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Former Hotel Lincoln going before Planning Commission for rezoning

The Planning Commission will consider rezoning the former Hotel Lincoln in downtown east for mixed-use, an essential step in the redevelopment of the historic...

Live-music venue TimeOut Lounge closing at month’s end

March 31, apparently, is the day the music will die at the TimeOut Lounge, after the owners announced the venerable live-music lounge on Bennington...

Tiger People Clothiers closing Burbank store this summer

LSU merchandise retailer Tiger People Clothiers will close its University Views shopping center location on Burbank Drive this summer, enabling owner Ashley Fairley to...

Winning LSU basketball season a slam dunk for merchandise sales

With three games remaining in the regular season, LSU’s winning record in basketball and its quest for an SEC title is sparking increased sales...

City to rebid $18M River Center Theatre renovation contract, delaying project

The contract for the $18 million Raising Cane’s River Center Theatre renovations will go out to bid a second time, delaying the start of...

Louisiana Board of Regents approves new workforce development program

The Louisiana Board of Regents approved a new undergraduate certificate Wednesday, designed to meet the needs of businesses looking for more flexible educational options...

Mary Bird Perkins expands into Mississippi with Natchez cancer center merger

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center announced this morning it is expanding its footprint into Mississippi, merging with Caring River Cancer Center in Natchez to...

LSU food incubator bottling facility opening this fall

Tenants at the LSU AgCenter Food Incubator will be able to expand their operations into the 4,500-square-foot bottling facility this fall, when most production...

Epic Piping acquires Interline Avenue building for new HQ

Baton Rouge-based Epic Piping has acquired a 24,000-square-foot building on Interline Avenue that will serve as the new corporate headquarters for the rapidly growing...
Louisiana Sunshine bridge

They break it, Louisiana pays to repair the damage

After a crane-mounted barge slammed into the Sunshine Bridge on Oct. 12, shutting down the Mississippi River span for nearly two months, nearby communities...

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