More than 50 barbecue enthusiasts participated in St. Mary Chamber of Commerce-sponsored cook-off that featured competitive cooking teams, corporate teams and St. Mary Parish teams, and a children’s competition. The many teams included Smokin’ D’s Barbecue, top photo, composed of Chris Watts, left, and DeWitt Watts. (The Daily Review/Diane Miller Fears)
Rain early on Saturday didn’t dampen the turnout or the cooks’ spirits during the Fifth Annual Bayou BBQ Bash held under the U.S. 90 bridge in Morgan City.
The Berwick Police Department and Berwick Volunteer Fire Department blocked access Monday afternoon to the levee at Rose Street and River Road after officials found a small amount of mercury on the
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St. Mary Parish Sheriff Mark Hebert reported the following arrests:
Children and adults are invited to join employees at the Cajun Coast Visitors and Convention Bureau Monday and Tuesday to paint welcoming or inspirational messages on rocks as part of the “St.
Bad Influence Alterations held a benefit car show and sound competition Saturday for Franklin Senior High School’s athletic department. The event raised $1,000, and there were 10-15 sound competition participants and 15- 20 car show participants. Organizers say the event may become annual. (Photos by Colin Murphey)
Pastor Crystal Bell Carr, at left in top photo, speaks to the audience in attendance at the Stop the Violence! unity rally held Thursday at Broussard-Harris Recreation Center in Franklin. Carr was urging audience members to embrace their neighbors and Franklin Mayor Pro-Tempore Lester Levine and a citizen, right, were eager to oblige.