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School Board Begins Search To Fill Shoes Of Supt. Faulk

Central schools Supt. Mike Faulk last month announced his plan to retire Dec. 31, and this week the Central Community School Board began a search for his replacement. But in his office this week, Supt. Faulk showed no signs of slowing down. Instead, he was busy announcing the success of Central students in the latest […]

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Faulk Led Way to Excellence for Central

Central schools Supt. Mike Faulk, who built the Central Community School System brick by brick from the ground up, will resign his position December 31, 2017, to become the Executive Director of the Louisiana Association of School Superintendents. Faulk was the first person hired by the Central School Board in early 2007. Since then, he […]

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The State of the City

Central Mayor Jr. Shelton delivered his Annual State of the City of Central Report Tuesday on the 12th anniversary of the creation of the City of Central, July 11, 2005. The mayor reviewed the difficult year the city has experienced since the 1,000-year flood of August 2016 and the city’s efforts to help its citizens […]

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Pockets of Prosperity in Struggling City-Parish

Pockets of Prosperity in Struggling City-Parish

For years, there have been well-justified complaining that too much of our state budget is tied up in so-called dedicated funds. This is money locked up by the Louisiana Constitution or state statutes, which can only be used for certain specified purposes — not necessarily for what the greatest needs in the state may be. […]

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Central Has Own Independence Day

There is no citywide 4th of July celebration in Central, Instead, the city turns out for its own Independence Day — the celebration of its incorporating as a city on July 11, 2005. This year’s event will be held from 5 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, July 15 at Wildcat Stadium, corner Hooper and Sullivan […]

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Proposal Would Keep BR Zoo in NBR, While Adding 1,200 Acres for Recreation

The Board of Commissioners of BREC is preparing for its Aug. 24 meeting and a possible vote on whether to move the Baton Rouge Zoo out of North Baton Rouge to an unspecified location in South Baton Rouge. Meanwhile, the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge Parish representing small business owners across the parish […]

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Panel to Speak on Investigative Reporting

Panel to Speak on Investigative Reporting

Four Baton Rouge journalists will discuss the role of investigative reporter in Louisiana’s capital city at the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge Parish meeting. The meeting will be held at 12 noon Tuesday, July 25 at Café Américain, 7521 Jefferson Hwy. Top journalists Chris Nakamoto of WBRZ-TV, Andrea Gallo of The Advocate, and […]

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21 People Who Shaped Central

The Central City News has recognized 21 individuals who helped shape Central as we know it today. Leading the list is J.A. Smith, Central High principal who established standards of discipline and excellence that prevail today, principal Glen Gentry, and principal Ronnie Devall, who together guided the school and the community for 64 years. Among […]

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Battle of Baton Rouge Ceremonies Aug. 5

As part of the 1817-2017 Baton Rouge Bicentennial Celebration, the annual Commemoration of the Civil War Battle of Baton Rouge will be enriched with educational displays and special guests sharing Baton Rouge and Louisiana’s history, archaeology, cultural, and medical past. The free event will take place on Saturday, Aug. 5, at Magnolia Cemetery, 422 N. […]

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Did DOTD Worsen Flooding By Building Wall along I-12?

The Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development and 20 DOTD contractors who constructed the wall that runs down the middle of I-12 have been sued by four local governments in Livingston Parish and a host of individual citizens in Livingston and Tangipahoa parishes. The wall, which varies from five to seven feet in height, was […]

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