Family dry cleaners in Baton Rouge are trying to adapt to changing trends that are wrinkling their profits

    It’s 4:30 on a Friday afternoon as Norman Sutton rounds the corner for his final stop of the day after hours of making laundry pickups in the 90-degree summer heat. Over the nearly three decades …


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