One of the primary functions of our humane society is to help both concerned citizens and law enforcement agencies properly identify animal abuse and take steps to address it. We’ve helped draft and pass more than a dozen laws at...
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
If there was ever a person who epitomized a sophisticated woman, it was Joanne Jemison Gallinghouse. An entrepreneur, business leader and community advocate, she helped shape the business community on the Northshore. She founded Gallinghouse & Associates in 1986, at...
Joanne Gallinghouse loved the English language. Not only was she mindful of the words she chose to communicate her ideas, but she was a stickler for grammar. When we received an updated edition of the AP Stylebook, Joanne showed it...
Think you know all there is to know about the Declaration of Independence? Here are seven facts you may not have known about the historic document. 1. It Wasn’t Signed on July 4 Only two men signed the Declaration of...
Meteorologists forecast a slightly above average hurricane season, which begins June 1 and continues until Nov. 30. Fourteen named storms are predicted this year. Of those, seven are predicted to be hurricanes, three of which could be major. Hurricane activity usually peaks...
Losing my son Jonathan on April 8, 2017 is the hardest thing my family has faced. What makes it all the more difficult is knowing his death could have been prevented. Jonathan was a freshman at LSU. He graduated from...
If you attended the Mardi Gras parade in downtown Covington 60 years ago, you were likely to see people riding in the backs of pickup trucks, riding bicycles or even pushing a wheelbarrow down Boston Street. “They did a little...
LORI ALFORD, chief operating officer of Avanti Senior Living, has Louisiana hospitality in her DNA. Growing up as an army brat, she witnessed her parents — both of whom were born and raised in the Baton Rouge area — share...
Since 2002, the Northshore-based Divine Protectors of Endangered Pleasures have been entertaining locals and tourists alike as they hold court from the balcony at Arnaud’s on Bourbon the Friday before Mardi Gras. Wearing elaborate costumes with DIVA signature Mardi Gras-beaded...
Golden Blues Bottom row: Hannah Cole, Bailey Sitarz, Morgan Odom, Sydney Lentz, Lauren Walsh, Grace Cole, Kerrigan Jackson, McCall Hundley, Madeleine Berrigan; middle row: Gabi Bradford, Alexandria deZayas, Kate Weldon, Saylor Ennis, Victoria Peace, Reagan Rovira, Corryn Timmerman, Brittany Capritto,...
St. Tammany Fishing Pier The St. Tammany Fishing Pier reopens at 7 a.m on March 1 after a three-month seasonal closure. Military (active and retired) as well as Senior Citizens will fish for only $1 on opening day, as every...