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Marrero is located in the Jefferson Parish in southeastern Louisiana, along the west bank of the Mississippi. It is 10 miles from downtown New Orleans-only a 15-minute drive across the Mississippi. The Jefferson Parish is sometimes referred to as "Greater New Orleans," as it includes several suburbs of the city, including Marrero. The Barataria Preserve, part of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, features the natural and cultural history of the area. It has several trails and canoe tours through bottomland hardwood forests, swamps and marsh.

Population: 36165
Local Newspapers: The Daily Iberian
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints New Orleans Pelicans
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Zip Codes associated with marrero, louisiana: 70072
Towns/Cities near marrero, louisiana : Timberlane Terrytown Harvey Gretna Westwego New Orleans Jefferson

Marrero News
Man wanted in fatal Marrero shooting of ex-wife's new boyfriend: JPSO

An arrest warrant has been issued for Dionicio Ibarra, 55, in connection with a fatal shooting in the 4100 block of Ames Boulevard in Marrero on Friday, March 24, 2017. A 55-year-old man is wanted on suspicion of shooting dead his ex-wife's new boyfriend in Marrero , according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office .

Marrero shooting victim dies, spurring homicide investigation

A man shot Friday in Marrero has died, leading the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office to open a homicide investigation. Few details were available Saturday morning.

Fundraiser Sunday for Slain Westwego Police Officer Michael Louviere

A fundraiser will be held Sunday benefitting the family of Michael Louviere , the Westwego police officer shot and killed in January. Louviere, 26, a married father of two, died after he was shot in the head when he stopped to help Simone Veal, 31, with what he thought was a traffic accident near Ames and Barataria boulevards in Marrero on Jan. 27. Both Louviere and Veal, who was eight weeks pregnant, were fatally shot by Veal's estranged husband, Sylvester Holt.

Jury begins deliberating whether accused Oakwood mall's killer was legally insane

The fate of Gary Francois now rests in the hands of a Jefferson Parish jury that must decide whether he was legally insane when authorities say he walked into a crowded store in Terrytown's Oakwood Center on Christmas Eve 2014 and fatally shot James "Popeye" Vaughn, 24. Jurors began deliberating as three days of testimony and arguments wrapped up Thursday . Francois' attorneys never disputed that he was the hooded figure seen in surveillance video who pulled the trigger inside a Foot Locker store, sending thousands of last-minute shoppers into a panicked rush for cover.

Bridge City's Holy Guardian Angels Church celebrates 50 years,...

Holy Guardian Angels Church in Bridge City celebrated 50 plus years with an anniversary Mass on March 18 at 6 p.m. followed by a reception at the Monsignor Luminais Education Center. The parish and church has a rich history; starting with a small chapel, which grew into what is known as the "Gumbo Capital of the World."

Snow patrol: diving into New Orleans snowballs

It's a muggy spring afternoon in early March, and the temperature gauge on my dashboard is inching toward 90 degrees. Even with the windows rolled down, the broken air conditioner in my rickety Subaru seems to be quietly laughing at me, while the sweat trickling down my forehead is a palpable reminder that a New Orleans summer is near.

In death of Harvey boy shot at sleepover, jury selection to begin Monday

Brandon Smith, 25, left, Kelin Stevens, 34, center, and Jamal Taylor, 30, are charged with second-degree murder in the Jan. 6, 2012, death of Keian Ester, 11. Keian was killed by a stray bullet while at a sleepover. Jury selection is expected to begin Monday afternoon in the trial of three men charged with the death of an 11-year-old boy shot by a stray bullet during a sleepover five years ago.

Jury selection begins in Oakwood mall Christmas Eve killing

Jury selection is underway Monday morning in the second-degree murder trial of Gary Francois , the man accused of gunning down a shopper inside Oakwood Center in Terrytown on Christmas Eve 2014. Francois, 28, of Marrero, is accused of killing James Vaughn, 24, of Harvey, just outside of the Foot Locker shoe store located inside the mall, 197 West Bank Expressway.

Where to find St. Joseph Day altars on the West Bank

Two elaborate St. Joseph Day altars that draw thousands can be found on the West Bank. They are St. Cletus and St. Joseph's, both in Gretna.

Same-sex partners treated same as heterosexuals under Louisiana domestic violence bill

Same-sex partners would be subject to identical domestic violence penalties as couples in heterosexual relationships under a bill filed for the Louisiana Legislature to consider in its session starting April 10. House Bill 27 by Rep. Patrick Connick, R-Marrero, simply removes the phrase "of opposite sex" from the state's definition of a household member, a definition that forms a foundation for the domestic abuse battery and domestic aggravated assault charges, as well as support services for victims. Louisiana and South Carolina are the only states with such a distinction in their domestic violence statutes.

Marrero-Estelle LA Fire Board Member to Pay Ethics Fine

March 15--A member of the board of a Jefferson Parish fire department has agreed to pay a fine to resolve ethics charges brought against him for sitting on the board while a company he works for was paid to do pest control for the department. Ernie Esteve has agreed to pay $500, while the company, Billiot Pest Control, will pay a fine of $1,000, according to documents published by the state Ethics Board on Wednesday.

Marrero justice of the peace indicted for wire fraud, other charges

A federal grand jury in New Orleans has charged Patrick Hale DeJean, a small-claims court judge in Marrero, with unlawfully raising defendants' wage garnishments and taking part of the revenues for his own use, among other charges. A Jefferson Parish justice of the peace has been indicted on charges that he unlawfully raised defendants' wage garnishments and took part of the revenues for himself, among other charges.

'Just glad it's over,' NOPD officer says after shooter ends trial with guilty plea

Cornelius Barthelemy offered no apology, no words of remorse, not even a glance over his shoulder Tuesday toward the New Orleans police officer whose life and career he changed with his decision to shoot a random cop without warning outside a Marigny po-boy shop on Sept. 14, 2014.

Animal shelter employee charged with stealing $97K Times-Picayune reports 37 year-old Laquita Goudy was arrested on March 8 on a theft charge. Authorities say Goudy pocketed payments from customer's animal adoptions and rabies vaccinations while she worked at a shelter in Marrero.

Accused NOPD cop-shooter's trial halted by emergency stay

The trial of Cornelius Barthelemy, the Marrero man accused of the premeditated shooting of New Orleans police officer Jonathan Smith outside a Marigny po-boy shop, was halted until next week after an emergency stay was granted Friday by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeal. Jurors who assembled for the fourth day of trial were dismissed until Monday by Criminal District Judge Ben Willard, whose Thursday decision to bar certain evidence from the case is being appealed by state prosecutors.

Marrero Senior Citizens Guild celebrated Black History Month

Marrero Senior Citizens' Guild hosted a Black History program. Committee members Shahidan Nuriddin, Sharon Pipkins and Nina Nuriddin-Hodges arranged a variety of activities for the celebration.

Victim in Marrero shooting was followed: JPSO report

A 20-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound to his back in the 1200 block of Avenue B in Marrero on Thursday . The victim told authorities the gunman followed him to the location from a residence in unincorporated Gretna.

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