The spread of the novel coronavirus has affected a lot of things, in a lot of different ways.
New Orleans residents were shocked last week when Mayor LaToya Cantrell revealed that the city would request businesses to keep a record of every customer entering their establishments. Civil rights groups, such as ACLU of Louisiana, raised concerns, saying the program must be “voluntary, tr…
For the millions of workers stuck at home, having a stable, reliable internet connection is more important than ever. Private providers have led the way to keep America connected.
Louisiana’s Oil and Gas E&P companies are in dire need of immediate severance tax relief not only to survive the unprecedented series of events currently unfolding on the industry, but also for Louisiana to be competitive with the severance rate in other states. In the past, commodity pr…
(The Center Square) – Some doctors, economists and educators argue stay-at-home orders defy data and medical science, and are hurting young people the most.
Looking at the future of revenue in Louisiana, it’s not a rosy picture - and COVID-19 isn’t the only culprit, either.
In order to gauge how Louisiana school systems were handling the COVID-19 crisis and, specifically, distance learning, the state’s Department of Education issued a survey to individual school districts asking them a variety of questions.
I received a lot of e-mails last week regarding the pharmaceuticals from China column. Mainly, most expressed understanding that China exports a ton of drugs - but the underlying economics were somewhat confusing.
A pharmaceutical issue, wherein brand-name drugs for every day maladies were in short supply, has caused a new wrinkle amid the COVID-19 crisis.
(The Center Square) – Gov. John Bel Edwards’ executive order suspending deadlines for district attorneys to file charges against people being held in jail presents a “grave threat to fundamental civil rights,” the Louisiana chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union argues.
Editor’s Note: The following editorial ran in the Sep. 28, 2014 edition of the News and discussed the necessity of land usage - read: zoning - in Livingston Parish. Recent discussion by the parish council regarding zoning brought this to mind, as it seemed appropriate for our time.
Editor’s Note: The following column was written by my late father in the winter of 2012, as Tiger fans around the nation reeled against the 21-0 loss to Alabama in the National Championship rematch. It shows that growth takes time, and seemed appropriate as LSU works through a coaching carou…
Despite the long diatribe by McHugh David in this week’s column, there are plenty of positives moving forward into 2020 for Livingston Parish.
Would you like to generate interest for your home before listing it by having your agent advertise that your house is “coming soon?” Would you like to test the waters of the current market for an as is sell with a group of investors before sinking thousands of dollars into renovation and rep…
One of the major home design trends going into 2020 is the resurgence of the color blue. Sherwin Williams named their dark, rich blue tone, Naval as the color of the upcoming year and the various shades of this calming color are showing up in more and more interior design palettes.