Anyone who hasn’t paid his or her 2013 City of Bogalusa occupational license fee yet had better get on the ball. The renewals were due March 1, and Administrator Jerry Bailey said the crackdown has be
Franklinton is working to upgrade its fire hydrants, and the new model should improve fire protection and could come with benefits for residents.
State grant funds new fire hydrants in Franklinton
The Bogalusa City Council extended the moratorium on billboards and street name changes for an additional 90 days, changed the zoning on Ontario Avenue near the entrance to Walmart from residential to
While Northshore Charter School continues the job of signing up students for its inaugural year and setting up shop at the former Army Reserve building near the George R. Carr Memorial Airport, it has
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Northshore Charter School hires several staff members
While the state announced a one-point gain in the percentage of students in grades three to eight who scored at the Basic level or above on the annual LEAP and iLEAP tests, students in the Bogalusa Ci
50% in Bogalusa score basic or above on LEAP, iLEAP
An overwhelming sense of frustration is settling in for Washington Parish officials working with FEMA on damage incurred during Hurricane Isaac.
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Parish leaders frustrated with FEMA
Superintendent Darrell Fairburn’s initial impression of the just-released spring LEAP and iLEAP test scores is that Washington Parish School System students, as a whole, did well.
A Bogalusa man has been arrested by the Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office and charged with sexual offenses against a child under the age of 10.
Bogalusa man faces sexual assault charges
The following people were arrested by the Bogalusa Police Department May 10-19:
The following people were booked in the Washington Parish Jail May 16-21: