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Two deputy superintendents promised the Carrollton neighborhood leaders that they would be involved in an upcoming feasibility study of the Priestley site. To questions about the plans for Booker T. Washington plan, they replied only that nothing is final and that they are continuing to hear concerns from the community.
A man was robbed at gunpoint while leaving a bank that was subject to a similar robbery two weeks ago, and a Tulane police officer was injured chasing a suspect in a separate robbery moments later Wednesday morning, authorities said.
And a third robbery attempt was reported Wednesday afternoon at the Walgreens on St. Charles Avenue at Felicity Street, though details of that case were not immediately available.
The New Deal is where you go when you want to experience talent and a true desire to make you happy with your hair. Randy Spitler, a native New Orleanian, has been in the same spot on Freret Street for over twenty years, and his results prove it. The New Deal Hair Salon is where you receive all the luxury and personalized attention of a private salon without the price tag that comes attached to it. Featuring a full range of services, including a specialty in Framesi color and coloration, in a quiet, elegant interior, at the New Deal Hair Salon, you’ll be the only client in the salon.
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Watching from the sidelines these last few weeks as New Orleanians applaud or boo proposed demolitions throughout the Uptown area, I am once again left scratching my head from what seems to be a certain sense of inconsistency. Here’s why.
The recent robbery of a business owner as he approached a South Claiborne Avenue bank to make a deposit could be related to similar incidents elsewhere in the city, police officials told residents Tuesday amid updates on various cases around Uptown New Orleans.
With most major races settled last month and only one-in-five voters expected to return to the polls to decide the remaining runoffs, UptownMessenger.com wants to know if our readers plan to participate in Saturday’s election.
A man walking home from a Prytania Street corner store was attacked and stabbed Thursday evening for apparently no reason, police said, and the attack came so quickly that he was unsure how many people were even involved.
KIPP Believe College Prep on South Carrollton is headed to a new school building in Gentilly, and Benjamin Banneker Elementary in the Riverbend is slated for a new campus in Hollygrove, according to school assignment plans being aired publicly by the Recovery School District this week.
Lycée Français de la Nouvelle Orléans, the French-immersion charter school based in Uptown New Orleans, hopes to sign a lease this week on a building large enough to accommodate its next five years or more of grade-by-grade expansion, officials said Monday.
The planned redevelopment of the former Nine Inch Nails recording studio on Magazine Street and the proposed expansion of Audubon Charter School both return to a city board Wednesday morning seeking waivers required to start their projects.
The mere mention of the words evokes fear in the minds of many New Orleanians: “Central City.” With a violent crime rate among the highest or New Orleans neighborhoods, the words are virtually synonymous with poverty, crime and seemingly insurmountable social disorder.
This being the case, one would think that nobody would be rushing to become Central City’s lead cheerleader. However, District B City Councilwoman Stacy Head has embraced the role wholeheartedly.