The West Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce hit a new record for business membership, according to Scott Gaudin, the chamber’s chair.
Photo by Quinn Welsch/The West Side Journal
Throughout American history, people have lived in all sorts of places, from military barracks and two‐story colonials to college dormitories and row houses. “House & Home,” a new exhibition at the West Baton Rouge Museum
Photo by Bonnie Suggs/The West Side Journal
Runners take off on the levee top in Port Allen during the Levee Challenge, on Saturday, Aug. 29.
Ava and Jacob Saucier were just 3 and 4 years old when they died alongside their grandfather Michael Saucier after a fire spread throughout their grandparent’s home in Pierre Part on Aug. 6, 2010. Their step grandmother, Mitzi Saucier, passed shortly after as a result of the fire.
About 8,000 identities of Louisianans who allegedly used the Ashley Madison dating site were published on a website called Pastebin. Among those identities are 37 names and addresses from West Baton Rouge Parish.