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Viewpoint: If not the Municipal Auditorium, what could become the next City Hall?

By Danae Columbus, opinion columnist While Mayor LaToya Cantrell told members of the Save Our Soul (SOS) coalition Tuesday that she was “good” with the Municipal Auditorium not becoming the next City Hall, the historic structure remains her first choice probably because of the $38 million allocation from FEMA that comes with it.  Cantrell has Read More…

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Tulane Baseball Camp is open for middle and high school students (sponsored)

Tulane Summer Baseball Camp is gearing up for more fun! Registration for the Tulane Summer Baseball Academy middle school camp and the high school showcase are open for all. The July portion of the exciting and informative youth camps will be open to all boys and girls from middle school to high school — providing Read More…

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Construction starts on $38.6 million nursing school building on Delgado campus

By Sharon Lurye, Mid-City Messenger  Construction started in earnest on Monday for a new $38.6 million nursing and allied health building at Delgado Community College’s City Park campus, helped in part by a $20 million donation from the Ochsner Health system. The 120,000-square-foot building is being constructed at the site of a former parking lot Read More…