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I-10/110 WIDENING PROJECT

Joe Donahue from the Louisiana Department of Justice addresses a council meeting to discuss legal concerns about a local infrastructure project. He critiques the lack of transparency and accurate information from the Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD), emphasizing the discrepancy between project commitments and actual plans. Donahue stresses the importance of public trust in government and calls for clarity and honesty in project communications.

Here’s the latest on development along the Florida Boulevard corridor

March 27, 2024

Editorial: With new LSU arena, public engagement is necessary

March 24, 2024

New parish census estimates show widespread population loss across Louisiana

March 15, 2024

It was the biggest health care deal in Louisiana history. This is how it fell apart.

February 18, 2024

Blue Cross Blue Shield withdraws its plan of sale, again

February 14, 2024

This video features Woody Jenkins, former Baton Rouge legislator and current Chamber of Commerce President, criticizing the expensive and disruptive plan to rebuild I-10 and I-12. He proposes a more affordable alternative, emphasizing the need to protect Baton Rouge's economy and avoid extensive construction disruptions.

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Blue Cross Blue Shield

Unified Opposition Derails Blue Cross's Move to For-Profit Model

City Park

City Park's Crossroads: Balancing Golf Heritage and Green Spaces

Manholes / Potholes

Trees

Growing a Green Future: A Comprehensive Approach to Baton Rouge's Urban Forest

Baton Rouge Zoo

A Thrilling Transformation: Baton Rouge Zoo's Renovation at Greenwood Park

Ground Water

Preserving Our Precious Groundwater: Collaborative Efforts in Louisiana

Blight Control

Battling Blight: Tire Recycling Efforts in East Baton Rouge Parish

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