The Gramercy Board of Aldermen unanimously voted Monday to terminate Town employee Mario Johnson for, among other things, failure to perform work duties, and insubordination.
Overnight, the COVID-19 virus has changed every, and I mean every, aspect of our lives.
The COVID-19 virus has had a devastating effect on nursing homes and long-term care facilities as many, many elderly residents who live in these homes have perished as the virus is particulary deadly to the very old and those with other medical problems.
River Parish Community Theatre recently awarded $500 grants to three area high schools that had spring musicals canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Donations were made to the Riverside Academy Ovations, the St. Charles Catholic Stagehands, and the Lutcher High School Players. Each of the schools had cast and begun rehearsals for their annual shows when the virus halted progress and ultimately forced the cancellations.
Susan G. Komen Louisiana today announced its partnership with the Cancer Association of Greater New Orleans (CAGNO) to support women and men diagnosed with breast cancer in Louisiana. As part of Komen’s Bold Goal to reduce current breast cancer deaths by 50 percent in the U.S. by 2026, Komen Louisiana will invest over $90,000 into their treatment assistance program.