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Former LSU basketball star Garrett Temple buys $3.6M 合约数字货币交易平台_合约交home in Oak Hills

Former LSU basketball star Garrett Temple has closed on a $3.6 million new 合约数字货币交易平台_合约交home in the Oak Hills subdivision, off of Highland Road.

Virus roundup …

• Gov. John Bel Edwards is expected to hold a news conference at 2:30 p.m., ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Hospitalizations across the state...

One at-large council member removed from proposed changes to Plan of Government

East Baton Rouge Parish voters could be asked to approve certain changes to the city-parish Plan of Government in a March 20 election, if...

‘Business Report’ publisher: Endorsements for Dec. 5 election

Early voting for the runoff elections in East Baton Rouge Parish is underway and continues until Saturday, Nov. 28. Election day is Dec. 5....

Roundup: 225 GIVES / Louisiana schools / SEC football

Early bird: Early giving for the inaugural 225 GIVES event, presented by the Baton Rouge Area Foundation and Capital Area United Way, begins today...

As customers move online, so does the holiday retail season

The holidays will look different at Macy’s this year. The Thanksgiving Day parade will proceed without spectators, and Santa Claus will not be reviewing...

SEC overhauls certain disclosure requirements for businesses

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission voted last week to remove certain disclosure requirements for companies, one of the last rule changes to pass...

Virus roundup … 

• The Louisiana Department of Health reported 971 new COVID-19 cases today.   • COVID-19 spread in Acadiana this past faster than it has since its...

Baton Rouge retailers see little to no boost from state sales tax holiday

Baton Rouge retailers noticed little, if any, difference in business Friday and Saturday, when Louisiana’s state sales tax wasn’t charged on most purchases under a one-time sales tax holiday aimed to help people struggling with the coronavirus pandemic and recovering from hurricanes Laura and Delta.

North Baton Rouge property sells for $3M after owner goes bankrupt

Mississippi-based Riverbend Environmental Services LLC has sold its 16-acre property near the U.S. 190 Mississippi River bridge in north Baton Rouge. 

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