Hurricane disaster help approved
Courtney Travis has achieved national credentials in Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety from the National Certification Corporation. She is the nursing supervisor for the labor and delivery unit at Lane Regional Medical Center.
COVID-19 struck the Brady household after Christmas and forced the whole clan into quarantine, thus limiting observations to what we could find on TV to provide a sports fix at the college and pro level.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s brand is not associated with medicine and health care, but a USDA program has become the lifeline for funding expansion plans for Lane Regional Medical Center.
Uneasy about building more houses along a busy, dilapidated thoroughfare but hamstrung by the city development code, the Zachary City Council on Tuesday reluctantly signed off on plans for a new subdivision along Rollins Road.
City of Zachary Public Works representative Twila Guerin visited Zachary Elementary School recently and delivered “Recycling Starts With You” pencils and brochures for each student.
Caleb Smith Thompson has made several trips to vending machines for a bag of chips or a cold soda. But when the currency was his own hard work and a new book was on the menu, he took a much longer look before choosing a book on Jacques Cousteau fr…
Ed Bridwell won the Zachary Rotary Club's Citizen of the Year for his volunteerism, compassion and desire to help others in the community.
Efforts to increase hospital capacity at Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary are moving ahead as hospital leaders and federal officials prepare to unveil their plans to build a four-story medical tower.
The field of dreams was a parking lot on Sunday, Dec. 13, but a Zachary native known as “Lil Pete” believed if he cooked there, they would come. Fueled by the loss of his father, Pete Williams, and a desire to impact his community, Jermaine Willia…
Copper Mill residents spread Christmas cheer by caroling and parading in decorated golf carts Dec. 20. Many participants had seasonal throws, including candy canes and Christmas-themed snack cakes.
City Council members and residents alike Dec. 22 voiced concerns that a new subdivision proposed for Rollins Road could add too many more vehicles to the already-busy two-lane road, prompting the council to table making a decision on whether to ap…
John LeBlanc has been a regular at Zachary City Hall since summer 2018, when he started coming to City Council meetings to voice concerns about drivers speeding down his street.
LSU held its commencement ceremony Dec. 18. For the second time in LSU history, graduation took place in Tiger Stadium, where 1,966 degrees were conferred on fall 2020 graduates.
Jingle and Mingle, an outreach project of the Main Street Pilot’s Club, was born in response to adversity after the 2016 floods devastated the area. The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic brought new hardships and restrictions that made community outreach eve…
After eluding police in a high speed chase last week, a couple was arrested in Zachary on Tuesday in connection with a drive-by shooting last month in East Baton Rouge, according to the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office.
Donald Hudson and Sheldon Bell were two sons present at Zachary City Hall on a recent Saturday, when local families took proactive measures in case they are ever the focus of an at-risk missing persons search.
Effective immediately, smoking cessation at Ochsner is free for all adults in Louisiana and Mississippi, a news release said.
Cars and Coffee Zachary played Santa on Dec. 12, when it filled a classic convertible with toys for local children. The group of specialty car owners meet on Saturday mornings for coffee and to display their vehicles.
ZACHARY — Business partners Eric King and Travis Gaspard are adding to the suite of services they provide to clients at Royal Capital Management Group by opening a new Brightway Insurance Agency in Zachary on Dec. 21.
Second Chance Dog Rescue is a foster-based, registered nonprofit dedicated to saving homeless dogs primarily from shelters as well as dogs surrendered by their owners.
The Recreation and Park Commission for the Parish of East Baton Rouge will host a variety of family friendly holiday events throughout the parish.
The coronavirus didn't stop the Zachary High Drama Department from presenting its December production of Joseph Kesselring's "Arsenic and Old Lace."
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality has proposed that German chemical manufacturer BASF pay an $83,000 fine to settle a series of alleged violations at its now shuttered Zachary complex.