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School assessment grades are in, City Council approves new electric and gas rates, and an Algiers home belonging to Senator Troy Carter ..read more
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Entergy threatened to bring litigation against the city or try to change the profit rate again next year, which would cost customers an ..read more
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The exemption the company wants to transfer predates new rules calling for local input ..read more
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The majority of city schools earned a C or a D in the Louisiana Department of Education annual A-F letter grade ratings released Wednesday ..read more
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Sen. Troy Carter told The Lens that the fines were levied in error, and there were never any true violations on the house ..read more
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Last week, Mayor Cantrell sided with Entergy over the City Council, saying the company should be allowed to collect a greater profit from ..read more
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The state identified issues with the schools last year after monitoring them as part of a federal consent decree. They were placed on ..read more
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InspireNOLA takes over the charter for Pierre A. Capdau, controversy over the appraisal for a new oil terminal in Plaquemines Parish, and ..read more
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Coalition that includes the city among its members still supports lower rate of profit for utility, despite the mayor's recent support for ..read more
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Also at Thursday’s budget hearing, the Orleans Public Defender’s Office advocated for greater funding, saying their current budget isn ..read more

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