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Louisiana's $50 Billion Plan to Rebuild the Coast

Friday, 28 August 2015 11:35 Written by
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State warns seniors to watch for unlicensed dental insurer
Friday, 28 August 2015 11:08 Written by
The Louisiana Department of Insurance is warning senior citizens to watch out for a company called Dental2U that is selling dental insurance without a license. “We are issuing a warning to seniors because we have learned this unlicensed company is targeting residents of nursing home facilities in south Louisiana, specifically in the Greater New Orleans, Baton Rouge and northshore areas, and may be reaching out to potential targets in other parts of the state as…
Cox Conserves Heroes names Louisiana finalists; LSU grads make Hinge most eligible list: Weekly Business Bulletin
Friday, 28 August 2015 10:49 Written by
Here's your weekly round-up of appointments, announcements and awards that happened in Baton Rouge for the week ending Aug. 28, 2015. Cox Conserves Heroes names Louisiana finalists Patrick Armstrong, Gretchen Vanicor and Chip Vosburg have been selected as finalists for Louisiana's 2015 Cox Conserves Heroes program, by Cox Communications and the Trust for Public Land. The public may cast votes now through September 14 at CoxConservesHeroes.com. A total of $20,000 will be donated to local…
Albemarle's Lithium Business Receives 2015 National Mining Society Award For Lithium Operations In Chile
Friday, 28 August 2015 08:28 Written by
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La Vie en Rose succeeds where others have failed
Friday, 28 August 2015 06:19 Written by
“When I bought La Vie en Rose 20 years ago, people said I was crazy. Ten years after, they said I was lucky. Now, today, people are starting to say I’m smart,” said Roberge, 52, of Montreal. “We have a very aggressive plan for the division to be sure that in a year it is going to start to be profitable.”
THE BUZZ: Brewery opening in La Salle, Utica business welcomes new mascot
Thursday, 27 August 2015 19:57 Written by
Brewery opening in La Salle A new brewery is coming to La Salle. Starved Rock Brewing will be opening at 440 First St., La Salle. A story will appear in a future edition of Better Times. Heritage Harbor making additions A small addition to serve as an information center at Heritage Harbor Ottawa is underway. "Usually resorts have a front desk but until we finish our hotel, 'Our Front Porch' will be used to welcome…
Remodeling begins on new City Pork Kitchen and Pie; target date for opening ID'd
Thursday, 27 August 2015 17:18 Written by
Remodeling has started on the old Exchequer Restaurant building with plans for it to open in late summer or early fall as a third version of the popular local chain, City Pork. City Pork Kitchen and Pie at 6721 Exchequer Drive will be a restaurant and a catering/commissary kitchen for City Pork and City Pork II restaurants, said Trey Williams, a co-owner of the chain. Williams said the kitchens at City Pork, near the Perkins…
Financing secured for The Oasis sports bar, open-air venue, reception hall on Burbank
Thursday, 27 August 2015 17:07 Written by
A construction loan has been completed for The Oasis development on Burbank Drive, which will feature a sports bar from the owners of Sammy’s Grill, an open-air venue and a reception hall. Site work on the development across from South Kenilworth Parkway should begin in the next 30 to 60 days, said developer Chris Shaheen. The Oasis is expected to open by summer 2016. The Oasis will have a sports bar, a 10,000-square-foot reception hall…
Louisiana contractor licensing board continues 84 Lumber investigation
Thursday, 27 August 2015 15:07 Written by
Last week 84 Lumber avoided losing its Louisiana contractor’s license, but the Pennsylvania company’s problems with state regulators aren’t over. The State Licensing Board for Contractors is now investigating whether 84 Lumber has lost lawsuits to any Louisiana construction firms and hasn’t paid those judgments, said Michael McDuff, the board’s executive director. The board has been sent several legal judgments. Board attorney Murphy Foster is checking to see which of those are considered final, meaning…
NOLA businesses in Houston make Katrina evacuees feel like they're home again
Thursday, 27 August 2015 13:05 Written by
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