Revelers welcomed 2020 with toasts and fireworks, and many embraced Roaring 20s themes for their festivities, harkening back to a time that is remembered for its prosperity, frivolity and even decadence. Socially and artistically, the mood was daring. Leaps forward...
New Year. New Home. New Hope.
Covington Mardi Gras Parade 2020
Arthur Hardy: The Mardi Gras Man
Santa Makes His Presence Known on the Northshore
New App Alerts Parents About Sexual Predators
In From The Cold
Northshore Human Society – Save Our Seniors
Nancy Parker: A New Orleans Jewel
2019 PET Contest Winners!
The City of Slidell: Useful Resources and Summer Fun
Funtime, Summertime in The City of Hammond
Hats Off 2019!
Mandeville Sets Sail for the Future
Northshore Human Society GiveNOLA Day
Northshore Lending Group: Helping Pave the Path to Home Ownership
Protecting Your Pets in the Summer Heat
Ponchatoula: Small Town. Big Happenings.
A Young Chef with a Bright Future
Spring Is In The Air In Madisonville
Carnival the Covington Way
The King of Mardi Gras
Mandeville Historic Walking Tour
Call of Duty: Fighting Fires with Fierceness
Slidell Women’s Civic Club: A Rich History of Community Service
One Season Ends As Another Begins!
Holiday Happenings In Covington
Peter’s House: A Road to Recovery
Angels Grove Ranch: Second Chances and New Beginnings
The Northshore Humane Society in the Holiday Spirit
Joanne Gallinghouse 1953-2018 – Well Lived. Well Loved.
A Multigenerational Approach to Senior Living- Avanti
Divas hit Bourbon Street
Kids Being Kids
Neighbors Helping Neighbors—Tangipahoa Community Spotlight
30 Things We Love about The Northshore
You’ve seen them on construction sites donning hard hats while hammering, painting, pouring concrete and anything else involved in raising a house. It’s easy to tell that most aren’t construction workers, but they give their all for this labor of...
Written by Jerri Blake, Northshore Humane Society This Is The Place This is the place that houses hundreds of animals looking for a home and may be just miles from your house. This is the place that helps strays...
Chef Pat Gallagher, Vince Vance, Saints Superfans Lead Covington Mardi Gras Parade 2020 Food, music and fun – Covington’s Mardi Gras Celebration 2020 Parade and After-Party captures it all, come Fat Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020! Pat Gallagher, the Northshore’s famed chef, will be...
Arthur Hardy is to Mardi Gras like red beans are to rice and fleur de lis are to the Saints. The ubiquitous Mardi Gras Guide can be found all over town during Carnival season. A fifth generation New Orleanian, Hardy...
Mande Milkshakers Shake Up Mardi Gras Even though they’ve only been shakin’ since 2017, the Mande Milkshakers have become an instant classic and staple of Mardi Gras on both shores. But the Northshore’s first marching group is about so much...
In these parts Santa has been known to travel via pirogue pulled by a troupe of friendly alligators. When his watercraft pulls up to the banks of Lake Pontchartrain to visit the Northshore, he makes a big splash. Santa’s initial...
A new app, called OffenderWatch Safe Virtual Neighborhood, alerts parents if a registered sex offender contacts their child. The app is the product of efforts by OffenderWatch and Louisiana state law enforcement officials. Federal law requires registered sex offenders...
The cold, winter months can be brutal for the animals of Northshore Humane Society. Not only are there fewer volunteers and donations, but there are far less adoptions at this time of year as well. While our animal care staff...
Northshore Humane Society, which serves the neglected and abandoned animals of the Northshore region, is one of Louisiana’s largest 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal welfare organizations. While many families think of NHS when looking for a new puppy or kitten, there are...
Planning your dream wedding? See what the Northshore has to offer. Meet with wedding planners and travel agents Taste the offerings of venues, caterers and bakeries See the latest trends in wedding decor, fashion, hair, makeup and accessories Take a...
On August 16, the City of New Orleans lost a beloved and integral part of her community. Television newswoman Nancy Parker died when the stunt plane she was reporting from crashed near Lakefront Airport. Nancy was a storyteller, a wife,...