by Tyler Gamble
October 11, 2016
Topics: NOPJF, Partnerships
Chuck Wexler, the Executive Director of the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) will serve as the keynote speaker at the New Orleans Police & Justice Foundation's annual Stake Out for Justice luncheon today (Oct. 11).
October 10, 2016
Steven Zengel, a New Jersey cigar shop owner turned philanthropist, will be in New Orleans tonight as part of a cross-country ride to raise money for families of fallen law enforcement officers.
September 22, 2016
Topics: Community Policing, Partnerships
Tonight (Sept. 22), New Orleans Carnival Krewes are hosting a fundraiser for first responders as part of the annual Krewes for Karnival’s First Responders event.
by Ambria Washington
August 5, 2016
Categories: On the Beat
Business is booming for local McDonald’s franchise owner Louis Colin. He owns five restaurants in the New Orleans area and he’s gearing up to open a sixth.
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