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St. Bernard Sheriff, Council Approve Refinery Tax Exemption Application

CHALMETTE, La. – St. Bernard Parish Sheriff James Pohlmann and the St. Bernard Parish Council have unanimously approved Chalmette Refining’s Industrial Tax Exemption Program...

Nonprofit Planning STEM Innovation Center in New Orleans East

NEW ORLEANS  – Local nonprofit STEM NOLA said it will use a portion of a new $1.25 million dollar grant from the W. K....

Tulane Scientist Helping Plan NASA Mission to Venus

NEW ORLEANS - Tulane University’s Jennifer Whitten, an assistant professor in the department of earth and environmental sciences, will contribute to NASA’s upcoming VERITAS...

Ochsner to Join State’s Effort to Sequence COVID-19 Variants

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – As COVID-19 variants continue to spread globally, there is a strong need for continued public health surveillance of COVID-19,...

Pontchartrain Conservancy to Launch Water Quality App

NEW ORLEANS – Pontchartrain Conservancy has created an Android and iOS app that will provide the public with the environmental nonprofit's weekly water quality...

Delta Biofuel Proposes $70M Renewable Fuel Plant in Jeanerette

JEANERETTE, La. (press release) — Gov. John Bel Edwards and Delta Biofuel CEO Philip Keating announced the company is evaluating Iberia Parish, Louisiana, for...

Acadian Capital Ventures Announces First Investment

LAFAYETTE, La. (press release) — Acadian Capital Ventures, a seed-stage venture capital firm, has invested in YellowBird, a nationwide gig economy marketplace that matches...

Week in Review, June 21-25: The Beach, the Blake and Hotel St. Vincent

NEW ORLEANS - Here are the week's biggest business stories: The Hotel Saint Vincent is officially open at 1507 Magazine Street. The 75-room boutique hotel,...

UNO Research & Technology Park Rebranded as The Beach at UNO

NEW ORLEANS  — Starting this week, the University of New Orleans Research and Technology Park will go by its catchy new name: "The Beach...

Louisiana Planning $180M Broadband Internet Expansion Effort

BATON ROUGE  (AP) — Louisiana intends to spend $180 million over three years on grants to telecommunication firms that construct broadband internet infrastructure in...

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