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La. (AP) Delgado Community College will close its Covington campus at the end of the spring 2014 semester. School officials say classes will slowly be phased out in the months ahead. The Times -Picayune reports ( http://bit.ly/16J6PcC ) students will
Coast Guard says a tug boat and a barge collided with a pipeline south of New Orleans, injuring four and leading to a blaze visible from miles away. Ensign Tanner Stiehl told The Associated Press late Tuesday that the collision occurred at about 6 p.
Family and friends held a prayer vigil on Sunday for a former Teacher of the Year who grew up in the area and has been reported missing in New Orleans. Terrilyn Monette was last seen March 2 at a bar in a neighborhood in New Orleans, where she
When you cross Lake Pontchartrain into New Orleans East, the median contains the concrete safety barriers. Ugly I know, but planted in between the barriers are all types of trees and plants . It's much more appealing than the rusted, beat up
La. (AP) A 35-year-old man was arrested Wednesday and accused making threatening phone calls to at least two Jefferson Parish schools that had to be evacuated...John Fortunato , a spokesman for the Sheriff's Office, said Shane C. Kersey , of Lafitte,
Popular Tags Archives Feeds March 4, 2013 by Orissa Arend The storm of our lives, of course, refers to Katrina. But in my mind it also refers to the storm that WAS some people's lives even before Katrina. The book that I'm about to review is one of
Widespread loss of water pressure has been reported in New Orleans, and the city is advising residents in a large swath of the city boil their water. The city said in a statement Sunday morning that Sewerage & Water Board officials were still working
Bernard Parish man on a second-degree murder charge in connection with the death of a man who had been missing for months. Police said Michael Vicknair was booked in connection with the death of 53-year-old Jeffrey Bonck Sr.
An archaeological project arising out of Hurricane Katrina's floods has turned up bits of pottery fired about 1,300 years before the first French colonists slogged into south Louisiana swamps. The project also has turned up artifacts from later
Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology chose the Greater New Orleans area as one of only 17 federally funded Beacon communities. Health Information Exchange. “The Crescent