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NOPD arrests suspect in Mid-City auto burglary

The NOPD has arrested Terrica Jones, 36, in the investigation of an auto burglary on Jan. 20 in Mid-City. At about 7:40 p.m., NOPD Third ...

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Police blotter: Two women attacked and robbed in separate incidents

Two women were robbed in separate incidents this week in Mid-City neighborhoods, the New Orleans Police Department reported. In both incidents, the victim had been ...

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City Park warns of zombie-like raccoons with distemper, WWL-TV reports

City Park’s raccoon population is infected with canine distemper, posing a threat to dogs and cats but not to humans, WWL-TV has reported. City Park ...

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Home Malone’s ‘Ice Cream Truck’ float a sweet spot on North Carrollton

By Jeanne D’Arcy, Mid-City Messenger Home Malone has installed its storefront float, “Ice Cream Truck,” in keeping with the Mid-City Krewe of House Floats’ theme ...

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Woman carjacked in Parkview neighborhood

A woman was carjacked at gunpoint Friday in the Parkview neighborhood, the New Orleans Police Department reported. The 29-year-old woman was getting out of in ...

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‘Floats in the Oaks’ driving tour to bring Carnival to City Park

This year, instead of standing and watching the floats roll by, we can roll by the floats in scenic City Park. “Floats in the Oaks” ...

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All that glitters: NOLA Craft Culture is riding out the year of no parades

By Jeanne D’Arcy, Mid-City Messenger “You can’t keep a good New Orleanian out of a costume or from glittering,” said Lisette Constantin, co-owner of NOLA ...

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Viewpoint: Candidates offer new voices for Second Congressional District voters

By Danae Columbus, opinion columnist Charter school co-principal Mindy McConnell and small business owner Jenette Porter —along with state Sen. Troy Carter, state Sen. Karen ...

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