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New Regs for Central Police

The Central City Council has passed and Mayor David Barrow is expected to sign an ordinance to create standards for hiring City of Central reserve police officers. The ordinance passed 7-0 but only after hours of negotiations between Central Police Chief Roger Corcoran, Councilwoman D’Ann Wells, and other members of the Council. The Lawrason Act, […]

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Fr. Mike Grand Marshal Of St. Patrick’s Parade

Fr. Mike Moroney of St. Alphonsus in Central is a genuine Irishman — not one of those would-be Irishman who parades around in green ­— and Baton Rouge honored the good father as Grand Marshal of this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade. As a young priest in Ireland, Fr. Mike was recruited by Bishop Sullivan […]

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Cookin’ Raises $54K

– Cookin’ in Central leader Louis DeJohn says this year’s festival, held March 22, was one of the top three in history. “It was great to see people smiling and enjoying themselves,” he said. Altogether, the annual event raised $54,000 for worthwhile causes in Central. “God played a big role and gave us great weather. […]

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Central Senior Headed to Air Force Academy

Central High senior Harlan Perez Jerro has been nominated for appointment to the U.S. Air Force Academy by Sen. John Kennedy. Harlan is president of the Central High student body and captain of the Central High football team. He is also a member of JROTC. Sen. Kennedy nominated Harlan because of his strong academic record […]

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Relief Pitcher’s HR Leads Central HS over Parkview

After being out with a broken finger for 17 weeks, Central pitcher Drew Lasseigne returned to the Wildcats’ lineup in a big way in their game against Parkview. Central freshman pitcher Jimmie Johnson was strong on the mound until the 5th inning when he gave up three runs, and Parkview took a 4-3 lead. With […]

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Dr. Joseph Cefalu Returns to Cardiology Practice in Central

For 15 years, Dr. Joseph Cefalu practiced cardiology in Central. However, the devastating flood of August 2016 caused the closure of his clinic on Greenwell Springs Road. Now Dr. Cefalu is back! His old and new patients will now have access to heart and vascular care closer to home with the opening of a new […]

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Register to Vote or Change Registration

TO REGISTER AND BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE AN APPLICANT MUST: 1) be a U.S. citizen; 2) be at least 17 years old (16 years old if registering to vote in person at the Registrar’s Office or with an application for a Louisiana driver’s license) but must be 18 years old before actually voting; 3) not […]

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New Investar Bank Opens on Sullivan

Investar Bank held grand opening ceremonies for its new Central branch on March 12. The new bank, located at 8759 Sullivan Road, now has 24 locations in the Greater Baton Rouge, New Orleans, and Acadiana, areas; Hammond, LA, and Houston, Dickerson, and Texas City, Texas. Local officials on hand included Central Mayor David Barrow, Councilman […]

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What’s Open in Central After 10 p.m.

Years ago when Johnny Carson hosted the Tonight Show on NBC-TV, the show was promoted as “The Late Night Place to Be!” It may be quite awhile before the City of Central earns such a title but there is much more to do late night in Central now than ever in the past. Restaurants The […]

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ExxonMobil and Central

By Woody Jenkins, Editor, Central City News Since the Standard Oil refinery began operations in Baton Rouge in 1909, residents of the Central community have played a major role in the work of the refinery. Some Central families, such as the Langlois, Nelson, and Bauer families, have been at the refinery from the beginning! — […]

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Central Softball Head-Slam Awakens Safety Concerns

The Central High softball team has a perfect 8-0 record and looks a lot like the Lady Wildcat team that won the State 5A Softball Championship in 2017. However, this week, talk about the team has centered on a spectacular injury suffered by star junior pitcher Mary Fralick. Mary pitched to a batter for French […]

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Central Spring Game May 16 at Istrouma

Central High head football Coach Sid Edwards and Istrouma High head football coach Jeremy Gradney have announced the two schools will meet for a spring game at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 16 at Tack Jackson Stadium at Istrouma High on Winbourne Avenue in Baton Rouge. The event will be an Istrouma Alumni Night, and […]

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Championship Banners to Be Raised at Istrouma Gym

Members of Istrouma High’s many State Championship football and other teams are being invited to return to the school May 16 for the unfurling of their team’s State Championship banners. The ceremony will take place during a banquet to be held at 3 p.m. that day in the Istrouma gym. Each athlete will be individually […]

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Jackson Park to Get $2 Million Upgrade

BREC has announced $2 million in improvements to Jackson Park, located on Sullivan Road just north of Hooper. Mayor David Barrow said, “BREC’s Jackson Park will be redeveloped as a Community Park with walking paths, exercise equipment, a new recreation building, paved parking, a new playground, basketball court, and more.” Some of the improvements will […]

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