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Northshore Chapter of the Catholic Foundation gives principals an A-plus, accolades
Catholic school principals from throughout St. Tammany gather for a picture with Archdiocese of New Orleans Archbishop Gregory Aymond at the second annual dinner presented by the Northshore Chapter of the Catholic Foundation.
Wed May 22, 2013
Louisiana Senate passes amended Equal Pay for Women Act
The Louisiana Legislative Women's Caucus marked Equal Pay Day on April 9, 2013 by calling on their colleagues in the Legislature to act on the state's gender pay gap.
WWL-TV New Orleans
Quiet Hero: Northshore father to travel to D.C. to save life of man he's never met
There is a man somewhere in the country who is battling leukemia and he might be saved by a man he has never met who lives in Slidell.
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Slidell fire stations will begin accepting food donations for Oklahoma tornado victims
People go through the debris near Telephone Road and SW 4th Street after a tornado moves through Moore, Okla.
Woman pleads guilty to manslaughter
A 32-year-old Slidell woman charged with beating and stabbing a 50-year-old woman to death in 2005 during an argument over crack cocaine has been sentenced to 35 years in prison after she pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
Tue May 21, 2013
Slidell couple leads cops on high-speed chase after theft of $37 printer
Clint Coslett, left, and Prilla Coslett were arrested Tuesday, May 21, 2013, after Slidell Police say they stole a printer from Walmart and then fled from police.
Slidell retirement home employee booked for stealing from residents, then selling items to pawn shops
Stephanie Ducre was booked May 17, 2013, in the St. Tammany Parish Jail for exploitation of the infirm, theft by fraud and theft of assets of an aged person.
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Landon McKenzie and Ed Fitzgerald design a boat at the Kids' Boat Shop operated by the St.
Mon May 20, 2013
Audition May 26 for north shore production of hit musical 'Rent': On the Stage
Cutting Edge Productions will hold auditions for Broadway's landmark rock musical "Rent" on May 26 at noon in Slidell.
The Beaumont Enterprise
Three Days- 24 Hours of FishingSplash Toledo is HISTORY
Wesley Thomas won the 27th annual Big Bass Splash on Toledo Bend with his 9.62 lb day one catch.
Sun May 19, 2013
Women of Infinite Possibility plan sweet Slidell gathering
'Surprising Facts on Chocolate and Wellness' will be the sweet subject of the next Women of Infinite Possibilities meeting in Slidell.
Sat May 18, 2013
Randy Bergeron named Louisiana Elks Association Vice President East
Slidell Elks Lodge 2321 Exalted Ruler Randy Bergeron of Slidell has been named Louisiana Elks Association Vice President East.
Twelve Books literacy program puts nearly 3,000 books in students' hands: North Slidell
Nearly 3,000 brand new books are in the hands of students at Bonne Ecole Elementary School in Slidell, thanks to the Twelve Books project.
Kickoff of St. Tammany coroner recall effort draws steady stream of voters
St. Tammany Parish voters sign recall petition against Coroner Peter Galvan at a public kickoff on First Street in Olde Towne Slidell on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
District 9 constituents consider flood, traffic concerns: Military Road
Residents were able to review proposed revised federal flood maps at a monthly meeting sponsored by Parish Councilman Gene Bellisario.
Fri May 17, 2013
STARC Art talent on display at Slidell Business After Hours celebration: Tammany Notebook
As art teacher Sandra Deason looked on, occasionally offering a suggestion or technique to consider, Henry McKnight bent over a blank piece of black construction paper and brought an eagle to life.
Trio charged in 2012 Slidell slaying and fire now facing new charges
A Slidell teen previously charged as an accessory to a 2012 homicide in which a woman was stabbed and then burned now is facing a second-degree murder charge after a St.
Fontainebleau High School senior Noel Morris named top student in Jobs for America's Graduates
Noel Morris, 18, shows off her Jobs for America's Graduates award to the St. Tammany Parish School Board on May 2, 2013.