PATTERSON — City officials say a lack of juvenile detention space put a .40-caliber Smith & Wesson and a 36-round clip on the route for last week’s Krewe of Amani parade, all in the hands of a
Morgan City High School Little Tigers Baseball Camp is 3:30-7 p.m. Friday, March 22. This is the camp that was postponed Feb. 8.
The Louisiana chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business is lining up behind a constitutional amendment that would — over time and without definitive directives — create a centraliz
Angela Kraemer of Firmin Architects speaks during Berwick's town council meeting about the nearly $600,000 grant that town government has received for road work. (The Daily Review photos/Zachary Fitzgerald)
Eighth-grader Abigail Watson was recognized as Berwick Junior High student of the year at Tuesday’s town council meeting. With Watson are Mayor Pro Tem Lud Henry, left, and Mayor Duval Arthur.
The town of Berwick is set to do much-needed repairs to some streets thanks to a nearly $600,000 state grant.