The Plaquemines Medical Center and Plaquemines Primary Care provided COVID-19 antibody testing on May 21 at the Belle Chasse YMCA in their medical mobile unir.
The state Attorney General’s Office weighed in on the proposed toll bridge in Belle Chasse last week only to say that it expects the matter to wind up in court.
Scott Lott, a sergeant with the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office and a former parish director of operations, was issued a summons for misdemeanor theft last week.
The Belle Chasse Lions Club donated a case of N95 face masks to Riverbend Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Belle Chasse last week to help residents and staff stay safe during the COVID-19 pande
At the Parish Council’s request, Plaquemines President Kirk Lepine has released his plan for what taxes and fees need to be raised in order to fund the government, and 60 parish employees’ jobs han
On May 20, Boothville-Venice Elementary School held their annual Kiddieland and sixth grade ceremonies by hosting a drive-through celebration for the students.
In coordination with The Rotary Club of Belle Chasse, Jeff White, Michelle White, Tray Ansardi, and Manoj Patel delivered sandwiches to the workers at Riverbend Nursing Home as a way to show the co
The Plaquemines Parish Council’s debate over two resolutions to borrow money to make up a looming revenue shortfall was so depressing that the body didn’t even touch the third resolution on the tab
The sport fishing community in Plaquemines Parish is the latest to rally around high school seniors who lost the last quarter of their school year to coronavirus closures.
Second Harvest Food Bank is on its way to passing out 100,000 meals in Plaquemines Parish thanks to a $25,000 donation from Venture Global.
May 15 was Day 1 of Louisiana’s Phase 1 Reopening, and things were pretty sleepy in Plaquemines Parish.
Just days into the 2020 legislative session, freshman State Representative Mack Cormier, D-Belle Chasse, has been removed from one of his committee assignments.