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Kenner, a suburb of New Orleans, is located in Jefferson Parish in Louisiana between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. It is home to Rivertown and Laketown. Rivertown is a historic district that features numerous museums, shops and cultural resources. The area features Rivertown Repertory Theatre, Kenner's Heritage Park, Kenner's Planetarium & Science Museum, and fine dining restaurants. Laketown is a park that is located where Williams Boulevard hits Lake Pontchartrain that highlights a boat launch, pier, pavilions, a jogging/biking path, a bait house, and a concession stand.

Population: 70517
Local Newspapers: City Business Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints (NFL) New Orleans Pelicans (NBA) New Orleans Zephyrs (PCBL)
Local Colleges: Herzing University New Orleans

Zip Codes associated with kenner, louisiana: 70062 70065 70087 70094 70123
Towns/Cities near kenner, louisiana : Metairie River Ridge Norco Luling Boutte New Orleans

Kenner News

With the Mississippi River at his back, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced a $600 million infrastructure plan that involves bonds that will help to fund a brand new I-10 interchange in Kenner for the new terminal at Louis Armstrong International Airport that remains under construction. "That is the Loyola interchange on I-10 to access the new billion dollar airport terminal that is being built there, and so we're going to finance that project as well through Garvees [bonds]," Edwards said.

A look back at the 20 rainiest years in New Orleans history

How did last year's total rainfall compare historically? We looked through National Weather Service data to find the 20 rainiest years on record for New Orleans. Here are the years that made the list, ranked from driest to rainiest.

For 2 big road projects, Jefferson Parish Council picks top-ranked engineers -- not top donors

The Jefferson Parish Council has picked engineers to design a new Lapalco Boulevard bridge over the Harvey Canal, as well as two other major projects in Harvey and Elmwood. The Jefferson Parish Council has picked engineers to design three big road projects in Elmwood and Harvey .

BRAC lauds plan to rebuild, widen 'worst traffic chokepoint' in Baton Rouge

A large swath of Interstate 10 between the Mississippi River Bridge and the I-10/I-12 split is set to be rebuilt and widened as part of a $600 million infrastructure package that will be announced today by Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration. The plan earned praise from the Baton Rouge Area Chamber, which this morning called the stretch of interstate the "worst traffic chokepoint" in the Capital Region.

Don't miss these events in the New Orleans area

The cast of 'Million Dollar Quartet' performs at Rivertown Theaters in Kenner. The musical features songs by Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and others.

Major transportation plan to be revealed, includes work near Mississippi River bridge in BR

Traffic heading eastbound on Interstate 10 between Acadian and College snarls as it passes beneath the Valley Street overpass during the lunch hour, Friday, August 5, 2016, after a wreck involving an overturned 18-wheeler shut down I-10 eastbound at Seigen Lane, diverting all traffic to surface streets after Essen Lane in Baton Rouge, La. Traffic heading eastbound on Interstate 10 between Acadian and College snarls as it passes beneath the Valley Street overpass during the lunch hour, Friday, August 5, 2016, after a wreck involving an overturned 18-wheeler shut down I-10 eastbound at Seigen Lane, diverting all traffic to surface streets after Essen Lane in Baton Rouge, La.

Work to start on $6.8 million 'temporary' New Orleans airport road

Work on a $6.8 million "temporary" road, one of two contracts designed to serve Louis Armstrong International Airport 's new passenger terminal, is about to begin. The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development said Tuesday it has told Barriere Construction Co.

Rep. Julie Stokes of Kenner: 'I am 100 percent cancer free'

State Rep. Julie Stokes, R-Kenner, said Friday she is running for Louisiana treasurer in the Oct. 14 special election. State Rep. Julie Stokes on Tuesday announced that she has beaten cancer after a five-month-long battle that brought to an end her hopes of becoming state treasurer.

Kenner man booked with rape of juvenile he met on Grindr, police say

Rashawn Beatty was booked with second-degree rape, carnal knowledge of a juvenile, pornography involving a juvenile and indecent behavior with a juvenile. with second-degree rape, carnal knowledge of a juvenile, pornography involving a juvenile and indecent behavior with a juvenile.

Woman booked with beating 71-year-old Kenner care center patient

Police arrested an employee at a Kenner elderly care center accused of beating a 71-year-old patient with a hairbrush, authorities said. Patricia McKee, 56, of the 1300 block of South Wilson Street in Metairie, was booked Friday with cruelty to the infirm, according to arrest reports.

Major upscale development to replace dilapidated Kenner theater: See the plans

The former Hollywood movie cinema at 1401 West Esplanade Avenue was recently sold to developers who plan to demolish the building and use the site for an apartment complex. The theater, which sits behind Esplanade Mall, has been closed since 2013.

Bike Easy is looking for some 'ambassadors' to advocate for cyclists and pedestrians

Transit advocacy group Bike Easy has put out a call for applications for its Complete Streets Ambassador program, which trains community members to advocate for cyclists, pedestrians and people who take public transit. The three-month, relatively low-commitment program accepts applications through Feb. 2. After taking part in a weekend training, Complete Streets Ambassador participants will spend about three hours each week working on neighborhood projects, telling their transportation story at community meetings and collaborating on Bike Easy initiatives.

Smiley: Survival in the Frozen Nawth

"It brings to mind a story about a student from Louisiana who had migrated to New York for further education and opportunities, and managed to deal with a Northern winter with two other Queens College students who together rented an unheated former synagogue to live in. "Here's where creative thinking came into play.

Celebrate New Orleans' tricentennial with 'Gone Pecans': Rivertown announces 2018-19 season

Rivertown Theaters for the Performing Arts, 325 Minor St., Kenner, announced its lineup of productions for the 2018-2019 season Saturday night at its annual party and fundraiser. And one of those productions honors New Orleans' tricentennial: "Gone Pecans!'' "Ya gotta be nuts to live in New Orleans, and here's the historical proof! Celebrate 300 nutty years of New Orleans with the creators of Ditzyland, Steel Poinsettias, and Hello Dawlin','' a Rivertown press release says.

Watershed campaign for Jefferson Parish sheriff set with three candidates

A field of three candidates was finalized Friday for the Jefferson sheriff election, likely a high-stakes donnybrook unlike any seen in the parish in more than two decades. The candidates are interim Sheriff Joe Lopinto III, retired Col.

Hollywood Cinemas in Kenner sold, demolition next to make way for apartments

Clay Companies of Baton Rouge has purchased the Hollywood Cinemas 9 building near The Esplanade mall in Kenner. It plans to tear it down to make room for a 256-unit apartment complex.

Kenner mayor, police chief due for fat pay raises

If re-elected this year, Kenner Mayor Ben Zahn will get a 53 percent pay raise. at 4:30 p.m.

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