Spanish Town association worried about parade’s impact on neighborhood’s reputation

Troubled times – Baton Rouge-based Amedisys has come under investigation for allegedly altering the course of patient care treatment to trigger higher federal reimbursements.

The unannounced candidate: Will the public antics of Mike Walker propel him to the highest office in East Baton Rouge Parish or simply undermine progress?

Dream jobs: We all yearn for that one career that puts food on the table and resonates with our soul. Meet seven Capital Region professionals who have found it.

The virtual classroom – About 2,000 families competed for slots in Louisiana Connections Academy, the first statewide charter school offering online classes to students in grades K-12.

The persnickety customer: Capital Region businesses share their philosophies for tackling a mounting wave of high-maintenance patrons.

Reality bites: Television shows filmed in Louisiana capture compelling cultural and historical aspects and turn residents into international stars, but they also affect perceptions about living and conducting business in the state.

A lost generation? The recession hits architects particularly hard, and recovery could take years.

E’s next guarantees: E Eric Guirard plans to reenter the public consciousness

Shades of Gray: After 40 years with the Ethics Board, Gray Sexton has emerged as one of its most formidable legal adversaries.

ImMERSed: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems in Louisiana

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