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Proposed short-term rental regulations slogging its way toward completion

Metro Councilwoman Tara Wicker says the parish attorney’s office is working out some final issues with her proposed parishwide short-term rental regulations, and once...

Louisiana only state to see year-over employment drop in July

Although the state’s unemployment rate remained at 4.3% in July, the lowest since 2008, Louisiana was the only state in the U.S. to post...

ICYMI: Top stories from ‘Daily Report’ this week 

Key stories you might have missed:  • Waitr rate hike prompts some Baton Rouge restaurants to drop service • @Highland lands Northwestern Mutual as its second...

Roundup: Federal aid request / Liberty Lagoon closed / Oil spill spotted  

Letter writing: Gov. John Bel Edwards is asking the Trump administration to issue a federal disaster declaration for Louisiana because of Mississippi River flooding,...

Study: A record 768M US vacation days went unused in 2018

American workers left a record number of vacation days on the table last year—768 million days, up 9% from 2017—according to new research from...

How the owner of Southern Custom Engraving went from jewelry to handguns 

Baton Rouge-native Layne Zuelke was interested in jewelry since he was a child, drawn to the intricate beauty of a Fabergé egg at a...

Losing streak continues for Baton Rouge riverboat casinos, declining 9% in July

Baton Rouge riverboat casinos logged a 23rd consecutive month of losses last month as revenues for the three casinos, as well as most others...

Retailers add resale items to the lineup 

Some of the country’s biggest retail names are following online startups into the cult of thrifting, casting aside long-held fears that selling secondhand goods...

Commercial Properties moves out of IBM building downtown

Commercial Properties Realty Trust, the Baton Rouge Area Foundation’s real estate company, has moved out of its offices in the IBM building to a...

Donaldsonville distillery seeks community connection with crowdfunding campaign

The Noel Family Distillery is aiming for an early 2020 opening in historic Donaldsonville after issues with a contractor delayed construction.  Renovations are now underway...

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