Although the Zodiag Building does not have the components necessary to operate a restaurant, several of the new Pop Ups are offering food. How is this possible? “It was very apparent at our very first Pop Up how important food is because food really draws people; it creates foot traffic,” Swaine said.
Recent calls to citizens in our area aim to convince the person receiving the call that their loved one is either in jail, stranded in a foreign country or involved in some type of emergency and needs money transferred to them or put on a money card. The scammer may represent himself as a police officer.
The Shreveport Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) congratulates Downtown Development Authority (DDA) for its successful effort to get state approval to update the boundaries of the Downtown Commercial Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A lawsuit has been filed in Caddo District Court alleging that Shreveport Police Chief Willie Shaw and other high-ranking Shreveport Police Department officers knew about the incidents taking place at Fire Station No. 8 several weeks before the arrests of five firefighters.
TKG & Associates, an independent municipal advisory firm based in Houston, has been hired to provide financial advice and services as the city moves forward with the sale of $75 million in water and sewer bonds and $93.5 million related to the 2011 general bond issue.
Shreveport Green is bringing awareness to keeping Shreveport-Bossier beautiful and green with an amusing, interactive campaign designed to spread the word about respecting the community and others while encouraging residents to share experiences on social media and report areas where litter has been left.
The annual Centenary Book Bazaar does much more than give bibliophiles an opportunity to restock their bookshelves at home with new titles for later reading. Proceeds from the popular shopping event are used to fund campus projects not included in the regular college budget.