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North shore holiday roundup: What's happening the weekend of Dec. 6-8
As the holidays get closer, there is no lack of family-oriented entertainment for folks to enjoy on the north shore.
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Children's Hospital Toy Drive has its roots in Terrytown
The 22nd annual Children's Hospital Toy Drive, coordinated by Alex Fisher Jr. of Terrytown and Jack Dunphy of Slidell, is being dedicated to teachers all over the world.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Two St. Tammany Parish schools to get new principals after Christmas break
Lakeshore High School principal Brennan McCurley will become the interim principal at Carolyn Park Middle in Slidell in January.
Northshore Technical Community College project may spark other development north of Lacombe
Years in the making, work is scheduled to begin early next year to put in roads and drainage on parish government-owned property north of Lacombe that will be home to a Northshore Technical Community College facility.
Caring Center of Slidell expanded just in time for the holidays
Taking part in the official ribbon cutting for the new Caring Center addition are, front from left, Parish Councilman Gene Bellisario, Good Samaritan Ministry; Caring Center Director Mary Holland; and James Richardson, St. Tammany Home Builders Association; and, back row, Nick Castjohn and Farrar Tingle, St. Tammany HBA; Fr.
Friends of Slidell conducting silent auction of American frontier books
The Friends of the Slidell Library will present a silent auction of book, magazines, and DVDs concerning the American Frontier, Native Americans and Cowboys.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
'Art that connects, inspires and transforms' on display OFFstage at Slidell Little Theatre
OFFstage Gallery will present "Art That Connects, Inspires and Transforms - The Work of Sister Catherine Martin," a Carmelite nun.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
How to raise caring children
A number of years ago, when my children were still quite small, we sat down to watch a video that had just arrived at our home from World Vision, a Christian relief and development organization we supported.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
'Lord, Teach Me To Pray' prayer series begins in January: Keeping the Faith
"Lord, Teach Me To Pray," a three-part prayer series offered in St. Tammany for those who desire to grow in the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ, will begin in early January.
Slidell police looking for armed man who robbed Burger King Thanksgiving night
Slidell police are looking for a man who robbed a Burger King on Gause Boulevard at gunpoint Thanksgiving night.
North shore holiday happenings: Jolly times ahead
The date has been set for Saint Paul's School's annual luminary celebration. The special Christmas event will be held Dec. 8 beginning at dusk at the school, 917 S. Jahncke Ave., Covington.
Columnist looks beyond lawsuit smokescreens
Re: John M. Barry, "Companies should fix what they break," Nov. 18, 4A Thank you for the excellent opinion piece by John M. Barry.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Original play spotlights New Orleans love story during World War II to debut Dec. 13
Family, hope and forgiveness are the central themes for an original play slated to make its debut in Slidell this December.
Slidell man convicted in juvenile sexual assault case
A St. Tammany Parish jury has convicted a Slidell man in the sexual assault of a minor he met online.
'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.
Festival of Nine Lessons will be celebrated at Christ Episcopal: Keeping the Faith
Christ Episcopal Church will have its annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols service at on Dec. 15, 4 p.m., at Christ Episcopal Church, 1534 Seventh St., Slidell.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
WWL-TV New Orleans
Mother wants answers after son dies in St. Tammany work release
ST. TAMMANY, La. -- Critics say St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain contracted with the connected to run two work release centers on the Northshore, and now they question incidents with one particular employer who has close ties to the centers.