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After the Aug. 5 flooding, the city of New Orleans kicked off a massive effort to clean long-neglected catch basins throughout the city. [Read More]
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A massive push to clean New Orleans' catch basins in the wake of last summer's floods was spread widely through much of the city's east... [Read More]
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The New Orleans City Council on Thursday unanimously approved a developer's plan to renovate and add three stories to a vacant historic hotel in the... [Read More]
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The New Orleans City Planning Commission voted Tuesday against a hard cap on the number of strip clubs allowed in the French Quarter, opting for... [Read More]
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The New Orleans City Planning Commission recommended against key elements of a plan put forward by City Council members that would limited the number of... [Read More]
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With thunderstorms predicted throughout the day Saturday, officials with the Krewe of Endymion are weighing whether to reschedule one of the most highly anticipated parades... [Read More]
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A third strip club in the French Quarter will shut its doors following raids by the state Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control and the... [Read More]
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Mayor-elect LaToya Cantrell is about to take over a city government that is beset by staffing woes that have kept it from hiring and retaining... [Read More]
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Hundreds of strip club employees and their allies took to the streets of the French Quarter Thursday night, the latest and largest in an escalating... [Read More]
Hundreds of strip club employees and their allies took to the streets of the French Quarter Thursday night, the latest and largest in an escalating... [Read More]
The more than 120-year-old Algiers Courthouse needed a bit more than a facelift when its $1.38 million renovation began last year. [Read More]
Formally kicking off her transition Monday before an auditorium full of members of her transition committees, Mayor-elect LaToya Cantrell said she welcomes the scrutiny her... [Read More]
Raids on eight French Quarter strip clubs yielded evidence of prostitution and drug sales, leading to the suspension of the alcohol licenses of those businesses,... [Read More]
A slew of new city-owned surveillance cameras are popping up around New Orleans as officials continue the roll-out of a $40 million security plan announced... [Read More]
A slew of new city-owned surveillance cameras are popping up around New Orleans as officials continue the roll-out of a $40 million security plan announced... [Read More]
Four more Bourbon Street strip clubs had their alcohol licenses pulled following raids Thursday night and early Friday morning by officials with the state Office... [Read More]
Following a campaign built around the themes of transparency and community involvement, one of the first orders given to members of Mayor-elect LaToya Cantrell's transition... [Read More]
Officials in New Orleans on Thursday lifted the boil-water advisory for Algiers residents, took an important step toward choosing a new executive director for the... [Read More]
Following a campaign built around the themes of transparency and community involvement, one of the first orders given to members of Mayor-elect LaToya Cantrell's transition... [Read More]
A committee has recommended that the Sewerage & Water Board choose a California firm to help look for the agency's new executive director and fill... [Read More]
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