Mayor Cantrell Names Col. Terry Ebbert as Director of Public Safety and Homeland Security

From a press release Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced on Thursday (June 7) the hiring of Col. Terry Ebbert, USMC Ret., as the City's new Director of Public Safety and Homeland Security. Col. Ebbert will oversee multiple public safety entities including the City's Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and the New Orleans...

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING: Local Women’s Organization Pens Open Letter to New Mayor In Support of Warren Riley

To:       Mayor Latoya Cantrell The officers and members of Women on the Move, Women Standing Up Organization enthusiastically exercise our rights of freedom of speech in support of Warren Riley to lead the City of New Orleans Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security. At this crucial point in New...

Mayor Elect LaToya Cantrell & Hot 8 Brass Band Featured at Algiers Luncheon

From a press release Mayor-Elect LaToya Cantrell will be the guest speaker at the sold-out Algiers Economic Development Foundation's luncheon Wednesday, Dec. 6. Cantrell will be a keynote speaker along with Board Chairman, Theodore C. Sanders III, and Luncheon Chairwoman, Tonia Moore. The event will also feature a performance by New...

Desiree Charbonnet Makes Bid for Mayor Official

Saying she wants to help move the city forward, former municipal court judge Desiree Charbonnet, became the third candidate to officially announce her candidacy for mayor at an event Monday (May 22) night. Charbonnet, who earlier this years said she planned to run for a seat on the Fourth Circuit Court...