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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… Read More »

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… Read More »

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… Read More »

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… Read More »

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… Read More »

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… Read More »

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… Read More »

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… Read More »

11/21/2016 | Read Story »