People still ask Bodi White if he thinks the Comite River Diversion Canal is really going to happen.
The mangled pit bull was found dying in a ditch along a country road. He was brought to Zachary, where he found care, healing and compassion. The pit bull also found hope and a name. He is Trooper, and he is more than ready to reclaim his time.
St. Patrick Episcopal Church in Zachary has held the Stations of the Cross every Friday in Lent this year. Participants stop at each of 14 pieces of art that depict events in the final week before Jesus was executed on the cross.
The National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation Employees are hosting a Student Aviation Day from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. May 4 at the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport Multiplex Facility, 4400 Airpark Boulevard, Baton Rouge.
The Zachary Beautification Committee is seeking nominations for its quarterly award. The previous recipient of the award was Complete Collision on McHost Road.
Three public works employees for the City of Zachary made off with almost $10,000 by using municipal credit cards to gas up their personal vehicles, according to a recent Louisiana Legislative Auditor's report.
The attorneys for a man accused in last year’s hit-and-run death of Zachary firefighter and reserve police officer Christopher Lawton received a severe tongue-lashing Wednesday from a Baton Rouge judge who fined both of them and called their handl…
A Community Egg Hunt was held Saturday at Zachary Community Park. In addition to the hunt, themed recreational games, arts and crafts, and visits from the Easter Bunny were available.
Girl Scouts of southeast Louisiana have more than a million reasons why they are the female entrepreneurs of tomorrow after completing another successful product sale during this year’s Cookie Program.
Eelin Golan knows that being a part of a community is not about where one was born, but more of where one chooses to engage, work and impact lives. Golan’s roots are in Singapore, but her working heart is firmly planted in the Zachary Food Pantry …
In honor of ICBA Community Banking Month in April, Bank of Zachary and the Independent Community Bankers of America are shining a spotlight on community banks’ role in fostering economic prosperity through expansion and innovation to meet the need…
Zachary Rotarian Wayne Barnes, former pastor of First Baptist Church in Zachary, shared some of his many travels over the years with the members of Zachary Rotary at a recent meeting.
Henry Hanks, a freshman at Zachary High, was the third-place finisher in the Real-Life Experience juried competition for high schoolers in East Baton Rouge Parish.
The Zachary City Council adopted a pair of ordinances dealing with alcohol and cigarette use on city grounds as well as a minor update to the development code.
The National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana’s 13th annual Baton Rouge Kidney Walk is set to kick off from Highland Road Community Park and Grand Pavilion April 6.
Through May 15, the La Capitale Chapter of American Business Women’s Association is collecting gently worn, used and new shoes to raise money for scholarships and educational opportunities for local women.
Cox Communications is accepting applications through April 9 for $2,500 Innovation in Education grants for public and private schools in its Southeast Region, which includes Acadiana, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Florida’s Gulf Coast (Pensacola and …
The Zachary High School Broncos will play in a showcase of top-ranked football teams from Louisiana and other southeastern states for the next two seasons under an agreement approved Tuesday by the Zachary Community School Board.
When Zachary High graduate Garrett Gustafson walks the floors of Lane Regional Medical Center he represents a return on investment made by the public school system and the business community.
Dr. Krunal Patel and the Zachary Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting March 19 to celebrate the recent opening of Lane Gastroenterology, 6550 Main St., Suite 3500, in Zachary.
A Romeo-and-Juliet reminiscent saga takes the Northwestern Middle School stage this weekend, but instead of swords and fights, dueling fractions dance, sing, excel at academics and play basketball. "High School Musical" is Zachary’s answer to the …
Area high school students presented programs at the Louisiana Library Association’s annual conference ON March 13-15 at the Crowne Plaza in Baton Rouge to promote the Louisiana Teenage Librarians Association.
Opponents of the Adalyn Trails subdivision proposal scored a victory Tuesday when the Zachary City Council denied a rezoning request from the developer, delaying plans for the development from moving forward for at least six months.