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Zachary High School played its 2020 homecoming game Friday against the Istrouma Indians. Coronavirus restrictions resulted in the cancellation of the annual homecoming parade and dance. To make matters worse, there were seating limitations (3,000 …
It’s been more than three years since Glenda Baptiste battled breast cancer, and while she is not paying a bill, she has accepted a charge to spread the word of early detection and help save lives by raising awareness.
Keep Louisiana Beautiful, like so many other organizations, has adjusted to a new way of doing business due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Copper Mill Elementary School took part in National Women’s Health and Fitness Day on Sept 30 by exercising in a Zumba class at the school.
William “Bill” Waters, who moved to Zachary in 1988, was a founding member of the Regional Veterans Park Association in Zachary, including serving as chairman of the park’s committee from 2016-17.
The YMCA of the Capital Area hosted its 10th annual YMCA Beyond the Green Golf Tournament on Oct. 2 at Beaver Creek Golf Course in Zachary.
Among the changes for the 2020-2021 school year is the addition of new Zachary High School cross-country coach Julie Fink.
The Louisiana Highway Safety Commission is recognizing October as National Pedestrian Safety Month by hosting "1 Million Steps 2 Safety," a virtual walk/run in which participants can convert daily exercises of walking, running, swimming or mowing …
October is Healthy Lung Month, which is to set aside for lung health awareness and recognized by the American Lung Association and several health advocacy organizations across the U.S. It is designed to help educate the public about the importance…
East Baton Rouge Parish Registrar of Voters Steve Raborn said his office was to mail nearly 21,000 absentee by-mail ballots Oct. 2 to eligible voters who have requested them, a news release said.
Coach David Brewerton, his staff and players come into the delayed 2020 football season riding seven straight 5A semifinal appearances, three 5A state titles and multiple District 4-5A Championships. The outlook for 2020 could be summed up in wit…
Zachary’s history was on parade and on sale Sunday and a diverse crowd of Zachary natives, tourists-history buffs, and what seemed like a goth vampire rock band were on hand to bid farewell or bid to take a piece of history home.
Three candidates are running for an open seat on the Zachary City Council in a race that at its forefront involves economic development and enhancing the growing Baton Rouge suburb’s family-friendly appeal.
Two houses more than a century old sit at the heart of downtown Zachary. They’re filled with old-fashioned furniture, home wares and other items.
West Feliciana came into the Sept. 25 Complete Collision Jamboree with Zachary sporting a new coach, Hudson Fuller, new offense and aspirations to improve upon a rough 2019 season that saw the Saints record a 2-9 record.
To assist people affected by Hurricane Laura, Zachary leaders and the Rotary Club of Zachary partnered to feed residents in DeRidder.
Students at Copper Mill Elementary School in Zachary stretched and performed warm-up exercises Sept. 17 before trying out for the school's cross-country team.
Darryl Alello teaches planning, execution and problem-solving as they fall under the umbrella of art. His 14th year of teaching has brought both the greatest challenges and greatest accolades. Amid coronavirus obstacles, Alello has been named the …
On Sept. 16, Gov. John Bel Edwards commended first lady Donna Edwards and the Louisiana First Foundation for convening its first virtual global summit to address human trafficking and raise awareness about this horrific crime.
During the coronavirus pandemic, many members of the community have donated items to show support for the Lane Regional Medical Center staff. As the pandemic continues, Lane asks the community to continue its support by sending in “Motivational Me…
BATON ROUGE — Companion Animal Alliance launched Get Fit with Fido, a socially distanced dog-walking program that gives volunteers a healthy way to help shelter pets, a press release said.
Zachary police officers and other community residents have been making the trip back and forth to southwest Louisiana to help people impacted by Hurricane Laura.
The Thomas family of Baker presented a $1,500 scholarship to Tamicia Daron, a 2020 graduate of Baker High School, who is attending Southern University, a news release said.
Buckle up your chin straps, put on your running shoes, iron out those kick turns and adjust your knee pads, because fall sports are taking off. The sports world is starting to pick up traction at the local and national level.
A firm hired by the Zachary has unveiled its plan for revitalizing downtown — the first step of which would be constructing a new governmental complex that leaders hope will jump-start redevelopment of the area.
Two people were killed and two others were injured early Thursday morning in a head-on collision on La. 67 in Zachary, state police report.
Police have identified the pedestrian who was struck and killed Sept. 9 following a hit-and-run accident in Baton Rouge.