Advanced Search:
Search results for "when-hippies-took-over-prairieville"
Showing articles 1-10 of 72012 | NEXT »»

News roundup: George Mills named president and CEO of Hope House US … New wave of Central American immigrants flocking to NOLA, waiting on hearings … Black lawmakers target Louisiana Senate race

On solid ground: Hope House U.S., the Louisiana-based home for victims of sex trafficking, has named George Mills as its president and CEO. The organization says Mills developed and managed the Cenikor Foundation's Louisiana...

DATE: September 22, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Mid City butcher shop to open in mid-November

Mid City butcher shop to open in mid-November

Steven Diehl of Good Diehl, a personal chef service, is bringing a new butcher shop and quick service restaurant to Mid City in mid-November. Called Twine: Modern Meat Market, the shop will offer cuts of meat along with prepared dinners and side...

DATE: September 22, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Alexander: Transparency, outcomes measurements key to future of higher education

Alexander: Transparency, outcomes measurements key to future of higher education

LSU President F. King Alexander is one of six national higher education leaders tapped by U.S. News and World Report to pen an op-ed about the industry's future. In his op-ed, Alexander focuses on the need for colleges and universities to...

DATE: September 22, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Editor: Questions abound in city-parish deal with BRAF for downtown parking garage

Editor: Questions abound in city-parish deal with BRAF for downtown parking garage

Business Report Editor Stephanie Riegel says that although the Metro Council will likely sign off on an agreement with the Baton Rouge Area Foundation over the state-owned parking garage downtown at Third and Convention streets at its meeting...

DATE: September 22, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

BRAF real estate arm buys Main Street building for $2.2M

Commercial Properties Realty Trust, the Baton Rouge Area Foundation's real estate company, has purchased the downtown building at 500 Main St. that is home to Stantec, formerly ABMB Engineers, for $2.2 million. In a sale that closed on Thursday,...

DATE: September 22, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

'Business Report' seeking list info from local businesses

Business Report is in the process of compiling new rankings of financial investment firms, staffing and employment agencies, fitness facilities and golf courses in the Capital Region. The magazine is now accepting new and updated information...

DATE: September 22, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Greg Dulli: The beauty behind 'The beast'

Greg Dulli: The beauty behind 'The beast'

The Afghan Whigs perform at The Civic Theatre (510 O'Keefe St.,...

DATE: September 19, 2014 | CATEGORY: Red Stick Sounds

'Daily Report' Week in Review

The executives behind a new investor fund shared with Daily Report this week their plans for attracting potential investment partners in Baton...

DATE: September 19, 2014 | CATEGORY: News

OMV leader says work ongoing to cut wait times

The Office of Motor Vehicles says it is working to shrink wait times for people renewing their driver's licenses and registering their vehicles. Lawmakers say they have received complaints that waits have spiked, with people being forced to wait in...

DATE: September 19, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Health insurance program for state workers still hemorrhaging cash

Health insurance program for state workers still hemorrhaging cash

Despite sweeping changes enacted by Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration, the health insurance program for state workers and public school employees will have to use $88 million from its reserve fund to cover its costs this year. As The Associated...

DATE: September 19, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Showing articles 1-10 of 72012 | NEXT »»

Refine your search for "when-hippies-took-over-prairieville"

Category
Byline
Keyword