Advertiser's Special elections

JP Morrell releases infrastructure plan for a resilient, prosperous and equitable future (sponsored)

JP Morrell Releases Infrastructure Plan for a Resilient, Prosperous & Equitable Future In New Orleans, infrastructure has been neglected for generations, with elected leaders kicking the can down the proverbial road. And that road is a very bad one. To change that, City Council At-Large, Division 2 candidate JP Morrell released an infrastructure plan Friday (Oct. Read More…

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Join us for Archives Month hosted by Chelsey Richard Napoleon, Clerk of Civil District Court (sponsored)

JOIN US VIRTUALLY FOR EXHIBITS FROM THE NOTARIAL ARCHIVES RESEARCH CENTER! THESE VIRTUAL SHOWCASES/BLOGS CAN BE VIEWED BY VISITING OUR WEBSITE THROUGH NOVEMBER 2021. ABOUT THE CLERK OF CIVIL DISTRICT COURT’S OFFICE FOR THE PARISH OF ORLEANS: The Clerk’s Office consists of two divisions – Land Records and Civil. Our Civil Division is where civil cases Read More…

Advertiser's Special elections

A message from Lesli Harris for City Council (sponsored)

My name is Lesli Harris. I’m running to serve the people of District B as your next City Councilmember. A graduate of Tulane Law School, I have spent my career advocating for our city’s entrepreneurs and culture bearers. I served as Loyola University’s first-ever Chief of Staff, where I helped get the University back on Read More…

Advertiser's Special city government elections

Joe Giarrusso for City Council receives key Democratic endorsements (sponsored)

The Orleans Parish Democratic Executive Committee, New Orleans Coalition, and Independent Democratic Electors Association (IDEA) are the latest organizations to endorse Joe Giarrusso for re-election to City Council District A in the Oct. 9 election. “I’m incredibly proud to be the official candidate of the Democratic Party and to have the support of these leading Read More…

Advertiser's Special city government

Join us in exploring benevolent societies and social aid clubs, hosted by Chelsey Richard Napoleon, Clerk of Civil District Court (sponsored)

In continuation of our virtual exhibits, we invite you to join us in exploring benevolent societies and social aid clubs in New Orleans. Our blog will feature a sampling of charters and notarial acts related to local benevolent societies and social aid clubs in our collection. Visit our website at www.orleanscivilclerk.com to view the blog. Read More…

Advertiser's Special colleges events sports and recreation

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…

Advertiser's Special elections events fundraisers

Swing for Lawes Golf Tournament to be held Tuesday, July 13 (sponsored)

Highly regarded local entrepreneur Mark Lawes announces Swing for Lawes Golf Tournament fundraising event for his run in the New Orleans City Council District D election. Registration is still open for this exciting fundraising event presented by the Committee to Elect Mark “Johari” Lawes, and will feature musical performances, giveaways and grand prizes for the Read More…

Advertiser's Special city government

Join us in exploring 19th century architects and builders, hosted by Chelsey Richard Napoleon, Clerk of Civil District Court (sponsored)

Our July blog will explore a sampling of historical architectural plans and building contracts by African American builders and architects in New Orleans. Visit our website at www.orleanscivilclerk.com to view the blogs. Visit us at the Research Center, where exhibits can be viewed in person from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. For Read More…