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Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome will hold her fourth State of the City Address 7 p.m. Wednesday, January 8th at the Manship Theatre, 100 Lafayette St., in downtown Baton Rouge. The address will focus on Mayor Broome’s achievements during 2019 along with her short-term and long-term goals for the community.

Hello there America, I am Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Remember me? I lived with you in times of transitional peace through non-violent means. However, it appears that the times that you are living in now, have proven to be very different and more difficult than when I was with you.

Behavioral Health Hospital Coming to Baton Rouge Area

Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome’s initiative to expand health care access and quality jobs in North Baton Rouge was unanimously approved by the Metro Council. Oceans Behavioral Healthcare will expand to Howell Place off Harding Boulevard thanks to a City-Parish performance-based incentive grant.


Robert Donaldson is a man of tremendous fortitude. He is a husband, father, minister, author and a life changing motivational speaker. He is a man with deep spiritual convictions, moral aptitude, and he possess the practical wisdom to inspire and motivate even the most disenfranchised. Robert is a native of Baton Rouge, LA and he has overcome tremendous difficulties.

There are several common features and traits that successful entrepreneurs share. Even if you don’t have these yet, you can develop them with practice and perseverance. More than likely though, you already have some of these traits if you are looking into becoming an entrepreneur. 

National Fuel Prices Remain Stagnant

Charles Jenkins Earns 7th Billboard Top Ten For Inspiring Anthem “Keep The Faith” 

Families Find Homes, Community at Urban Garden Senior Village  


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