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Stephanie Riegel: Lessons learned from Tubal-Cain

When Port Arthur, Texas-based Tubal-Cain Marine Services approached the Port of Greater Baton Rouge in late 2013 about leasing 60 acres of its riverfront...

A look at just how much Gov. Bobby Jindal has cut Louisiana’s budget since...

One of Gov. Bobby Jindal’s highly touted claims is that while in office, he has cut the state payroll by 30,000 employees and slashed...

Publisher: Candidates should be accurate

The political races have begun, and the spin and attacks are underway by opponents of sitting Louisiana legislators. While I may not like or...

Baton Rouge’s preservation ordinance getting much-needed rewrite

The Planning Commission staff and Historic Preservation Commission are in the process of completing a rewrite of the city’s historic preservation ordinance. The changes,...

BRAF hires consulting firm to write mental health facility plan

The Baton Rouge Area Foundation has hired an Atlanta-based consulting firm to write a business and implementation plan for a behavioral health crisis center...

DHH official: Chances slim brain-eating amoeba infects Baton Rouge water

While a brain-eating amoeba has found its way into drinking water systems in St. Bernard, Ascension and Terrebonne parishes since 2013, Baton Rouge residents...

Local consultant Samira Salman to address the UN this week

Local entrepreneur and strategic consultant Samira Salman will address the United Nations later this week during a workshop on the benefits of collaborating and...

Ride-sharing app Geaux Ride coming to Baton Rouge

A ride-sharing app aimed at connecting carpoolers to reduce the number of cars flooding Baton Rouge roadways and improve air quality will be unveiled...

East Baton Rouge Parish sales tax figures rebound in June, climb 5.56%

Sales tax collections for East Baton Rouge Parish rebounded in June, climbing 5.56% above the same month in 2014 after posting a year-over-year loss...

Stephanie Riegel: The importance of perspective, 10 years after the storm

There were two types of Hurricane Katrina evacuees: Those who couldn’t wait to get back to their city to rebuild, and those who wanted...

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