Mayor Cantrell Issues 2020 Year in Review

Mayor LaToya Cantrell recently marked the end of 2020 by highlighting the progress she says her administration has made during this unprecedented year of challenges. "The past year has brought us through unexpected and unprecedented challenges and devastating loss, but it has also brought us together and has allowed us...

City Officials Urge Caution This New Year’s as COVID Cases Rise

Bars in Orleans Parish must close indoor seating at 11 p.m. today after two consecutive weeks increasing positivity rate. Outdoor seating and curbside pick-up options remain available. City of New Orleans and local public safety officials are encouraging residents to exercise caution during New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day this year as COVID-19 continues...

Marc Morial Hosts Political Discussion with Local Political and Community Leaders on Thursday, Dec. 31

Marc H. Morial held “A Political Conversation On 2021 Politics and Beyond” today (Thursday, Dec. 31) at Neyow’s Palace. The panel brought political and community leaders together for a conversation about modern day politics and the impact that this pivotal election season has had on the country. It featured former...

The New Orleans Regional Black Chamber Names New Executive Director and 2021 Board of Directors

The New Orleans Regional Black Chamber of Commerce (NORBCC) officially announced that LaVerne Toombs has been named the new executive director. Toombs brings more than 20 years of experience in local and federal government, nonprofit, PR/marketing, fundraising, grant writing and business development.“I feel extremely blessed for the opportunity to serve...