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Rotary’s centennial sculpture installation delayed by rising Mississippi River

Installation of a 14-foot high steel sculpture meant to commemorate the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge’s 100th year has been delayed since October by...

Radisson on South Acadian sells for $2.7M

The 122-room Radisson Baton Rouge Hotel and Conference Center on South Acadian Thruway has switched ownership, selling yesterday for $2.7 million, according to sales...

Woman’s Hospital undergoing leadership transition as four top executives leave

Retiring president and CEO Teri Fontenot is not the only top executive leaving Woman’s Hospital this year. Three other leadership positions are also being...

Former Sam’s Club at Cortana sold for $5.6M

The former Sam’s Club at Cortana Mall that abruptly closed last year has been sold for $5.6 million, according to sales documents. Baton Rouge-based...

Blame this morning’s I-10 traffic nightmare on a pothole

Traffic backups for commuters traveling east on Interstate 10 this morning were made worse this morning after a pothole repair needing extra work brought...

Need a water treatment plant? Baton Rouge could sell the Central property as is

Baton Rouge city-parish officials are strongly considering the possibility of putting the Central Wastewater Treatment Plant property on the market within the next year—without...

Louisiana borrowing $185M to start interstate projects

Louisiana will borrow $185 million in April to finance highly sought roadwork across the state, ranging from the much-anticipated widening of Interstate 10 in...

Roundup: Ocshner expands training / Another riverboat to set sail / Undergraduate research

Job training: Ochsner Health System today announced plans to expand Ochsner’s Medical Assistant Training Program into East Baton Rouge Parish through a partnership with...

Small businesses shift focus to talent retention

As the labor market continues to tighten, small businesses are starting to fight to retain employees, The Houston Chronicle reports. Ninety-three percent of small-...

No rest for the weary: Westside commuters face more traffic obstacles

The troubled intracoastal bridge—and westside commuters—can’t catch a break. Traffic along La. 1 northbound, which is bad on a normal day, has recently worsened due...

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