Wyatt Wales, son of Richard and Kathy Wales of Walker, recently graduated with a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering, with a minor in mathematics, from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.
Beth Carney Ebberman of Metairie has been elected president and chairman of the board of directors for 2018-19 Southeastern Louisiana University Alumni Association.
BATON ROUGE, LA — Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge (FHFGBR) held the 9th Annual Active for Autism 5K Run/Walk & Fun Fest on Saturday, May 5, 2018.
Kids got a chance to learn the science behind sound waves at “The Sound of Science” program on Tuesday, June 12, at the South Branch of the Livingston Parish Library.
Seth Leto, a Southeastern Louisiana University senior, was recently chosen as one of only 10 university students from across the state to participate in the inaugural Governor’s Fellows Program in Louisiana Government.
The Livingston Council on Aging will host its annual “Health, Wellness and Information Day” from 9 a.m. until noon on Thursday, June 14.
The Edward Livingston Historical Association met May 17 at the Main Branch of the Livingston Parish Library, where guest speaker Marianna Fisher-Giordano, a retired criminology professor and researcher for the Angola Prison Museum, discussed prison life for women.
Launch Therapy Center, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to serving children with special needs, raised $60,015 in its second annual “Reaching for the Stars” gala.
Blueberries are in season in south Louisiana, mainly during the month of June. Some varieties can mature in late May and others will last into July, but the bulk of the crop is ready for harvest now.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- One person said she wanted to learn to live off the land, hoping to one day instill the same mindset in her daughter when she gets older.
A Livingston Parish high school earned the most contributions of any school in the Neighbors Federal Credit Union’s Mascot Program, which provides specialized checking accounts to participating schools in the Greater Baton Rouge area and gives money back for each debit card swipe.
Southeastern Louisiana University students recently won a dozen 2017 Mark of Excellence Awards for their work at the Southeastern Channel during the Society of Professional Journalists’ annual Region 12 conference in Little Rock, Ark.
Jessica Schexnayder and Mary Manhein, authors of “Fragile Grounds: Louisiana’s Endangered Cemeteries,” were named winners at the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana’s (CRCL) 2018 Coastal Stewardship Awards.
With the highly-anticipated “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” set to hit theaters June 22, the Livingston Parish Library is giving patrons an early opportunity to walk with the prehistoric creatures.
You can always count on a cool snap in May, but June gives us no hope. The heat is on, and we are a long way off from a reprieve.
Students in the Live Oak High Key Club gave visitors a sparkling good deal when they held a car wash fundraiser at the high school on Saturday, June 2.
The Livingston Council on Aging received some pretty “cool” gifts when members of the 2fish Foundation, a charity organization in Denham Springs, donated six air-conditioning units and 25 fans for the seniors’ use.
Members of Livingston Parish Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), recite lines for an upcoming behind-the-scenes look into the making of public service announcements. The students did this for Alan Weiss Productions, which recently spent two days in Denham Springs filming a PSA for…
The Livingston Parish Literacy and Technology Center recognized students for their accomplishments during a ceremony on Monday, May 7.
Seven members of the Denham Springs Pilot Club paid a Memorial Day visit to veterans at Golden Age and Harvest Manor nursing homes Wednesday afternoon.
A jambalaya cook-off benefit for the family of Kitten Hill will be held beginning at noon on Saturday, June 2, at Sheri's Daiquiris, located at 17065 Black Mud Road in Livingston.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Whenever Robert Nolan hears the names of fallen veterans, he can’t help but think of their stories.