says that with Flag Day coming up on Friday, "I am reminded of my childhood and my mom's offbeat sense of humor.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Veteran journalists join New Orleans Advocate
Four longtime Louisiana journalists have been hired by The Advocate to improve the newspaper's coverage in Jefferson and St. Tammany parishes.
New farmer's market promotes 'local flavors': Abita Springs Town Talk
Until recently, the Mandeville and Covington farmer's markets provided the closest access for Abitans wanting to stock their fruit bowls and crisper drawers with fresh, organic, locally grown produce.
Children's Theater Camp in Mandeville to present 'Peter Pan'
Children's Theater Camp in Mandeville will present 'Peter Pan' as its summer production.