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Crispy Catch to undergo minor patio renovation to make way for beer, wine sales

The owners of Crispy Catch are planning some minor renovations to their outside patio in the Perkins Road overpass area that should clear the...

Baton Rouge development community looking for solutions to chronic delays on permits, inspections

If you’re waiting on a permit from the city-parish’s permits and inspections division, you’re not alone. The backlog and delays that have been a...

10/12 Industry Report, Fall 2015

    STORIES FROM THE FALL 2015 ISSUE  COVER STORY: Louisiana candidates for governor talk industry  INSIGHT: Louisiana's liquefied natural gas export opportunities, by David Dismukes  BOOM AT A GLANCE:...

Baton Rouge entrepreneur expanding Audiobomb products overseas, launching new brand

Local entrepreneur Ned Pearson, whose growing line of Audiobomb products includes inexpensive, waterproof Bluetooth speakers, is expanding internationally. Pearson has signed deals with distributors to...

Louisiana governor’s candidates blast absent Vitter at Baton Rouge Press Club forum

With David Vitter unavailable to attend a Press Club of Baton Rouge forum today due to a scheduling conflict, the three other leading candidates...

Pat’s closes Baton Rouge restaurant after just nine months; Chef Don Bergeron to take...

Pat’s Cajun Seafood & Steak restaurant on Jefferson Highway closed for good Sunday afternoon, marking the end of the restaurant’s third attempt to break...

PAC formed to support East Baton Rouge library in its campaign for dedicated library...

A political action committee has been formed to spearhead the campaign for a 10-year dedicated property tax renewal to support the East Baton Rouge...

Louisiana unemployment rate falls to 6% in August

Louisiana was among 29 states to see its unemployment rate fall in August from the previous month, with the Bayou State posting its lowest...

Officials look to open Baton Rouge city jail with up to $500K in warrant...

Using money raised through warrant recall fees, city-parish officials are hoping to reopen Baton Rouge’s city jail as a 24-hour misdemeanor detention facility for...

Metro Council to consider brewpub and alcohol tasting ordinances

A pair of separate ordinances that would clear the way for brewpubs and microdistilleries, and expand wine, beer and liquor tastings at area retail...

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