Tangipahoa Parish will be in the path of the partial solar eclipse on Monday,
August 21, 2017 from approximately 11:57 a.m. until 2:57 p.m. In order to ensure
The Oak Forest Academy Class of 2018 seniors gathered for the annual senior parade to start the school year.
While the first day of school often receives the attention, educators all across Tangipahoa Parish were making preparations weeks in advance and meeting with parents and students during meet and gr
Julia Holden McKnight Brumfield is a native of Kentwood in Tangipahoa Parish. She has been named as Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian of the Year by the Eunice Paddio-Johnson Foundation, Inc.
Flying Ghost Productions, an independent film production company, has arrived in Greensburg with plans to make the town the central location for its operations.
Kentwood Town Council members convened for their monthly meeting on Thursday, August 3, discussing the items on a light agenda.
IT’S BACK TO SCHOOL TIME - Smiles were all around as students participated in the annual August rite of heading back to the classroom last Thursday, after summer break.
Leonard Oliver Hickerson, black male age 49, has been missing since Wednesday, August 9, 2017. If anybody knows the whereabouts of Hickerson, contact the Amite Police Department at 985-748-7979.
The Tangipahoa Parish Fairgrounds will lie dormant this autumn, as they will not host the parish fair in 2017 due to the grounds requiring many necessary repairs.
During their monthly meeting on Tuesday, August 1, the Amite City Council heard a proposal from the Amite Arts Council and discussed the status of the electric sign board for city hall.
After graduating last May, Amite Warrior defensive lineman Rodney Sopsher did not receive the Division I offer he was hoping for, but he signed on to play for Independence Community College in
The Amite City Chamber of Commerce held the ribbon cutting for new members Southern Belle Treasures on Thursday, August 10.
By MATTHEW ROY
Morgan Hills Apartments residents recently celebrated the summer and birthdays for the month of July with cold refreshing watermelon.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL FUN - Local children enjoyed playing games, crafts, missions and worship during Vacation Bible School at East Fork Baptist Church.
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