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Upscale restaurant, animal hospital slated for Gonzales development

An upscale restaurant and an animal hospital are expected to be the first two tenants of Conway Village Center, a commercial development under construction in Gonzales. Construction is expected to be completed this fall, says Will Chadwick with Elifin Realty. The center is adjacent to La. 44 and the entrance to the Conway community, though the commercial and residential projects are separate entities.
GONZALES, LA

Baby Queen crowned in Very Special Miss Louisiana

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Nova Joseph, of Hammond, was crowned as Baby Queen Very Special Miss Louisiana over the weekend at the Very Special Miss Louisiana pageant. TARC holds this pageant annually to fundraise for special needs children. This year, the pageant was held June 24-25 at the Mission...
HAMMOND, LA
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Gonzales’ PACE Center slated for construction

The City of Gonzales’ Price LeBlanc PACE (Performing Arts, Conference, and Events) center is slated to begin construction. Mayor Barney Arceneaux and elected officials will be joined by members of the Price LeBlanc, Sr. family, for the official groundbreaking of the two-story 25,000 square-foot center on Tuesday, July 5th at 10 AM.
GONZALES, LA
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Male breaks glass with hammer during attempted burglary, authorities say

AMITE, La. (WAFB) - Tangipahoa Parish deputies are searching for a male suspect following an attempted burglary on Highway 51 at The Three Stooges store. Back on June 18, surveillance video at the Amite store shows the suspect using a claw hammer to break the glass on the store’s front door. He is seen striking the glass several times before taking off through the parking lot, according to authorities.

Bodies of Three Men Recovered From Lake Maurepas

Authorities have found the bodies of the three men who went missing in Lake Maurepas on Sunday afternoon. Officials with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries said that crews found the first body on Monday morning. Then, later in the day, around 6:30 pm, the two remaining bodies were found.
MAUREPAS, LA

LDWF confirms identities of three boaters found in Lake Maurepas

LIVINGSTON PARISH, La. (BRPROUD) – According to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF), the body of a male, 48-year-old boater was found late Monday morning. LDWF identifies the 48-year-old as Michael Bryant, of Denham Springs. The search for the other two boaters continued throughout the day. Around 6:30 p.m., the bodies of Zachary […]
MAUREPAS, LA
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