Monday, February 13, 2017
GREENSBURG – More than three dozen children were injured Monday morning when a school bus overturned after being struck by a pickup truck a mile south of Greensburg.
Saturday, February 11, 2017
On Saturday, BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo hosted its "I Heart My Zoo Day," billed as a "Valentine's extravaganza" that included Safari Amphitheater programs featuring interesting "birds and bees" facts about some of the animals, a chance for kids to co…
Friday, January 27, 2017
A Louisiana State Police trooper was hit by a passing driver while conducting a traffic stop in St. Helena Parish on Friday and is now in the hospital with moderate injuries, according to LSP officials.
Thursday, December 29, 2016
Monday, December 05, 2016
The body of a 3-year-old child was found in the burned remains of a mobile home in Greensburg on Friday afternoon, the state Fire Marshal's Office said Monday.
Monday, October 24, 2016
It's the day boys and ghouls wait for all year. Baton Rouge area parishes have announced trick-or-treat hours for Monday, Oct. 31.
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Greensburg is without a mayor for the second time in under four months following the resignation late Tuesday of Mayor-elect Willie Hurst.
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Daniel Champton didn't buy flood insurance for his home in the Ascension Parish town of Galvez. Based on federal flood maps, he wasn't required to.
Friday, September 23, 2016
Friday, September 16, 2016
GONZALES — Pop music superstar Taylor Swift is helping Ascension Parish schools "shake off" the recent flood damage by cutting a $50,000 check to assist with relief efforts.
Monday, August 22, 2016
The top man overseeing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in south Louisiana said Monday the Comite River Diversion Canal, delayed for more than 30 years over a lack of funding and bureaucratic hurdles, could be built in two years if fully funded.
Friday, August 12, 2016
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
GREENSBURG — In the shadow of Greensburg’s water tower, atop the hill at the corner of La. 10 and La. 37, the offices of mayor and police chief sit 10 steps apart but divided by a political mile.
Wednesday, April 06, 2016
After more than eight years awaiting trial and a day and a half of testimony, the first of three men charged in the October 2007 shooting death of Myron Hughes was convicted of second-degree murder Thursday.
Friday, February 12, 2016
Louisiana’s annual report cards for public schools unfairly penalizes small rural school districts, St. Helena Parish School District Superintendent Kelli Joseph said Monday.
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
The original publication from 1995 reads: “Air Force Airman Brant W. Muse has graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland Airforce Base in Texas. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, and…
Greensburg — José Ortega-Cevallos and his family decided not to name puppies from a recent litter until they could match names with the pups’ personalities.
The Southern University Agricultural Research and Extension Center hosted a Fashion Fights Poverty Workshop and Fashion Show Sept. 12 at St. Helena College & Career Academy.
Do you struggle with self-doubt? Do you often struggle internally with having a clear vision of victory in your life? If so, do not feel alone. All of us have periods in life where we are faced with seemingly insurmountable odds, gargantuan tasks …
Students from Kentwood High Magnet School and St. Helena College and Career Academy traveled to Jackson, Mississippi, Oct. 11 to participate in the One Flag for All Mississippians March and Rally.
A beautiful “Happy Birthday” to Andrew Jones, of Mississippi, Sept. 9; Georgie Cheek, of Pine Grove, Sept. 10; Teri Bass, of Kentwood, Sept. 11; and Randy Reed, of Greenwell Springs, Sept. 12.
Happy birthday to Brandi Mahaffey, of Grangeville, Sept. 29; Doris Parish, of Greensburg, Sept. 30; Bryan Anthony, of Loranger, and Kim Hebert, of Greenwell Springs, both Oct. 2: and, Harrell Griffin, of Amite, Oct. 3.
A special happy birthday to Ruth White, of Loranger, and Bevi Carson, of Pride, both Oct. 5.; Sheila Varnado Ellzey, of Amite, and Manetta Goodwin, of Montpelier, share Oct. 6; Margaret Woodward Caraway, Greensburg, and Marcia White, of Matoon, Il…
Happy Birthday to Ercia Brown, of Loranger, Sept. 22; Jennifer Bigner Durbin, of Amite, Sept. 24; Sally Collier Curry, of Greensburg, Sept. 25; Yvonne Davis Hartner, of Clinton, Sept. 26; and, Gary Rushing, of Amite, Sept. 27.
As the month of September comes to an end, we begin to prepare for the upcoming holidays and events. There are lots of things going on in October, including Pastor Appreciation Month.
Fall season is here, and leaves and debris have begun to clutter our lawns. The dried leaves can be great for mulch, decorating and fall activities, but they also can be a fire hazard. To raise awareness for fire safety and to commemorate the Grea…
Summer has come to an end and it’s time we face the news. For many, fall brings cool air, trees displaying their brilliant colors, warm apple cider and the crunch of leaves beneath your feet. Head outside to enjoy the cool, invigorating air and th…
Halloween is near and among the many things the spooky holiday brings — like costumes, trick or treating, parties and crisp fall nights — are pumpkins galore. Instead of letting those pumpkins go to waste, here are a few cool things to do with lef…
The Southern University Agricultural Research & Extension Center and the St. Helena Advocacy for Parish Enrichment are working together to promote the town of Greensburg’s Art in Public Places Initiative.
Rain is a good thing, especially when it comes to growing plants, but too much rain can ruin a garden. So, what can you do with a drenched flower bed? Not much, unfortunately!