The Mandeville Lions Club hosted its inaugural Car Show on May 18. More than 30 antique car enthusiasts displayed their cars near the club's hall on Lafitte Street.
In April, the fifth grade at the Academy of the Sacred Heart was in charge of Hearty Helpers, which pairs the Middle School division with a charity for the month.
When Victoria Vicidomina enrolled in Archbishop Chapelle High School in Metairie as an eighth-grader five years ago, she set a goal to volunteer 1,000 hours when she graduated.
Kristen Leigh Hillburn of Metairie is the 2013 valedictorian of Archbishop Chapelle High School.
The Al Copeland memorial, a tribute to the flamboyant businessman who died in 2010, is planned for Lafreniere Park in Metairie.
The sponsor of a House-passed bill that would delay the impact of Louisiana's new teacher evaluations said Thursday action on his proposal is being unfairly delayed in a state Senate committee, as the session nears its June 6 adjournment.
The Academy of the Sacred Heart held its 126th graduation ceremony recently. Brooke A. Bourgeois of Metairie is the salutatorian of the Class of 2013.
A pickup and box trailer jackknifed and the trailer rolled over on the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway on Thursday morning, forcing the closure of the southbound span.
Reynaldo Garcia, 23, of Metairie, was indicted Thursday by a Jefferson Parish grand jury, with the aggravated rape of a 12-year-old girl.
Theresa Wood, 20, was booked with aggravated battery for allegedly pouring boiling water on her boyfriend's back.
The Jefferson Parish Charter Advisory Board plans to hold its final hearing Thursday at 5 p.m. at the Joe S. Yenni Building, 1221 Elmwood Park Blvd., in Elmwood.
New Orleans Domino's Pizza franchise owner, and president of RPM Pizza, Glenn Mueller has debuted a Domino's Pizza store location in New Orleans featuring a brand new Domino's retail store design.
Formosan termites swarm around a streetlight in the 6500 block of Hastings Street in Metairie on Wednesday night.
Louisiana's judges would get steady pay raises over the next five years under legislation approved late Wednesday by the Louisiana Senate.
After a group of local environmental groups filed suit challenging a recent vote to halt a new statewide energy-efficiency program without public comment, the Louisiana Public Service Commission plans to revisit the issue next month.