Shannon Shepherd-Zeringue had been a homeowner in Livingston Parish for about four months when 16 inches of water poured into her house, even though it sits high above her street.
The owner of Drago’s Seafood Restaurant said his real estate partners have purchased property near the intersection of Interstate 10 and College Drive and he plans to open a location at the site in the fall.
Crown Crafts Inc. in Gonzales reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of $1.4 million, or 14 cents per share, on net sales of $21.7 million, compared with net income of $1.2 million, or 12 cents per share, on net sales of $22.7 million for fourth-…
Officials with the Port of Greater Baton Rouge said they want to get “a good understanding” of the Port of Pointe Coupee now that a bill to merge the two entities has become law.
Baton Rouge-based TraceSecurity has introduced a free tool to help small and rural health care organizations determine how much risk they face for a data security breach.
Two men who bought lots in the Adelia at Old Goodwood development under construction off Goodwood Boulevard have filed suit against the developer, claiming he misrepresented the timetable for construction and how many home sites have been sold.
Facing a June 30 deadline to meet job levels required as part a state incentive package, IBM has hired apprentices for its Baton Rouge office as part of an overarching strategy to prime the pump of talent in the region, but would not say Tuesday w…
Baton Rouge’s long-awaited bike share program is set to launch at the end of June, an official with Gotcha told the Downtown Development District Commission Tuesday.
A partial shutdown and layoffs at the Georgia-Pacific paper mill is expected to hit the Zachary Community School District with an annual deficit running just under $1 million annually starting in 2021 that will be have to covered by surplus funds …
Conrad Shipyard, a subsidiary of publicly traded Conrad Industries in Morgan City, has filed a lawsuit claiming one of its customers on the West Coast hasn't paid full fare for two tug boats with a balance of nearly $18 million still due.
The owners of popular bar and grill The Chimes are seeking a rezoning to allow for alcohol sales at a nearby building and property at LSU’s North Gates that the owners acquired as a real estate investment.
CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) — The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline dropped 9 cents per gallon (3.8 liters) over the past three weeks, to $2.84.
Automobile rental businesses and insurers are grappling with the aftermath of Thursday's flash flooding that struck the Baton Rouge and Lafayette areas.
Applications for Louisiana retailers looking to sell recently legalized Cannabidiol (CBD) products will soon be available, the Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control (ATC) announced Friday.
Dreamleague Gaming, a Pasadena, California-based company that hosts competitive video gaming events, is opening a New Orleans operation that it expects to be the base for dozens of new shows around the South.
Golden Chick, a Texas-based chain that specializes in chicken tenders, is set to open its first Louisiana restaurant in Baton Rouge this fall.
Mestizo, a popular Mexican restaurant near the Acadian Thruway-Interstate 10 intersection, is closed until further notice after it flooded during Thursday’s heavy rainstorm.
Movie Tavern by Marcus said it will upgrade theaters at its Citiplace in Baton Rouge and Covington properties by the end of this summer.
Baton Rouge-based GraceHebert Architects has acquired Curtis Group Architects, a Dallas firm that specializes in the health care industry.
The Louisiana School Boards Association has purchased a downtown office building for $1.2 million and will move its operations there.
Developers Brian Dantin and Ross Bruce have purchased an office condominium park near Interstate 12 for $1.3 million with plans to make improvements to the property.
Super Insulation, a subsidiary of Baton Rouge-based manufacturer Lewco Specialty Products, is wrapping up expansion of its local operations to further commercialize textiles for industrial customers.
The nonprofit organization that operates University View Academy, an online charter school for Louisiana students in grades K-12, has purchased a 108-room hotel on Valley Creek Drive for $6 million with plans to turn the building into teaching space.
Houston-based Lacassine Operating Co. plans to build a $12.5 million catalyst blending plant in Lacassine, east of Lake Charles where it can serve refineries across south Louisiana and into Texas.
South Africa-based energy and chemical business Sasol Ltd. said Monday its ethylene oxide production plant in Lake Charles has achieved "beneficial" operations.
Cheniere Energy is investing $3 billion to expand its liquefied natural gas terminal with a sixth unit at Sabine Pass in Cameron Parish through its Cheniere Energy Partners subsidiary.
Reserve Communications and Computer Corp. has completed its acquisition of Eatel, a deal that unites two longtime south Louisiana telecommunications companies.
Louisiana's exporters are already coping with a full-blown trade war between the U.S. and China. But the Trump administration's latest tariff measures mean they now also face a looming threat of a trade fight with Mexico this summer.
Developer Donnie Jarreau has purchased two Sammy’s Grill restaurant properties for $7.4 million and will lease them back to owner Sammy Nagem.
Manard M. Lagasse Jr., a longtime attorney for Associated Grocers, has been named president and chief executive officer of the Baton Rouge-based company that provides services and distributes products to supermarkets.
Lamar Advertising Co. has appointed Jay Johnson as chief financial officer, succeeding Keith Istre who announced in January his plan to retire from Lamar on Dec. 31.
Work is expected to begin later this year on a $20 million rail project at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge that will make it easier to transport corn, grain, soybeans and other commodities when the Mississippi River is high.
Louisiana's restrictive new abortion law has put local businesses and the groups that try to attract investment to New Orleans on edge, raising fears about a backlash from companies, workers and visitors who may see the law as a major blemish when…
Aptim Maintenance LLC is eliminating 344 jobs stemming from the loss of a contract on a plant project that's been delayed in southwest Louisiana.
Hotels and restaurants are predicting brisk sales with the return of the Bayou Country Superfest to Tiger Stadium this weekend after a two-year absence spent in New Orleans.