If you’re a coffee lover in West Baton Rouge, you are in luck. A new cafe is slated to open in Brusly.
An effort to keep the state wrestling tournament in South Louisiana fell on deaf ears Monday, June 1.
Brusly High wrestling coach Jimmy Bible isn’t very happy about it, either.
Dow announced on Wednesday, May 20, that it will commit $200,000 from the The Dow Chemical Company Foundation for the new West Baton Rouge Parish Dow STEM Academy.
A 27-acre tract of residential land in rural West Baton Rouge Parish continues to waver between residential and agricultural zoning as Allen Herring, of Port Allen, the West Baton Rouge Parish Council and eight residents who live near the property debate over its future.
Herring has reapplied for a rezoning request as of last week after he was originally denied the request by the Parish Council, 5-2-2 in March. Herring is using a 90-day reapplication window to try again.
DNA test results confirmed last week that Keavin Keith, a teacher from the Math Science and Arts Academy – West in Plaquemine, was the father of one of his former student’s children.
Keith, 30, who resides at 58060 Desobry St. in Plaquemine, was arrested late last week on 30 counts of sexual misconduct between an educator and a student, five counts of felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile and two counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile.