The Broome administration is moving forward with plans to acquire more than 340 acres of low-lying undeveloped property in Baton Rouge’s floodplain in an effort to improve drainage throughout the parish.
Louisiana saw more than 7,500 new cases of COVID over the weekend as the country continues to deal with a fourth spike of the virus. But in Baton Rouge, white-collar businesses differ when it comes to what to require and when to require it in order to slow the spread.
Four Springs Capital Trust, a Delaware-based real estate investment trust, bought Fresenius Kidney Care on Mancuso Lane for $6.2 million on Monday.
Metro Council member Dwight Hudson’s proposal to rededicate a portion of tax dollars from the East Baton Rouge Parish Library system and the EBR Mosquito Abatement and Rodent Control district is coming under fire...
The Downtown Development District has been searching for a new executive director since the death of longtime leader Davis Rhorer in March. Now, board chair Melanie Montanaro says the search has slowed as commission members and city workers needed to assist in the search have been on summer vacations.
Some four years after the city-parish sued local contractor Radu Cosman over his controversial $10,000 purchase of a prime tract of undeveloped land the case remains in legal limbo.
Unemployment benefits end in Louisiana at the end of the month, but will the termination of funds end staffing shortages at local restaurants? Baton Rouge business owners have mixed opinions.
Landowner Phil Witter is seeking approval from the Army Corps of Engineers to develop more than 14 acres of downtown riverfront property he owns at the base of the Mississippi River bridge on both sides of the levee.
Woman’s Hospital CEO Dr. Barbara Griffith is stepping down this fall, after just two years at the helm of the 165-bed hospital, and returning to North Carolina, where she will take over as president of the Duke Health System’s Duke Raleigh Hospital.
Metro Council member Dwight Hudson is proposing to grab $4 million of those tax dollars and effectively redirect them for drainage projects.
Louisiana needs to pay attention to the fact that scores of small towns along the coast are in danger of extinction.
The good ol' days of everyone in Division I college sports getting rich except the athletes who put their bodies at risk are thankfully over.