The biggest problem locally is mass power outages. Edwards said that while bringing everyone back online could take days, major transmission lines took little damage.
Students’ families should hear about next week by Sunday.
Parish Clerk, Secretary of State assessing conditions at New Orleans voting sites after Hurricane Zeta
November 3 Election Day is approaching quickly. A decision is expected to be made on any polling place relocations in the next few days.
The storm is expected to cause power outages in the city.
Wind, not rain, is expected to be the major threat during this fast-moving storm.
The storm is expected to make landfall Wednesday afternoon.
Zeta is the seventh system forecast to hit the region this year.
I was so busy telling myself how not racist I was that I wasn’t paying attention to my own behavior and recognizing myself in the discussions of racial bias in America.
It’s past time for the developers of the historic school building to step up, preserve and maintain it.
We need more community-based mental health services, not Phase III.
Militias are symptoms of a more profound problem: Many Americans can’t come to terms with the horrors and hypocrisy that seeded the foundations of this country.
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