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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
Marrero seniors muse on gratitude during annual Thanksgiving luncheon

Singing filled the air at the Jefferson Parish Senior Center at 1861 Ames Blvd. as the Marrero Senior Guild held its annual Thanksgiving luncheon on Nov. 16. Songs such as "Every Day Is a Day of Thanksgiving," "Count Your Many Blessings," and "My Tribute: How Can I Say Thanks for the Things You Have Done for Me?" were among those selected to express gratitude. Thelma Hunter served as mistress of ceremony.

Attorney General's Office arrests five for Medicaid fraud

James Poree, 24 of Des Allemands, was arrested on four counts of Medicaid fraud for allegedly submitting time sheets and service logs for services not rendered. Andrea Alexander, 31 of Marrero, was arrested on three counts of Medicaid fraud for allegedly submitting time sheets and service logs for services not rendered.

Jefferson Parish Council to give $457,000 of no-bid work to campaign donors

Jefferson Parish council members Mark Spears Jr., left, and Ricky Templet, right, are backing measures at Wednesday's council meeting to add $457,000 in no-bid work to two engineering contracts held by major campaign contributors. They are sponsoring the resolutions at the request of the administration of Parish President Mike Yenni, center, shown with them at a 2016 ribbon-cutting ceremony at Johnny Jacobs Playground in Marrero.

Jefferson Parish sergeant fired for failed polygraph in case of woman found dead in New Orleans

Jefferson Parish Sheriff Joe Lopinto has fired a sergeant who failed a polygraph test after he ordered deputies not to break into the home of a Marrero woman they heard screaming inside her residence days before her lifeless body was found in New Orleans East. Lopinto said he disagreed with the decision by the sergeant, Christopher Gai, who determined deputies lacked probable cause to enter the Third Avenue residence Oct. 25 despite hearing screams and spotting a woman peering through the curtains inside the house.

Motor oil, marijuana and MDMA sold at Marrero shop: JPSO

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office seized a pound of marijuana and more than 100 MDMA pills from a Marrero oil change shop where investigators suspect employees were packaging and selling drugs. Kyle Useman, 26, of Harvey, a manager of West Bank Lubrication, 5960 Lapalco Blvd., Marrero , was arrested along with employee Cody Fos, 25, of Gretna, and booked with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute and possession of schedule one drugs with the intent to distribute, according to arrest reports.

In a pickle about how to tickle your taste buds on National Pickle Day?

It's Pickle on the Rocks. A blast of pickle-inspired winter flavor in the middle of the summer, usually.

Power outage closes Collins Elementary School in Marrero

Judge Lionel Collins Elementary School in Marrero is without power, and Jefferson Parish school officials say the students have been moved to Marrero Middle School for the rest of the day. The outage is related to an external "power surge," a school system spokeswoman said.

Thousands without power on West Bank, Entergy says

About 5,500 Entergy customers were without power as of 6 a.m. Friday , the utility company said. About 5,500 Entergy customers were without power as of 6 a.m. Friday , the utility company said.

This Marrero man was an International Window Tint-Off finalist. Yep, that's a real thing.

Mitchell Goldman applies window tint while on the job at RD Audio and Security. Goldman landed in the top 12 during finals of the 2017 International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off.

Two indicted in recent slayings

John Christopher McGraw, 34, of Marrero was indicted on two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the September slayings of Larry and Madrona Brown. They were shot to death while sitting in their car in the parking lot of the IHOP restaurant on Evangeline Thurway.

Marrero woman's body found in New Orleans; family fears foul play

New Orleans police and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a Marrero woman whose body was found in New Orleans East on Halloween. Patricia Davis' cause of death is currently considered "unclassified" by NOPD, meaning the circumstances do not make it immediately apparent how she died.

Gentilly shooting victim was Orleans Parish deputy sheriff, family says

Ian Taylor, a former Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office sergeant and all-around "people person," was identified Sunday by relatives as the victim of a fatal shooting in Gentilly. Killed Saturday night, Taylor was 38. Tayor's neice, Jasmine Jackson-Baham, said he had a knack for bringing a smile to people's faces and was always calm and composed, even in tough situations.

Smiley: Wait, what was she saying?

"Mom: 'You're right, Mingo is a boy. How did you know that?' 'My brother, Steve, obviously knows him.

'Battle of the Balls' winner scarfs down astonishing amount of meatballs in 2 minutes

The first ever "Battle of the Balls," a meatball eating contest , was held on the last day of Gretna Heritage Festival . Not only did the event draw a large standing-only crowd, it also reaped $2,500 raised for Children's Hospital .

Marrero Academy serves a trio of academic fall festivities

Marrero may not have a grand display of gold, red, green, brown, and orange colored leaves falling but that does not dampen the spirit of autumn festivals in the area. Principal Londa Foster, her staff and parents at Marrero Academy for Advanced Studies used the occasion of the season to combine academics and fun with a series of events.

Marrero man booked with possession of child pornography

Myles Martin, 29, was booked with nine counts of possession of distribution of pornography involving a victim under the age of 13 and three counts of possession of pornography involving a juvenile, a Jefferson Parish arrest report said. Martin was arrested following an investigation by the state attorney general's Cyber Crime Unit, which includes detectives from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office.

Teens arrested in Marrero double-homicide

According to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, 17-year-old Sean Labaud and 18-year-old Terrke Johnson both confessed to their roles in the murder of Brandon Davis and Derielle Bernard on Oct. 23. Police say Labaud confessed to shooting both victims during a drug-related robbery in the 6100 block of Second Avenue while Johnson confessed that he was the "look out."

Deteriorating Hope Haven campus in Marrero could see new life with parish renovations

Once a bastion of hope for young orphaned children, the Spanish Renaissance-style buildings that make up the now vacant and slowly deteriorating Hope Haven campus in Marrero soon could be given a new purpose. The Jefferson Parish Council recently approved an agreement with the Archdiocese of New Orleans to lease the property and renovate the buildings for office space .

Westwego celebrates Night Out Against Crime with parade, band

Sirens rang out through Westwego during the parade that kicked off the Night Out Against Crime Event on Oct. 17. The event returned to its former location at the Westwego Farmers Market for 2017. Pastor Samuel Travis of Greater Zionfield Church started the ceremony with a prayer, followed by the police department color guard and Roxy Comardelle singing the National Anthem.

2 arrested after man, 3-year-old suffer minor injuries in Marrero shooting

Byron Simmons, left, and Keithlin Sylvas were arrested in connection with a Marrero shooting that injured a 28-year-old man and a 3-year-old boy.( A New Orleans man was arrested and booked with two counts of attempted first-degree murder in connection with a Marrero shooting that injured a 28-year-old man and a 3-year-old boy. Byron Simmons, 22, of the 3500 block of Bacchus Drive, New Orleans, was also booked with obstruction of justice, illegal use of a weapon and aggravated flight from an officer, according to Lt.

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