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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.
Local Newspapers: City Business Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Zephyrs New Orleans Saints & Pelicans
Zip Codes associated with metairie, louisiana:
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Towns/Cities near metairie, louisiana : Jefferson New Orleans Kenner River Ridge Harahan Bridge City
Use Toys R Us gift cards, store credits before April 15, state AG advises
If you've been holding on to a Toys R Us gift card or store credit, it's time to cash it in, advises Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry. The recently announced closures of the retail giant's U.S. stores, including six located in Louisiana, prompted Landry to issue a news release urging consumers to use any store credits or rewards before April 15. Toys R Us announced earlier this month that the company plans to liquidate and close all of its U.S. stores.Watch as Louisiana lawmakers butt heads during charter school debate
Tensions flared at a Senate education committee Thursday afternoon during a debate over a charter school bill when two lawmakers discussed whether Louisiana's education decisions are influenced by race. The argument took place between State Sen. Conrad Appel, R-Metairie, and state Rep. Joseph Bouie, D-New Orleans, who testified before the committee in support of Senate Bill 292 , authored by State Sen. Regina Barrow, D-Baton Rouge.Suspect arrested in Baton Rouge for Metairie bank robbery
The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office today announced the arrest of a 58-year-old Metairie man in Monday morning's robbery of Gulf Coast Bank and Trust at 1825 Veterans Blvd. Andrew McCray faces two counts of armed robbery. "McCray was identified as the suspect on Monday afternoon after the photographs of the suspect and suspect vehicle were released to local law enforcement," said sheriff's office spokesman Lt.Cold case arrest made in Metairie woman's 2013 shooting death in Mid-City
Jeremy Ricks was arrested Thursday, March 22, 2018, five years after New Orleans police say he fatally shot Karen Thomas and wounded a 31-year-old man in a double shooting in Mid-City that occurred March 10, 2013. He faces charges of second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder A 30-year-old man was arrested this week by New Orleans police on suspicion of murder and attempted murder in a 2013 cold case.Louisiana House eyes preschool education bills to improve kindergarten readiness
Shawn Reason, 4 and Katy Capps, 5 answers geography questions from Pre-K teacher Jaime Starks Winter at Harold Keller Elementary School in Metairie, Thursday April 21, 2011. to two measures aimed at improving the state's early childhood education system.Tom Benson's last will makes clear who was in, out of his inner circle late in his life
New Orleans Saints owners Tom and Gayle Benson visit the team bench before the Saints game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. New Orleans Saints owners Tom and Gayle Benson chat with general manager Mickey Loomis as the Saints continue training camp at the Sports Performance Center in Metairie, La.Fortunato accuses Lopinto of helping secure raises for Jefferson...
John Fortunato on Wednesday accused Jefferson Parish Sheriff Joe Lopinto of participating in a political "quid pro quo" during his time in the Legislature, with Lopinto and state Sen. Danny Martiny helping to secure raises for then-Sheriff Newell Normand even as Normand steered lucrative legal work their way. With the election three days away, Fortunato released records outlining what he called a "sweetheart deal" through which Martiny's law firm has earned millions of dollars from the Sheriff's Office while doing the agency's bidding in Baton Rouge.Editorial: Baton Rouge gridlock as a political cudgel? Enough. Enough.
Rep. Cameron Henry, R-Metairie, who chairs the House Appropriations Committee, said in a Facebook post this week that the Louisiana Department of Health is "cannibalizing" other agencies. If that's true, Henry should be able to identify specific cuts to state health services.Sitting pretty: Metairie teen competes as junior handler at Westminster Dog Show
Zoey Prado, 16, with her beagle, Ember, competed at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City as a Junior Showman. She is the only Junior Showman from Louisiana invited.Mike Yenni administration, inspector general still at odds in arts center investigation
A $190,344 contract for landscaping at the Jefferson Performing Arts Center in Metairie is the subject of a new investigative report that shows the inspector general's office remains at odds with Parish President Mike Yenni's administration. A new report from the Jefferson Parish inspector general 's office again demonstrates how it's at loggerheads with Parish President Mike Yenni 's administration.Fireman Mike Gowland takes over Pizza NOLA
Pizza NOLA founder Will Samuels announced "Fireman Mike" Gowland will take over the Lakeview pizza restaurant Pizza NOLA. Samuels had announced Feb. 26 that he was closing the business.Jefferson Parish students host forum for sheriff's race candidates
Jefferson Parish Sheriff candidates John Fortunato and interim Sheriff Joseph Lopinto took questions from some of their youngest constituents Monday during a forum run by students from 12 Jefferson Parish public schools. Billed as the first ever student-led candidate forum for the sheriff's race, an audience of 300 gathered for the event, a collaboration between The Jefferson Parish Public School System and The Jeremiah Group, a faith-based community organization.Commentary: Our endorsements in March 24 elections
Early voting for the March 24 primary in New Orleans and Jefferson Parish has already begun and will continue through Saturday, March 17. Turnout is projected to be low, even though some very important elections are on the ballot. Below are our endorsements in three of those elections - for Jefferson Parish sheriff, Kenner mayor and state representative in House District 93 in New Orleans.Here's how (and when) to swap Mardi Gras beads for free Krispy Kreme doughnuts
Starting March 19, Krispy Kreme in Metairie will be giving customers a dozen original glazed doughnuts in exchange for 12 pounds of beads brought into the store. The two-day, beads-for-doughnuts drive is in partnership with Arc of Greater New Orleans' Mardi Gras Recycle Center, a year-round operation that employs 80 people with intellectual disabilities, such as Down syndrome or cerebral palsy.Will it rain on the Metairie Road Irish parade today?
Do you feel lucky? Well, do you? If so, head on out to the Metairie Road Irish parade on Sunday , which starts at noon, without a raincoat or umbrella. But the National Weather Service thinks you might want to reconsider.Early morning I-10 crash in Metairie kills Kenner man
Christopher J. Thomas, 28, of Kenner was killed in a single-vehicle wreck early Saturday on Interstate 10 in Metairie , according to Louisiana State Police. The crash occurred about 4 a.m. Thomas was speeding east on I-10 in a 2005 Ford Mustang when he lost control of the car and veered into the cement guard rail on the right side of the interstate near at Bonnabel Boulevard.Claire's, a mall favorite of preteens, planning bankruptcy
Claire's Stores , the shopping mall fashion accessories chain where legions of preteens got their ears pierced, is preparing to file for bankruptcy in the coming weeks, according to people with knowledge of the plans. The company is closing in on a deal to pass control from Apollo Global Management to lenders including Elliott Capital Management and Monarch Alternative Capital, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter isn't public.
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