A settlement from 2015 means more electric vehicle charging stations could be coming to the Baton Rouge area. Currently, Baton Rouge has around a dozen EV charging sites. Many are clustered downtown, and only one, an Entergy charging station, is located in north Baton Rouge.
With pandemic-era regulations lifted, Baton Rouge’s three riverboat casinos saw revenues increase approximately 242% in May compared to the year prior.
A 19th Judicial District Court judge has dismissed claims filed by Brown and Root Industrial Services against Fides Consulting and its two top executives, who left BRIS in late 2020 to run the newly formed consulting firm, a subsidiary of CSRS.
The Baton Rouge Area Chamber will spearhead efforts to organize a group of business owners determined to help address the city-parish’s violent crime problem.
Gov. John Bel Edwards is expected to announce Thursday whether he’ll sign or veto several high-profile pieces of legislation. But a bill that would help fund a new bridge across the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge will not be among them.
Baton Rouge industry leaders and congressmen are applauding the preliminary injunction a Louisiana federal judge has issued against President Biden’s pause on new oil and gas lease sales in federal lands and waters.
The Mayor’s Homelessness Prevention Coalition’s new initiative, announced at the Downtown Development District meeting today, aims to lower populations of panhandlers and the homeless in the Baton Rouge area.
Building upon an amped-up growth strategy, EATEL Business is expanding its suite of fiber optics-rich services to Terrebonne Parish businesses.
Why is state Sen. Bodi White so determined to break the Baton Rouge suburbs away from BREC and start an independent parks department?
Flooding is a worsening problem in Baton Rouge and across Louisiana but are we really getting serious about addressing the situation?
Remembering former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer, a man who was a revolutionary and a leader in both business and politics.