Dozens of community members turned out over the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Weekend to finish a community-based art project on the Lafitte Greenway.
The Mid-City Neighborhood Association kicked off 2017 with a comprehensive discussion of crime prevention, the recidivism rate and funding for several public programs.
MCNO will host a community forum every month on a plethora of issues. This month’s topic: public safety.
Mid-City residents are invited to learn more about how to prevent crime in their neighborhoods, what resources citizens can access to increase public safety and what strategies the New Orleans Police Department is using to combat criminal activity.
The International School of Louisiana board of trustees unanimously voted to not recharter its Jefferson Parish campus, leaving hundreds of parents unsure about their children’s educational future.
After almost five years of study, deliberation and debate, the Mid-City Local Historic District has officially been created.
New Orleans City Council voted to approve the creation of Mid-City’s district and the Parkview Local Historic District, as proposed by the Historic Preservation Study Committee, at their meeting Thursday. That vote comes after several months of deferral, though an August public meeting drew much praise for the creation of historic districts in Uptown, Mid-City and Parkview.
A local couple is revamping an old salon in the Faubourg St. John neighborhood, drawing enthusiasm from neighbors but also some worries about parking.
According to TCNA’s bylaws, board members are to be elected at the last meeting of the year. Jacob Rickoll, the organization’s president, has decided to do an election through email this year because of busy holiday schedules.