According to the Historical Marker Project website, there are 45 historical markers in St. Tammany Parish. They share a variety of historical highlights across the area, giving us an idea of the people and places that contributed to early St. Tammany. Here is their list, with links to the individual pages to the markers.
Mayor Mark Storm Update – Hurricane Zeta
Hurricane Zeta Prep Update from City of Covington Mayor Mark Johnson. Sign up for email updates at www.covla.com Covington’s own meteorologist Michael Efferson offers
Covington History: the Train Depot
Covington History segment provided by local historical writer Ron Barthet. View his blog Tammany Family here. Covington’s first train depot was located on N.
Innovative Floodgate Design Installed in St. Tammany – First of its Kind in the State in a Residential Area
St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper announced today, the completion of the installation of a FloodBreak Automatic Floodgate Mitigation System — in the Fox
Covington History: Historical Markers of St. Tammany – Part 1
Covington History segment provided by local historical writer Ron Barthet. This article has been broken up into 4 parts for ease of reading. View
Non-Profit Spotlight: Boys & Girls Club Continues Community Aid Programs
Since 1965, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Louisiana has been a leading provider of both after-school and summer enrichment programs focused on
Christmas Tree Recycling Information
Christmas trees for the recycling marsh restoration program will be picked up in the city of Covington on Saturday, January 19, 2019 by our contractor Coastal Environmental Services.
Can Industrial Hemp Save Louisiana?
In the nola.com article “Toxic sites in Louisiana: 15 of the state’s most polluted places” (Feb. 2017), Scott Threlkeld details several areas of environmental
Tammany Utilities Earns Criticism
In a report from WWLTV, The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality confirmed that Tammany Utilities failed to properly report sewerage spills in St. Tammany
Last LA Safe Meeting of the Year
As 2017 draws to a close, it’s time to make decisions while also taking the time to celebrate a year of hard work and
Keep Covington Beautiful Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day
Keep Covington Beautiful is looking for volunteers for the St. Tammany Parish Department of Environmental Services’ sponsored event, “Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day” on
Citizen’s Group Calls For Baseline Water Test by Timothy Gates, Correspondent
Voices of St. Tammany, a local citizen’s advocacy group, sent out a press release last week calling for baseline water testing across St. Tammany
St. Tammany Parish Library Hosts “Battle of the Books”
Teams are currently forming at the Causeway, Covington, Madisonville, Mandeville and Slidell Branches for the first ever Battle of the Books competition! This book
Heritage Bank Celebrates 90th Birthday With BBQ Tailgate Bash
Heritage Bank of St. Tammany is ending out their month-long 90th Birthday celebration this Thursday, October 30th from 10:30 am – 3 pm with a tailgating bar-b-que party
NPAS Presents Music for Peace Free Concerts
Northlake Performing Arts Society presents “Music for Peace” running this weekend in Hammond, Slidell & Mandeville. This will be a free concert with donations
Public Input Invited For Planning Study: Culture, Recreation & Tourism In St. Tammany
A round of Community Meetings to gain public insights and opinions regarding culture, recreation and tourism planning in southern St. Tammany Parish will begin