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2 New Orleans HBCUs win $2.25 million in career grants

The United Negro College Fund has awarded sizable grants to improve graduates’ professional prospects at two New Orleans historically black […]

12/08/2016 | Read Story »

New Orleans drainage tax pays for critical needs

Greater New Orleans Inc. is proud to support the drainage millage renewal on the ballot in the city of New […]

12/07/2016 | Read Story »

Mr. Mudbug & 12 Seasons Catering JEDCO’s 2016 Small Business Of The Year

KENNER, LA – The Jefferson Parish Economic Development Commission (JEDCO) celebrated a successful year of economic wins and the implementation […]

12/07/2016 | Read Story »

Expect to hear a lot about crime at the Capitol in 2017

You’re going to hear and see our elected class at the State Capitol speak in abundance about crime, incarceration and […]

12/06/2016 | Read Story »

Up and running: Dyno Nobel project

JOINT EFFORT In September, Gov. John Bel Edwards, Incitec Pivot Limited Chairman Paul Brasher and Cornerstone Chemical CEO Greg Zoglio […]

11/29/2016 | Read Story »

How start-ups are helping to turn around the Big Easy

In 2005, New Orleans native Kirk Coco watched the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina unfold with horror from afar in […]

11/29/2016 | Read Story »

Premier Holiday Shopping Marketplace NOLA MADE To Showcase ‘New’ New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS – NOLA MADE 2016 takes place Black Friday, Nov. 25, at the Ace Hotel, 600 Carondelet St., from […]

11/23/2106 | Read Story »

Judge tosses case stalling work on WTC

NEW ORLEANS – Monday a judge threw out the litigation that stalled work on the old World Trade Center at […]

11/21/2016 | Read Story »