The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Committee and the Zachary Men’s Club took part in relief efforts to bring supplies to Hammond residents still suffering from the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
Break up With Salt is a program to help adults at risk or with hypertension/high blood pressure learn about managing their condition through goal setting, diet, label reading, portion control and cooking.
Christian’s Creamery opened over the Sept. 17-18 weekend at 14350 Wax Road, Suite 107. It celebrated the occasion with a ribbon-cutting from the Central Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 17 and held a grand opening celebration Sept. 18.
On Sept. 18, Cardiovascular Institute of the South celebrated 15 years of providing cardiovascular care in Zachary. From the beginning, CIS fostered a close partnership with Lane Regional Medical Center, and together, the two formed the only compr…
The Green Oaks Giants (0-4) were at the wrong place at the wrong time Friday as they fell to the Zachary High Broncos at Bronco stadium 52 to 6.
Lane Family Practice is offering third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to immunocompromised people, a news release said.
Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser and the Division of Historic Preservation announced Louisiana Main Street has received $749,000 in Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grants through the National Park Service.
Hurricane Ida sparked an epidemic of caring in Zachary, and outreach efforts ranged from a group of high school students who traveled to the decimated area to groups who collaborated to send “57 Feet of Love” in a trailer packed with food, water a…
The Zachary Rotary Club donated 50 relief buckets with cleaning supplies to assist people impacted by Hurricane Ida.
Is finding a place for vegetables in the morning a challenge for you? A bowl of broccoli is not very appealing with a bowl of cornflakes for breakfast. Why not make a brunch out of your breakfast? Try some of these ideas for brunch as breakfast:
Zachary City Councilman Hunter Landry plans to resign by the end of this year and his fellow council members will soon have to appoint a temporary replacement to serve out the remainder of his term.
Court Appointed Special Advocate children, already traumatized by abuse and neglect, face increased anxiety because of Hurricane Ida, a news release said. CASA is looking for people who can volunteer in spite of the storm and COVID-19.
Seeking more information on reports that people are living in shabby vehicles parked on a used car lot along a main thoroughfare, the Zachary City Council on Tuesday asked the city to issue a subpoena to the owner of the property.
Baker, in collaboration with the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank and the Louisiana National Guard, held a Labor Day relief effort that brought food, water and supplies to 1,500 capital area households still reeling in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida.
Walmart pharmacies are offering walk-up and community flu shot clinics. The pharmacies are also offering COVID-19 vaccines. Customers can receive a low-cost flu and free COVID-19 vaccine at the same time, if they choose.
A small hint of fall was in the air as the Northwestern Middle School Braves opened the season on Sept. 9 with a 34 to 0 win over East Feliciana at Bronco Stadium.
The Better Business Bureau of South Central Louisiana is warning the public of a grant scam targeting local consumers and small businesses.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is warning hunters and anglers that danger lurks in the debris and hazards left in waterways and hunting areas in the southeast region of the state by Hurricane Ida.
A graphic incorporating a Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries logo is circulating on social media erroneously stating that the agency will not issue new hunting licenses to anyone who can’t show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination.
The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation is engaging the Louisiana Farm Bureau Foundation Disaster Relief Fund for the second time in as many years in response to damage caused by Hurricane Ida.
To help reduce hospitalization rates, Lane Regional Medical Center has expanded its Infusion Center to administer monoclonal antibodies to COVID-19 patients who meet treatment criteria, a news release said.
As many people are aware, situations are changing constantly in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. Here are various notes about Zachary, Baker and the Felicianas as of lunchtime Sept. 3.
In the wake of damage caused by Hurricane Ida, the BBB offers the following tips to help people decide where to direct donations to assist storm victims and their families:
The Knights of Columbus Council 10080 in Zachary is hosting its sixth annual Golf Scramble Tournament on Oct. 30 at the Copper Mill Golf Course. Tournament day is scheduled on an LSU football open date.
An estimated 2,200 Helping Hands volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived in Louisiana last week to help Hurricane Ida victims.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, the Home Builder Association of Greater Baton Rouge encourages all residents to research contractors to avoid paying for substandard home repairs.
Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Louisiana businesses and residents as a result of President Joe Biden’s major disaster declaration, said Isabella Casillas Guzman, U.S. Small Business Administration administrator.
Zachary High School graduate Ethan Clay has been awarded the 2021 Wilshire Quinn Musical Arts Scholarship funded by Wilshire Quinn, a capital market firm. Clay will use the $10,000 award as he starts his second year at Indiana University’s Jacobs …
Residents needing help with fallen trees, drywall, flooring, appliance removal, tarping roofs and mold mitigation can call (844) 965-1386 for help from Crisis Cleanup.