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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Covington
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Kentucky Lottery plans a new advertising campaign this summer that focuses on how ticket purchases support college scholarships.
The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra will perform at a free outdoor concert May 10 at Bogue Falaya Park 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.
A state Senate candidate has filed a lawsuit challenging a law passed last year that keeps absentee voter rolls private until after election.
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.
As the march to the November elections heats up, voters can expect to find fewer and fewer issues that unite Democrats and Republicans.