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18-year-old Celebrity to Perform at Manship Center

He’s only 18 but with amazing musical talent, a keen sense of American history, and the ability to step back in time and bring his audiences with him, James Linden Hogg is a speaker, singer, songwriter, and musician of the first order. Small business owners at the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge Parish […]

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40 Intercollegiate Games to Broadcast Worldwide from Baton Rouge in Spring 2019

Baton Rouge Community College Vice Chancellor Phil Smith says the BRCC sports program is loaded with talent and exciting play, great coaches, and excellent facilities, but not enough sports fans are aware of how good the BRCC Bears are. That will change in January 2019 when the college launches an ambiguous schedule of TV broadcasts […]

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50 Things You Should Know About Central, Especially if You Live Here!

Do you live, go to school, or work in Central? Do you have family here? Are you thinking of starting a business in Central? Or do you just want to understand more about the City of Central and its 28,000 people? Then here are 50 things you should know: ­—1— When did Europeans first explore […]

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Mayor-Elect David Barrow Outlines His Plans for Future

In an exclusive interview with the Central City News, Central Mayor-elect David Barrow said he believes the people of Central sent a clear message in recent elections. “We have a Master Plan, and people expect us to follow it as closely as possible. We have zoning ordinances, and they want us to follow those,” he […]

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President George Bush As I Knew Him

The news that President Bush died put a lump in my throat as I began to remember all the many kindnesses he bestowed on my wife Diane and me and our family. He was a true and faithful friend! One of my favorite times was our trip with President Bush to Honduras in 1998 to […]

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Clerk of Court Doug Welborn Discusses Work Of His Office, Cites Need for Commissioners

East Baton Rouge Parish Clerk of Court Doug Welborn explained the workings of his office before the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge Parish. The entire event was videoed and is available online by scanning the QR code below. Welborn reviewed how he inherited a troubled office 27 years ago with the previous clerk […]

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Chief Bill Porche: A Job Well Done!

On Wednesday, Central Mayor Jr. Shelton had high praise for Bill Porche, the long-time chief of the Central Fire Department. Porche announced his retirement December 5. Chief Porche joined the department as a volunteer in 1979, became a full-time firefighter in 1988, and has been chief since 1996. Mayor Shelton said, “Bill Porche is the […]

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Central High Homecoming Honors New Queen, Court

Central High principal Brandon LaGroue crowned Taliyah Joseph as the Wildcats’ 2018 Homecoming Queen during half-time ceremonies at the Belaire-Central game last Friday night. Last year’s Homecoming Queen, Katie McCaskill, presented roses to the new Queen. Katie is a freshman at Southeastern, majoring in social work. She also works in her church nursery and at […]

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Lane Opens Cancer Center

Lane Regional Medical Center and Mary Bird Perkins – Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center announced today a new partnership to provide enhanced care to Zachary-area patients requiring medical oncology services. The new partnership, effective September 4, includes medical oncology office visits and infusion therapy services, along with a host of other oncology support […]

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Jim Lloyd Served 8 Years On Central School Board

Eight years ago, a group of concerned citizens approached Jim Lloyd, president of Cornerstone Commerical Flooring, and asked him to consider running for the Central Community School Board. Lloyd answered the call and with the help of his No. 1 booster, his wife Gail, he was elected handily! For the past eight years, Jim Lloyd […]

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Dec. 8 Runoffs Completed Clean Sweep of City Offices

A completely new set of municipal officials will be sworn in at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 30, during ceremonies at Kristenwood, 14025 Greenwell Springs Road. Taking their oaths of office from Clerk of Court Doug Welborn will be Mayor-elect David Barrow, Police Chief-elect Roger Corcoran, and City Council members-elect Wade Evans, Dave Freneaux, Aaron […]

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Central Police Station Named for 1st Chief, Central Native James Douglas Browning

In its last official meeting, the current Central City Council voted unanimously to honor Central’s first police chief, Doug Browning, by designating Central’s new police building as the James Douglas Browning Police Headquarters. Councilman Wayne Messina said it was important to honor Chief Browning who served honorably and well from 2005 when Central became a […]

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Central Voters Elect New Mayor, Police Chief, Five New Council Members; Runoff Is Dec. 8

After a raucous election campaign filled with charges and countercharges, voters in the City of Central went to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 6 and defeated all incumbents on the ballot — Mayor Jr. Shelton, Police Chief James Salsbury, Mayor Pro-Tem Kim Fralick, and Council members Shane Evans, Wayne Messina, and John Vance. Council member […]

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Parish Road Plan Is Great for Central

I’ve been studying the Parish Road Plan to be voted on Dec. 8 for the last couple of weeks and worked out the numbers. The infrastructure improvements planned for the City of Central amount to $88 million. That includes $50 million to four-lane Hooper Road from Blackwater to Sullivan and $38 million to four-lane Wax […]

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Central Babies Learning to Survive Alone

Central babies and young children from six months to six years are learning to survive in the water even if they are somehow alone in an extreme emergency. It’s thanks to a course taught by Dari Stockton at Central Physical Therapy, 13111 Hooper Rd. Dari is a certified instructor for a national program, Infant Swimming […]

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Dr. John Roshto: New Dentist in Central

Dr. John Thomas Roshto has purchased Central Oaks Dental from Dr. David Prudhomme and is accepting new patients. Dr. Rosto is a native of Central. He graduated from Central Private School before moving on to LSU Baton Rouge where he met his wife, Sarah, and graduated with a bachelors of science degree. He then pursued […]

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