Two people were injured Saturday afternoon in a drive-by shooting in Broadmoor, New Orleans police said.
New Orleans police investigators are searching for three people they want to question about a Wednesday-evening armed robbery in the Irish Channel, and they are asking for the public’s help identifying them, authorities said.
The South Broad Health Clinic in the renovated pharmacy at Washington and Broad will be operated by Access Health Louisiana, a 20-site network of community health centers across the state, when it opens later this year, officials announced Thursday.
Two men were tied up by gunman robbing in a Milan Street home on Wednesday afternoon, while two other armed robberies were reported less than 20 minutes apart around the Irish Channel on Wednesday night, New Orleans police said.
Leaders of several growing charter schools are weighing the potential of moving into vacant former campuses in the Carrollton area, the former Carrollton courthouse and the old Priestley school, as the Orleans Parish School Board led tours of both on Wednesday in preparation to sell them and other campuses around the city.
Hotel Indigo on St. Charles Avenue will hold a happy-hour fundraiser for the Tipitina’s Foundation on Thursday evening, donating 20 percent of sales from 5:30 to 7 p.m. to the nonprofit’s music education and outreach efforts.
In a hearing Tuesday, Magistrate Judge Harry Cantrell found that detectives had probable cause to charge James Johnson, 21, with aggravated rape, armed robbery, aggravated burglary and false imprisonment in connection with the April 9 attack on a woman in her Hickory Street home. Cantrell also upheld a separate set of charges of aggravated aggravated assault, armed robbery, sexual battery and simple kidnapping against Johnson in a April 1 attack on a woman outside her home on Cleveland Avenue in Mid-City, but the outcome of a third case against him — an April 4 home-invasion on Panola Street — remains pending.
In a separate case, two men were arrested on marijuana and gun-possession charges following another drug case on Milan Street, police said.
After being rained out last month, the 610 Stompers and the Hot 8 Brass Band will return to Palmer Park on Sunday afternoon to lead adult teams in a games-oriented “Romp” fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity, organizers said.
Khaled Hosseini — whose novel “The Kite Runner” has sold seven million copies in the U.S. alone — will discuss his latest book “And the Mountains Echoed” on Sunday evening at Temple Sinai on St. Charles Avenue.
This Saturday (June 7), the Freret Market will return for its final monthly appearance before pausing during the hot months New Orleans summer, organizers said.