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Red Beans & Rouses partners with local churches to help feed neighborhoods (sponsored)

New Orleans traditions are here to stay! Every year, Rouses Markets donates millions of pounds of food to local food banks, food pantries, and community fridges. “I appreciate and love the way our stores and the neighborhoods they serve work together to support one another, and make sure that everyone has enough food to eat,” said Read More…

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Community testing for COVID-19 at Comiskey Playground today through Wednesday

The city’s Health Department, LCMC Health and LSU Health Sciences Center are conducting a mobile testing campaign for COVID-19 across the metro area over the coming weeks, with two stops in Mid-City neighborhoods. The first begins today. From Monday (May 4) through Wednesday (May 6), tests will be performed at Comiskey Playground, 600 S. Jefferson Read More…

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Former Our Lady of the Rosary deacon indicted in rape of altar boy 40 years ago

From the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office A former New Orleans Roman Catholic church deacon has been charged with the rape of a pre-teen boy nearly 40 years ago, District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro’s office on Thursday, Dec. 12, secured an indictment charging George Brignac, 84, was charged with one count of aggravated rape in the Read More…

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Proposal to allow event venue in former Korean Presbyterian Church moves forward

Plans for the former Korean First Presbyterian Church on Canal Street cleared a major hurdle Tuesday when the City Planning Commission, going against the CPC staff’s recommendation, approved a zoning change and conditional use that would allow the building to be turned into an event venue. It was the second try by the building’s owners, Read More…