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Dantin Bruce plans 52-lot infill subdivision by Parkview Baptist Church

Brian Dantin and Ross Bruce, of Dantin Bruce Development, are planning to develop a 52-lot infill subdivision off Sherwood Forest Boulevard and Old Jefferson...

With CEAs signed, $53.6M Bus Rapid Transit system expected to roll out in 2024

State and local officials today executed a series of cooperative endeavor agreements that will allow for the funding and implementation of the Plank-Nicholson Bus...

Jeff Kleinpeter partners on deal to purchase WaterScape Pools

Baton Rouge businessman Jeff Kleinpeter and construction entrepreneur Mike Collins have purchased WaterScape Pools, a local swimming pool construction company.

Virus roundup …

• Gov. John Bel Edwards this afternoon announced the state would “take a step back” into modified phase two guidelines because of a spike...

Alford: A fight to the finish in 5th Congressional District

The headlines affixed to a set of press releases issued late last week by the campaigns of state Rep. Lance Harris and Luke Letlow...

Roundup: UN ambassador / Consumer confidence / Planned Parenthood

Baker native: Linda Thomas-Greenfield, a Baker native and LSU alumna, has officially been named as President-elect Joe Biden’s U.S. ambassador to the United Nations,...

Architects look for flexibility in designs post-COVID-19

With offices emptied and people distanced not only from their co-workers and clients—but their loved ones—Baton Rouge architects earlier this year had to take a hard look at projects in planning.

Metro Council to consider look and placement of 5G cell towers under revised ordinance

Following more than a year of rewrites, a set of regulations for the look and placement of 5G small cell towers in Baton Rouge...

DOTD announces contractor for first phase of I-10 widening

Kiewit/Boh, a joint venture of two contractors based in Georgia and New Orleans, respectively, has been selected as the contractor for phase one of...

Local investors buy former Topcor building on Industriplex 

A group of investors has closed on a 12,000-square-foot building on Industriplex Boulevard, near Exchequer Drive. 

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