A group of investors has closed on a 12,000-square-foot building on Industriplex Boulevard, near Exchequer Drive.
Mississippi-based Riverbend Environmental Services LLC has sold its 16-acre property near the U.S. 190 Mississippi River bridge in north Baton Rouge.
Like most of the casinos in the state, Baton Rouge’s trio of riverboat casinos mostly saw revenues decline last month, both compared to September and the year prior.
Dagostino Pasta Company, the nearly 100-year-old Baton Rouge-based pasta producer, has expanded its distribution across the Greater New Orleans area.
The Planning Commission deferred until December considering the site plans for a proposed apartment complex on Bluebonnet Boulevard, at the intersection of Burbank Drive.
Since launching its mask program over the summer, the Baton Rouge Gallery Center for Contemporary Art has sent artist-designed facemasks to 33 different states and as far away as Norway and Iceland.
The Metro Council will be briefed later today on a proposed 2021 budget for the Baton Rouge Police Department that would reorganize certain BRPD divisions, eliminate a handful of positions through attrition and change the way some overtime pay is allocated—moves that would ultimately save $1.8 million to fund a 3% across-the-board pay raise for officers
A contemporary women's boutique is moving into a 1,320-square-foot space in Perkins Rowe, next to Altar’d State.
After experiencing a surge in business over the past year, Geaux Flow IV Spa has relocated from Coursey Boulevard to the more centrally located Jefferson Highway, with other locations planned for Louisiana in 2021.
Texas-based homebuilder DR Horton bought 75 lots in southeast Zachary for a new planned development near Old Weiss and Lower Zachary roads.
Baton Rouge-based homebuilder Scott Bardwell closed on the final 25 lots in the Clark’s Ferry subdivision, at Hoo Shoo Too and Vignes roads.
Publisher Rolfe McCollister gives his endorsements for mayor, the Metro Council and other items on the Dec. 5 runoff election ballot.
During the clown show that was the recent special session, state GOP legislators went on a self-aggrandizing spending spree with our taxpayer dollars.
Questions abound over whether the LSU Board of Supervisors is looking out for the university or the interests of Jim Bernhard on a proposed energy deal.