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The Louisiana Board of Commerce and Industry approved a significant change to the state's Industrial Tax Exemption Program that will allow a manufacturer to appeal... [Read More]
A new book out this month is offering up nine ways to bring satisfaction back to the workplace and alleviate excess stress.  In a short... [Read More]
After the holiday shopping rush, the Mall of Louisiana has lost several tenants, with more expected to leave within the next few months. Near the... [Read More]
Key news you might have missed:  • The former Macy's department store at Cortana Mall has sold to a mystery buyer   • John Engquist and... [Read More]
Honors: The American Institute of Architects today announced it has selected Baton Rouge architect Steve Maher, co-founder of Ritter Maher Architects, to be a member... [Read More]
Research has shown entrepreneurial passion leads to success. But now, there are new questions about whether the passion equals success equation still applies to entrepreneurial... [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved Louisiana's action plan for spending $1.2 billion in Community Development Block Grant Mitigation funds, allowing... [Read More]
Proposed legislation seeking to reform the Louisiana insurance industry continues to be pre-filed in the House and Senate ahead of the Feb. 28 pre-filing deadline. ... [Read More]
Legacy: The city of Gonzales will name its new event venue after longtime area car dealer Price Leblanc, following his children's contribution of $1.5 million... [Read More]
In September 2019, East Baton Rouge Parish employed 263,500 people, a 1.6% decline from the previous year, according to a recent U.S. Bureau of Labor... [Read More]
The committee looking at drafting short-term rental regulations will meet next week to start digging into regulations passed by other cities such as New Orleans. ... [Read More]
An academic lounge called Studyville is coming to Perkins Rowe, the mixed-use development announced today. Set to open in the third quarter of 2020, the... [Read More]
It's not everyday you stumble upon an Asian and Hispanic fusion restaurant franchise from California in Louisiana. The recently opened Zero Degrees location just outside... [Read More]
Between today and the start of the regular session March 9, there are at least 22 legislative fundraisers scheduled, almost all of them in the... [Read More]
The first court date in the legal battle over the city of St. George incorporation has been postponed one week—from Feb. 24 to March 2.... [Read More]
Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration and Louisiana Economic Development are bringing a proposal Friday to the Board of Commerce and Industry that has the potential... [Read More]
Baton Rouge's sales tax collections in December 2019 rose some 0.13% from the same month the year before, raking in some $17.75 million, according to... [Read More]
State rules and regulations for the Louisiana Industrial Hemp Program are now finalized, Louisiana Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain announced today. The department also... [Read More]
After posting losses in December, business seemingly picked up last month for Baton Rouge's three riverboat casinos, which each posted month-to-month gains.  L'Auberge Baton Rouge,... [Read More]
Gov. John Bel Edwards today outlined his priorities for the state's coastal program for his next four years in office and announcd that he has... [Read More]
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