Drew Ward is a non-traditional politician. He ran unsuccessfully for Council District A four years ago when he received a little more than 10% of the vote and has already announced his candidacy again.
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The Lusher Charter School governing board voted Wednesday night in favor of a structural change that will place it more directly in charge of federal funds for special education and other services, with less involvement from the Orleans Parish School Board.
The former Carrollton Courthouse — built in 1855 by one of the city’s premier architects, used as a school on-and-off since 1889, and a top priority for preservation by local historians — is set for public auction in March, with an open house for potential buyers next week.
The Hyundai sedan taken last week in a carjacking on Chestnut Street in which one of the victims was shot in the leg is still missing, and investigators are hoping the public can help find it as a lead in the case, New Orleans police said.
Firstline Schools, the network of schools that includes Green Charter in the Freret neighborhood and four others in Treme and Gentilly, plans to return to the oversight of the Orleans Parish School Board, officials announced.
New Orleans police are investigating the rape of a woman at an as-yet-undetermined location, authorities said.
Work on the water lines around the Louisiana and Jefferson avenue construction sites will cause low pressure for residents and businesses around those streets, according to the Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans.
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Two people lost their lives in shootings Friday night around Uptown New Orleans, police said — a woman who was inside her Dryades Street home when gunfire outside wounded five other people, and a man who was trying to rob a cell store near Walmart.