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  • Roadway improvements hearing reset for June 18

    The state highway department has set a new date for a public meeting on proposals to improve safety and traffic flow along U.S. Highway 190 between Interstate 12 and the Claiborne Hill overpass in Covington.

  • Charles County official sues state's attorney

    The president of the Charles County Commission claims in a lawsuit that the county's chief prosecutor defamed her by saying she was the target of a "criminal investigation" even though he knew she had not violated the law.

  • Meeting planned on Covington highway work

    The Department of Transportation and Development plans a public meeting June 18 focusing on a construction project along U.S. Highway 190 in the Covington area of St. Tammany Parish.

  • Covington man blazes trails in Devou Park

    Chad Irey, who's either built or supervised the construction of most of the trail system in Covington's 700-acre Devou Park, recently became the first Kentuckian and the 85th person in the world to be accepted into the Professional Trailbuilders Association.

  • Kentucky Lottery plans new ad campaign

    The Kentucky Lottery plans a new advertising campaign this summer that focuses on how ticket purchases support college scholarships.

  • Orchestra plans outdoor performance in Covington

    The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra will perform at a free outdoor concert May 10 at Bogue Falaya Park in Covington.

  • Historic hotel gets new life in Covington

    The historic appeal of this St. Tammany Parish city should get a boost later this spring with the reopening of the Southern Hotel, a century-old building that's been empty for years but recalls Covington's days as a vacation destination.

  • Lawsuit seeks access to absentee voter rolls

    A state Senate candidate has filed a lawsuit challenging a law passed last year that keeps absentee voter rolls private until after election.

  • State opens probe of work release program

    The state inspector general's office has opened an investigation into Northshore Workforce LLC, a privately run work-release program that was shut down by St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain in March.

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    SCHWEIZER: No justice in Corzine case

    As the march to the November elections heats up, voters can expect to find fewer and fewer issues that unite Democrats and Republicans.

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