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Avondale apartment building Friday afternoon in an attempt to put violent drug dealers behind bars, police officials say...Friday in the 350 block of Rockdale Avenue was part of an ongoing project to clean up Avondale. The drug dealing and the
Laveranues Coles is planning a restaurant in the downtown building he bought last month. The former football player (Ribault, FSU, NFL) paid $750,000 for the two-story building at 323 E...Now JAA Architecture is designing a restaurant to go in there.
Avondale.jpg Brandon Hightower (left), and Demetric Ellis (right), are charged with first-degree robbery in Avondale holdup. Two men are in custody accused of robbing a group of friends after a night out at an Avondale nightclub. Birmingham police on
Delgado Community College plans to build a $15 million campus in a Jefferson Parish technology park to serve an estimated 3,000 students. The Times-Picayune reports (http://bit.ly/1aGwvEX) the Delgado River City Campus will specialize in courses tied
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 22° Min 10° Family legacy continued by women's pairs finalist Crispin Anderlini, Fuseworks November 12, 2013, 7:28 pm A second round upset in post-section of the women's pairs at The Trusts New Zealand Open 2013
Jimmie Johnson has taken control of the championship battle following a disastrous performance by Matt Kenseth at Phoenix International Raceway. Johnson widened his lead in the Sprint Cup standings to 28 points over Kenseth heading into next Sunday's
Phoenix International Raceway would welcome IndyCar back, but the track president doesn't believe those who run the series have much interest in a return. Bryan Sperber said he's been clear with IndyCar on how the financial arrangement would have to
Matt Crafton finished fifth to make the season championship a formality next week. Crafton needs only to start in the season finale at Homestead to seal his first series title after eliminating all other contenders Friday night. Jones won at 17 years,
Kevin Harvick, the only other driver with a plausible chance to win this season's Sprint Cup Series championship, calls the battle between first place Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth basically a draw. Harvick was asked Friday to evaluate each driver
Brad Keselowski was in the thick of the championship hunt a year ago at Phoenix International Raceway, where he rolled into the race on Jimmie Johnson's rear bumper. He left with the points lead and wrapped up his first Sprint Cup title a week later.