The days of the $5 party in Plaquemines Parish buildings could meet its end this Thursday.
Chevron presented the Plaquemines CARE Center with a $2,000 donation last week to fund the Behavioral Health School Outreach Program in Plaquemines Parish Schools.
Fourth grade students at Belle Chasse Academy, (Terry Bolds, Jade Washington, Sandjuata Briley, and Angelina Knox) are using straws to blow air into the shaving cream.
Mrs. Bylsma’s Kindergarten students (Karaline Landrum, Brayden Munford, Layla Bair and Wyatt Hill) at Belle Chasse Academy, pose for a picture with their principal, Mrs.
Sigma Alpha Lambda is proud to announce that Dallas Alexis of Port Sulphur has been recently chosen to serve as the Vice President of the University of Louisiana Chapter.
Plaquemines Port Harbor & Terminal District Accounting Clerk Cheryl Tufaro (holding plaque) is retiring after 43 years with the Plaquemines Parish Government and the PPHTD.
On November 6, we will elect a 9-member council and a Parish President to govern the parish for the next 4 years.
On Plaquemines Parish’s Eastbank, where options are limited to buy groceries, Second Harvest Food Bank hopes to bring stability.
On Sunday, September 9, the Knight of Columbus Council# 6357 hosted a Pancake Breakfast for the community between the 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Masses.
Creating a Legacy for Future Generations: Dale Lindsey Completes Eagle Scout Project at Woodlands Trail
Although still having one more year before being required to complete an Eagle Scout Service Project, Dale Lindsey didn’t plan on procrastinating.