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Hagan-Lafitte Drainage project is nearing completion

Crews are laying more than 7 inches of finished concrete as the contractors move toward the substantial completion of the cutting-edge Hagan-Lafitte Drainage Project, according ...

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Roadwork expected to improve storm-water drainage near City Park and Bayou St. John

A street and infrastructure repair project is underway in the City Park and Parkview neighborhoods, the Mayor’s Office announced. The city officially broke ground last ...

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New clubhouse enhances offerings on the Lafitte Greenway

Officials celebrated another new Lafitte Greenway facility on Tuesday at a ribbon-cutting for the Lafitte Greenway Clubhouse. The $1.9 million clubhouse is on the southern ...

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City releases information holiday trash collection, Christmas tree recycling

There will be no curbside trash collection on Friday, Dec. 25, in honor of Christmas Day, or the following Friday, Jan. 1, in honor of ...

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Viewpoint: City faces challenges in reaching herd immunity and retooling economy

By Danae Columbus, opinion columnist By almost every measure, Mayor LaToya Cantrell has done a yeoman’s job of keeping COVID-19 at bay in New Orleans, ...

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City offers free flu shots this Friday in Mid-City

City of New Orleans to Provide Free Flu Shots Friday, Testing Vaccine Administration Plans from Office of the Mayor, City of New Orleans On Friday, ...

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New bike lanes planned for Bienville and Ursulines

A few Mid-City and Faubourg St. John streets are getting new bike lanes as part of the city’s Moving New Orleans Bikes project. The project, ...

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