After a brief power loss at the Sewerage & Water Board plant in Carrollton on Wednesday morning, New Orleans city officials are urging residents to boil water before consuming it in any way until water quality can be assured.
The fourth-annual Irish Festival was held at the Kingsley house on Saturday, September 16 in the Irish Channel. The Kingsley House is a community center first established in the late 19th century to “help immigrants overcome language, cultural, social and family displacement barriers as they settled in New Orleans,” according to their website. The festival features Irish music, cultural competitions and more.
The key to addressing New Orleans’ social problems is by focusing on the economy, and the best way to do that is an aggressive focus on attracting Fortune 500 companies to relocate to the city, mayoral candidate Troy Henry told an Uptown neighborhood group late last week — arguing that his background in business uniquely qualifies him for the job.
The NOPD is investigating a fatal shooting that occurred today (September 11, 2017) in the 2800 block of Jackson Avenue.
The NOPD is investigating a fatal accident that left a female pedestrian dead today (Sept 5.) in the 4100 block of Claiborne Avenue.
A 1-year-old child was killed in a house fire Monday morning on Birch Street in Carrollton, New Orleans fire officials said.
As Chipotle prepares for an October hearing date on its request to open a location on Magazine Street in the Garden District, the chain has convinced city planners that its burrito shop should be considered a standard restaurant rather than fast food.
A man in his 20s was critically injured in a shooting overnight on St. Andrew Street, New Orleans police said Saturday morning.
A man in his 40s was seriously injured in a shooting Monday evening on Philip Street, New Orleans police said.
With filing barely closed on a competitive six-person field for the District A seat on the New Orleans City Council, Aylin Maklansky launched her campaign with a speech promising a grassroots campaign for progressive leadership in the city with a particular eye toward environmental issues.
On Friday, June 30, the Krewe of Freret led their Summer Strut Second Line down Freret street, ending at Gasa Gasa.
A man was forced inside his Dublin Street home at gunpoint on Thursday by an assailant who took his vehicle, New Orlenas police said.
Maple Street Book Shop has extended its final closing sale until June 30, with all used books half off and all new books 20 percent off, and a new order of the shop’s legendary “Fight the Stupids” merchandise in stock.