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About: metairie, louisiana

Metairie, Louisiana is a suburb of New Orleans. Located in Jefferson Parish, the city is located along the edge of Lake Pontchartrain. The city's name was derived from the French word for a tenant farm that paid the landlord with a share of the crop's harvest. This type of farming, known as sharecropping, was the major type of farming in the area from the 1760s up through the 1930s.

Population: 146136
Local Newspapers: City Business Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Zephyrs New Orleans Saints & Pelicans
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Zip Codes associated with metairie, louisiana: 70001 70002 70003 70005 70006
Towns/Cities near metairie, louisiana : Jefferson New Orleans Kenner River Ridge Harahan Bridge City

Metairie News
My Draft Story: Jim Dombrowski

Try-outs for the New Orleans Saints premier dance team will be held on Friday, April 20th at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center. For more details, visit here.

'It sounded like an explosion': 6 shocked by power line at Metairie hotel

Debbie Rogers had just arrived to open her Metairie store, Causeway Upscale Consignment and Design Center, around 9:45 a.m. Thursday when a loud boom echoed through the air. "It sounded like an explosion," said Rogers, who thought perhaps a vehicle had crashed on the busy Causeway Boulevard overpasses and roadways that run in front of her business.

Louisiana House debates budget with deep health care cuts

Louisiana House lawmakers Thursday were debating a $27 billion state operating budget for next year that would steeply reduce spending on health services for the poor, the elderly, and people with disabilities to account for the loss of expiring state taxes. House Republican leaders sought to rally support to reach the 53-vote threshold to send the spending plan to the Senate, but it was unclear if they could win enough votes, even in a majority-GOP chamber, because of the depth of the cuts proposed.

At least 1 taken to hospital after suffering electric shock at Metairie Hampton Inn

At least one person was being transported to a local hospital Thursday morning after suffering an electric shock at the Hampton Inn on North Causeway Boulevard in Metairie, according to Dave Tibbetts, chief of the East Bank Consolidated Fire Department. According to the hotel's website, the property is undergoing a "full property renovation."

For more than 100 years, his inventions have kept New Orleans dry

The Times-Picayune is marking the tricentennial of New Orleans with its ongoing 300 for 300 project, running through 2018 and highlighting 300 people who have made New Orleans New Orleans, featuring original artwork commissioned by NOLA.com The legacy : They called it "the Island of New Orleans," which wasn't technically true. But it fit, given that the city was hemmed in by the Mississippi River on one side, Lake Pontchartrain on another and swamps everywhere else, all of which limited the city's growth.

Our Views: A premature budget threatens colleges

House Appropriations Committee chairman Rep. Cameron Henry, R-Metairie, makes a point while asking a question on the amendments of Rep. Walt Leger, D-New Orleans, as the House Appropriations Committee takes up HB1, the budget bill, Monday April 16, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. After much discussion, Leger's amendments failed to pass 6-18.

The Food Show 04-18-18 3pm

Bum bum bum bum bum bum and a bump bump bump up. This is the smoky voice I have no idea why.

It's healthy to enjoy live music at a concert, according to a study, and could add years to your life

Get ready for some great live music coming to town. Jazz Fest this month. Later it's Maroon 5, the Eagles, Elton John, Justin Timberlake and many more.

Promo: Tricentennial Dog Parade - Know Before You Go

The New Orleans Tricentennial Dog Parade is coming up on April 22 and our tails are already wagging for all the fun activities planned. Read through the list below so you are prepared for a fun day in the park with the city's fellow dog owners.

Why one of the most successful businessmen in Nola is opposed to a new Harraha s deal

Joe Jaeger, the biggest single hotel owner in New Orleans, sit at his desk in Metairie on Thursday, April 12, 2018. Joe Jaeger, the biggest single hotel owner in New Orleans, sit at his desk in Metairie on Thursday, April 12, 2018.

Who boils the best crawfish in East Jefferson? Vote in our poll now

Last week, we asked you to nominate your favorite restaurant or market for boiled crawfish. This topic seems to get you fired up.

Our Views: Delicate dance of state, local officials

Mayor Mitch Landrieu, left, and Mayor-Elect LaToya Cantrell, right, greet each other before the Renwick Lecture, put on by Loyola University's Institute of Politics, at Loyola University in New Orleans, La., Thursday, April 5, 2018. Mayor Mitch Landrieu, left, and Mayor-Elect LaToya Cantrell, right, greet each other before the Renwick Lecture, put on by Loyola University's Institute of Politics, at Loyola University in New Orleans, La., Thursday, April 5, 2018.

Subway burglar accused of striking 3 Jefferson Parish restaurants

Jefferson Parish investigators are searching for a man suspected in a series of springtime burglaries at Subway eateries in Metairie and Old Jefferson. In each case, the burglar broke a window or glass door before stealing a cash-register drawer or the entire register, according to the Sheriff's Office.

Medical school leaders: Delay budget until special session

The leaders of Louisiana's medical schools urged state senators Tuesday to stall a budget proposal for next year, until lawmakers consider whether to pass taxes to fill a shortfall looming in July. G.E. Ghali and Larry Hollier, chancellors of the LSU Health Sciences Centers in Shreveport and New Orleans, said the deep cuts proposed in the House version of the budget for the financial year that begins July 1 would ravage graduate medical education.

First medical marijuana pharmacy in New Orleans area gets permit approved

The state Pharmacy Board on Tuesday selected New Orleans pharmacist Ruston Henry of H&W Drug store, Inc., to operate one of the first medical marijuana pharmacies in Louisiana. The decision followed several hours of testimony from five applicants vying for the permit for Region 1, which includes the New Orleans area.

Our Views: Don't limit cities' housing choices

Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome announced Tuesday that the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center was giving a $150,000 grant to the Housing First Alliance of the Capital City in hopes of building more affordable rentals in Baton Rouge. Nobody is happier than we are to see the boom in new construction of expensive apartments and condos both in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, where downtown building is transforming the landscape.

House panel studies surplus before voting on Louisiana construction projects

The House Ways and Means committee wants to reassess how surplus dollars will be used before voting on legislation that funds state construction projects. Democratic New Orleans Rep. Neil Abramson, who chairs the committee, postponed voting on House Bill 2, which authorizes spending for the state's construction projects.

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