Election Day is tomorrow, and presumably all of us have decided which awful candidates we will hold our noses and vote for this round. If we can avoid retching while we push the buttons for those races, we will be faced with six constitutional amendments that are on the ballot as well.
The request to tear down a multi-unit home on Broadway Street was withdrawn Thursday following opposition from neighbors, City Council officials said.
Rampant voter frustration, anger, and resentment is all around us — from the Dillard University students and others who tried to crash last night’s televised debate to the local and national candidates who have shown a definite lack of civility — and these sentiments unfortunately could be the hallmark of all future elections.
As the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority looks for ways to grow public transportation in the city, officials are considering new options such as a partnership with Uber to reach transit lines or a new fare system based on riders’ incomes.
Residents near the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Willow street will lose power for much of Wednesday as part of the ongoing construction of a new drainage canal there, Entergy announced.
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is on track to earn more votes than Ralph Nader did in 2000 — posting the party’s best-ever showing in a national election and building toward a future away from the two-party system, her running mate Ajamu Baraka said in an appearance Thursday at an Uptown church.
With enrollment growing beyond expectations and a possible preschool on the horizon, the International School of Louisiana has requested a third Eastbank campus for the next academic year.