Project Lifesaver has officially been integrated into West Baton Rouge Parish, as the WBR Fire District, on Friday, placed a tracker on a Port Allen 5-year-old who often wandered away from care takers due to a developmental disability.
Leaders in Addis are once again considering disallowing new trailer parks to be built in town limits.
Many people want a sign that they are loved. But last week, when a 4x6 foot white sign that read “Will you marry me?” stood in the median of La. 1 in Brusly, a sign of affection quickly stirred into a widespread mystery that quickly became the talk of the town.
The City of Port Allen will no longer mail disconnect notices to city water and natural gas customers who are delinquent in paying their bill. The change will be effective with the March 1, 2015 billing.
Bills are mailed to customers on the first of the month and are due by the 26th of the month. They are delinquent if not paid by the 26th.
After nearly a year of worshiping in an alternate building on their property, parishioners of Holy Family Catholic Church in Port Allen finally got a chance to enter into their updated church building on Sunday, February 1.