West Baton Rouge received its fair share of weather woes last week when temperatures dipped to below-freezing conditions.
West Baton Rouge Parish President Riley “Pee Wee” Berthelot on Feb. 13 will ask the parish council to ratify his appointment for the first parish-wide fire chief.
According to Darrin Goss, President/CEO of Capital Area United Way, United Way is in the process of changing how they conduct business and are looking to become more than just a name – they want to be relevant in West Baton Rouge Parish.
Brusly Police Chief Jamie Whaley, 36, was arrested Thursday morning around 11:30 a.m. and charged with felony theft and malfeasance in office.
The West Baton Rouge School Board fought for the rights of parish school bus drivers during last Wednesday’s regular school board meeting, but not before tension and frustrations mounted among the board, the drivers and First Student, the busing company that the WBR School System contracts with.