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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.

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

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Capitol Views: When tax bills hit the floor Thursday, will TOPS drive the debate?

The budget and tax hearings on the House side today didn't include any bills that directly address TOPS, though each of the bills discussed would have some impact on the popular tuition scholarship program. House members this evening will begin floor debate on a handful of sales tax bills designed to stem cuts to, among other things, TOPS and higher education.

Louisiana's last film developer keeps the tradition alive in Metairie

Now, it's the only store in Louisiana that still develops black and white film in what some consider "the old school way." "We're developing film by hand, in a dark room.

Legislature begins third special session of 2018 with one more shot at preventing cuts to state services

Rep. Walt Leger III, D-New Orleans, left, and House Speaker Taylor Barras, R-New Iberia, chat before Gov. John Bel Edwards addresses the joint session during the opening of this year's third Special Legislative Session to address the state budget Monday June 18, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. From left, House Fiscal Division Director Patrick Goldsmith, House Appropriations Committee Chairman Cameron Henry, R-Metairie, and House Speaker Taylor Barras, R-New Iberia, chat before Gov. John Bel Edwards addresses the joint session during the opening of this year's third Special Legislative Session to address the state budget Monday June 18, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La.

Political horizons: LABI head calls for Louisiana Legislature to 'put ...

It's been said Louisiana always lags a little bit behind. And a century-old poem by Irish nationalist W.B. Yeats proves a good example.

Convicted Luling murderer interrupts victim's brothers at sentencing, gets life plus 99 years

A Luling man recently convicted of murdering and robbing an electrician from Metairie repeatedly interrupted the victim's two younger brothers as they spoke at a sentencing hearing Thursday. In the end, Judge Lauren Lemmon of St. Charles Parish's 29th Judicial District Court sentenced Jerel Smith to life imprisonment - plus 99 years - for the slaying of 28-year-old Ryan Dubuc, prosecutors said in a statement.

Last call at City Park's Morning Call?

There will soon be a new name serving the beignets and cafe au lait in New Orleans City Park. Cafe du Monde has been awarded the contract to run a beignet parlor in the park's Casino Building, replacing its historic rival, Morning Call Coffee Stand.

Contract approved in Louisiana boulevard widening

A Louisiana parish council has ratified a contract for the preliminary design, surveys and traffic study necessary for a project to widen a boulevard from four to six lanes. News outlets report the Jefferson Parish Council ratified the contract with Metairie-based Design Engineering Inc. last week in the project to widen Causeway Boulevard.

Whataburger plans third Baton Rouge area location near Burbank Drive-Ben Hur intersection

Texas-based Whataburger has purchased a tract of land near the busy Burbank Drive-Ben Hur intersection in Baton Rouge for nearly $2 million. It would be the restaurant's third location in metro Baton Rouge.

Legislative forecast: mutually assured destruction?

State Rep. Cameron Henry, R-Metairie, right, talks with state Rep. John Bagneris, D-New Orleans, during Monday's debate on the Louisiana House floor. Here's a political riddle worthy of a Las Vegas morning line: Will Gov. John Bel Edwards' seventh special legislative session end with a solution to the state's "fiscal cliff" - or will we see another example of mutually assured destruction? History portends the latter, but it doesn't have to be that way.

HUD plans to raise rent on Baton Rouge poor by nearly 24%

Housing Secretary Ben Carson plans to raise rents for people receiving federal housing assistance. The move is touted as an incentive for these renters to find jobs, but it would put the poorest workers at an increased risk of homelessness because wages haven't kept pace with housing expenses, according to an analysis from Center on Budget and Policy Priorities given to In the Baton Rouge metro, the plan would increase public housing rents 23.9%, or $820 a year, and would affect 48% of the area's children.

JPSO searching for man wanted in connection to armed robbery

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating 26-year-old Denzel Williams of Metairie. Williams is wanted in connection with a robbery that happened in the 1400 block of South Myrtle Street in Metairie, according to Public Information Officer Jason Rivarde.

Convicted pedophiles can run for public office in Louisiana

The question arose earlier this week after a change to the voting rights law in Virginia made it possible for Should the measure by state Sen. Conrad Appel, R-Metairie, pass, a convicted felon would have to wait five years before becoming eligible for elected office. Appel originally sought to reestablish the 15-year cleansing period that had been state law until the state Supreme Court ruled it invalid two years ago.

Cafe du Monde to replace Morning Call in City Park beignet parlor

Cafe du Monde has been awarded the contract to run a beignet parlor in City Park's Casino Building, replacing rival beignet maker the Morning Call Coffee Stand. Morning Call had run the concession there since 2012, but the park put the contract for the business out to bid this year.

Berry holds three-shot lead at LGA Amateur Championship

Jeffrey Berry of Keithville fired a five-under par 67 on Thursday at Oakbourne Country Club in Lafayette, and he leads the 99th LGA Amateur Championship by three shots heading into Friday's second round. Berry will have to stave off an extremely talented field of former LGA Champions in order to maintain his lead.

Metairie has a millionaire! $1.79 million Lotto ticket sold

According to The Louisiana Lottery Corp. a lottery ticket worth $1,794,807 was sold at International Market on Barron Street in Metairie. JACKPOT!!! A $1,794,807 jackpot winning #Lotto ticket for last night's drawing sold at International Market on Barron Street in New Orleans! The winning numbers were 03-07-30-31-35-38.

Editorial: The nihilists in the Louisiana state legislature

State Rep. Cameron Henry, R-Metairie, right, talks with state Rep. John Bagneris, D-New Orleans, during Monday's debate on the Louisiana House floor. On June 4, the day the website WalletHub declared Louisiana to have the worst economy of all 50 states , the Republican-controlled Louisiana Legislature demonstrated that it's a big part of the problem.

James Gill: Hoopla aside, does anyone really trust New Orleans' new 'flood defense system?'

A rain gage in the 17th Street Canal at pump station 6 shows water at 3 feet at 10:27 a.m. in Metairie, La., Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017. Rain related to Harvey reached New Orleans but the city did not suffer any significant flooding.

Allegations of coercion swirl at pilotage commission meeting

The Louisiana Pilotage Fee Commission, which sets fees for river pilot services, declined Tuesday to officially refer allegations of attempted vote-swapping and coercion to authorities after they were debated in a commission meeting. The Louisiana Pilotage Fee Commission, which sets fees for river pilot services, declined Tuesday to officially refer allegations of attempted vote-swapping and coercion to authorities after they were debated in a commission meeting.

Severe thunderstorm, flash flood warnings issued for New Orleans metro area

The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning and a flash flood warning for the New Orleans metro area as a line of strong storms moves through the area. The severe thunderstorm warning is in effect until 3 p.m. and the flash flood warning until 4:45 p.m. At 1:50 p.m., forecasters with the National Weather Service were tracking a strong thunderstorm near St. Rose about 8 miles northwest of Metairie moving southeast at 15 mph.

Smiley: You can't always trust cookies

"After an impromptu Chinese lunch at my office, a friend was having her husband, a bit of a wordsmith, compose a letter for her so that she might save one of her accounts that was questioning why they actually needed her services. "Her husband was writing the letter in another part of the building, and as she left the room to check on him, she told me, 'Don't eat my fortune cookie, I'm coming back for it.'

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