Covington Historic Commission Approves Plans for Old Fire House Renovation

July 19, 2017

Though it hasn’t been used by firefighters for decades, Covington officials hope that the old fire house on North Theard Street can be transformed from a vacant building into a new space that will be used for years go come. After working for years to come up with the right plan for the old building, Continue Reading

back in business: superking seafood reopens today

January 22, 2017

Having rebuilt completely from the ground up after a devastating fire in April 2016, Superking Seafood is back to regular business hours beginning today. The business, at 411 W. Thomas St., in Hammond, held its ribbon cutting and blessing ceremony Saturday morning. The store will be open today 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Monday Continue Reading

Volunteers of America Breaks Ground on Covington Housing Development

November 16, 2016

Construction is underway on a 25-home development in Covington that Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans is building with the intent of providing affordable housing for veterans. Of the 25 single-family homes in the Cottages at Mile Branch, 13 will be set aside for veterans and their families, and four of those will be compliant Continue Reading

Officials Christen Affordable Housing in Bayou Cane

November 5, 2015

Officials commemorated the opening of an affordable-rent apartment complex in Bayou Cane for lower- and middle-income families with a ribbon cutting ceremony today. The Terrebonne Parish Council approved the use of $5.7 million in Community Development Block Grant money in July 2013 and the project was awarded to Renaissance Neighborhood Development Corp., a subsidiary of Continue Reading

St. Tammany’s Newest Fire Station Dedicated Southeast of Covington

April 28, 2015

St. Tammany Parish Fire District No. 12 recently welcomed the community to its newest fire station. An open house was held at the station, at the corner of Harrison Avenue and Fuschia Street southeast of Covington, on April 25. Fire Chief Darrell Guilott and Joe Mitternight, chairman of the district’s board, briefly addressed the audience, Continue Reading

Work begins on affordable-rent apartment complex

July 10, 2014

Prep work has begun on an affordable-rent apartment compex in Bayou Cane for lower- and middle-income families. Bayou Cane Apartments will be located on Synergy Center Boulevard between Main Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Work is expected to be completed next year The Terrebonne Parish Council approved the use of $5.7 million in Continue Reading

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