Whatever Happened to the Kids on the Milk Carton? Human Trafficking as an Institutional Problem – Opinion

The main issue with uncovering trafficking operations is that in many cases, it is discovered that people in official positions are helping to facilitate the operations.

Back to School for St. Tammany, Child Safety Seat Law Changes

Is Your Child At Risk? Free Child Safety Seat Assistance is Available in Covington at several different locations! (Call for Appointment)
St. Tammany Fire District 13 (985-898-4913), Covington Police Department (985-892-8500)

STPSO: Back to School Safety Event, Sheriff’s Statement on Strain’s Arrest, Property Tax Sale

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Traffic Division will host two free back to school events to help prepare local children and parents for the upcoming school year. The first event will be held

STP Candidate for Sheriff Files Ethics Complaint Against Incumbent

The parish government is no stranger to skirting ethics laws, as Covington Weekly has reported in the past with legislation written by former Representative Tim Burns exempting parish council members from state ethics laws in place to prevent conflicts of interest.

Karen Champagne Announces Bid For Parish Presidency

Since 2003, I have been a resident of St. Tammany and have become extremely concerned about the growing problems in this parish. High taxes/fees; extreme permitting/licensing; ridiculous traffic congestion; poor drainage; and, high density developments are just some of the ways the current administration has made life in St. Tammany more difficult and expensive for all of us.

D.A. Montgomery Urges Consideration, Respect this Political Season

Dear Citizens: The political season is upon us. For that reason, there are political advocates knocking on doors. Sone residents do not like the fact that political advocates are knocking on their doors.

Food For Fines at St. Tammany Parish Library

St. Tammany Parish Library offers Food For Fines from Tuesday, September 4 to Saturday, September 29. The Library will forgive your fines for bringing in canned food to benefit partnering local food banks.