Locals looking to get their fill for lunch found a pleasant surprise last Friday in Greensburg as Darren’s Fish & Shrimp went to work frying up seafood plates.
The focus was on youth as Kentwood police officers, community members, and elected officials came together to celebrate Kentwood’s First Annual National Night Out Against Crime.
Today marks the last official day of summer vacation for students in Tangipahoa Parish public schools. The first day of classes for the new year begins tomorrow, Thursday, August 10.
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.
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.
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