Read Central City News for Nov. 7, 2013

Read Central City News for Nov. 7, 2013

• CH2MHill Yielded to Pressure from Watts’ Campaign Manager 

• Records Show Mayor’s Political Consultant Confered with CH2MHill on Political Flyer
• With Watts’ Campaign Manager and Political Consultant Calling the Shots, CH2MHill’s Marketing Department Worked to Produce a Political Flyer
• CH2MHill Withholds Nine Email Strings Despite Judgment Ordering Their Release
• The Mystery of Tommy Higgs
• Nov. 16 Election Includes School Bonds in Central, Justice of the Peace in SBR
• Arbour, Spencer in Runoff for Justice of the Peace
• Justice Scalia Kicks Off 1st Meeting of Baton Rouge Lawyers Chapter of Federalist Society
• Fall Festival Celebration at St. Alphonsus
• Spc. Dylan David Back from Afghanistan
• LSU J-School 100th Anniversary: Hall of Fame Inductees
• Fall Festival Fun at Zoar Baptist
• Central Celebrates ‘A’ School Rating with 4,000 People at Wildcat Stadium
• Vietnam War Hero Honored at Naval War Museum
• Italian-American Festival Charms Visitors
• Book: ‘Lives That Will Never Rust’ — Latest Work by Baton Rouge Author Danny Brown
• Central Clinches District 4-5A Title
• Central Mayor’s Race Underway
• What’s Happening in Baton Rouge Area
• Commentary: 40 Years After CC/73, Louisiana Constitution Still Shines Brightly, Though Delegates Fade

Read CENTRAL CITY NEWS for Nov. 7, 2013.

Click here for Central City News, Central’s Community Newspaper:

• Recent honors and awards: Central City News, 1st Place in Louisiana for General Excellence and 1st Place for Best News Coverage from Louisiana Press Association. Capital City News: 1st Place in Louisiana for Investigative Reporting and 1st Place for Best Front Page.

• Community Press, LLC Creates Your Specialty Publications. For information, call 225-921-1433.
• Central City News and Capital City News are now accepting newspaper inserts. For information, call 225-921-1433
• To place a display or classified ad, call 225-261-5055.

The Central City News is published monthly on the first Thursday of the month (except January when it is on the second Thursday). It strives to provide objective, award-winning coverage of news about Central. It is published at the same time as its sister publication, the Capital City News. All advertising is included in both papers. The combined circulation this week is over 20,000 copies with total readership estimated at over 45,000. We hope to build a stronger community and provide the information you need to make decisions as a citizen. Your ideas and suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Best email:



Visit our websites: (traditional website for Central City News), (archives of Central City News and Capital City News), (traditional website for Capital City News), (information about Central). On Facebook, “Like” Capital City News, Central City News, Capital Republican (Republican and conservative news in Baton Rouge area), Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge Parish, and Liberty Today (our national conservative news site).




Twitter Digg Delicious Stumbleupon Technorati Facebook Email

Comments are closed.