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“Anima Vestra” on view now through March 27 in the Miriam Barranger Gallery at the St. Tammany Art Association, features large-scale drawings by north shore artist and conservationist, Anne London Zvejnieks.
“African Americans in Covington” is a collection of stories, memories and photographs covering the history, lives and triumphs of Covington’s African American community. Written by by Dr. Eva Semien Baham with forward by Rev. Mallery Callahan…
St. Tammany Pediatrics joins St. Tammany Health System pediatric inpatient and emergency departments in earning the Certified Autism Center™ (CAC) designation, granted by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES)
St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper has changed the way district infrastructure projects are initiated in St. Tammany through bundling district road projects in close proximity to save money.
Venus and her three pups (Jupiter, Pluto and Mars) were part of a larger group of animals transferred to Northshore Humane Society from a municipal shelter who was out of space and out of time.
MISO has declared a Maximum Generation Emergency Event due to forced generation outages and below normal temperatures. The entire State of Louisiana and every electric utility company’s consumers are being asked to curtail electricity usage to relieve the demand.
Tickets are on sale now for The Glass Menagerie at Playmakers Community Theater, opening Saturday, February 20th and running through March 7th, 2021. Showings are Saturdays 7 pm and Sundays 2pm.
Covington Comprehensive Plan 2030 meetings continue with a Steering Committee & Stakeholders webinar on Monday, February 22nd, 2021. This meeting is open to the public, register in advance here.
Registration is open for Zumba with the Mayor, an up-beat and interactive multi-generational exercise dance class. This free class is open to all levels of experience and abilities – it’s about moving and having fun.
Bobbi has been homeless and at Northshore Humane Society for over one year. Her kennel mate, Charlie, who kept her company was recently adopted leaving her alone once again. Bobbi is a two-year-old grey tabby kitty with the prettiest green eyes. While she is a little bashful when first meeting someone, she warms up pretty quickly!
On Friday, February 12th the pitbulls confiscated from an alleged dogfighting ring in Hammond were transported to no-kill animal rescue, Northshore Humane Society, for a second chance after living chained or secured to trees in a backyard for years.