A man was robbed at gunpoint on a Central City street early Sunday, the New Orleans Police Department reported.
The NOPD arrested three suspects on Tuesday, Oct. 8, in multiple narcotics and firearms violations. The arrests occurred in the 8700 block of Green Street.
State Sen. Karen Carter Peterson sailed to re-election to her final term representing Uptown in the state legislature on Saturday night, but much of the rest of the New Orleans delegation remains to be determined with tight House races leading to runoffs.
The Prince of Wales Social Aid and Pleasure Club is holding its 91st annual second-line on Sunday afternoon. The theme of the parade is “1619 to 2019, and still we rise,” in recognition of the year the first slave ship arrived in Jamestown, Virginia.
A man was seriously injured in a hit-and-run while walking near the Pontchartrain Expressway in Central City, the New Orleans Police Department reported.
Central City Library’s temporary pop-up is now open on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. at the site of our new location at 2020 Jackson Ave.
The pop-up offers WiFi access and iPads, children’s crafts and toys, storytimes on Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. and library materials available for checkout.
A man was shot while sitting on his porch Wednesday evening in the Leonidas neighborhood, the New Orleans Police Department reported.
Despite heavy attacks from his Republican opponents and their related political action committees, Gov. John Bel Edwards was sailing toward a primary victory. Armed with an abundant war chest and a bipartisan coalition that was holding together, Edwards’ team could smell victory until two negative spots about former senior staffer Johnny Anderson hit the airwaves. Sources say Anderson had a history of sometimes being “a bad boy.” Until the #MeToo movement began, his habits were tolerated.
The local races for Uptown residents on Saturday’s ballot include, for the first time in many years, highly competitive races for the House of Representatives.
A woman using a walker outside Ochsner Baptist Medical Center on Monday morning had her purse snatched, the New Orleans Police Department reported.
The weather in New Orleans can be unpredictable. But if you know Louisiana, one thing you can almost always count on is the heat and humidity.
Keeping some things in storage can be difficult because certain items like clothes, artwork, and furniture are more susceptible to damage from extreme changes in temperature from severe heat or cold. That’s why climate-controlled options are necessary for storage in New Orleans.
Here are just a few reasons why climate-controlled storage is so critical:
A man walking in Central City on Friday was jumped by four men who stole his phone, the New Orleans Police Department reported.
Parasol’s Restaurant & Bar, the classic Irish Channel gathering place, is serving drinks again, at least on weekends for now, under new ownership, Ian McNulty reports on NOLA. com.
A driver stopped at traffic sign in Central City had his car stolen out from under him Thursday by an armed carjacker, the New Orleans Police Department reported.