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1 Recognition for Wheatbelt businesses
2 Birmingham Rep Theatre given £1.38 million from government to survive coronavirus crisis
3 Crucial £3.7m arts funding to keep Black Country attractions alive and kicking
4 Gary ISD releases first six weeks' honor roll lists
5 Ann Louise Miller McDonald
6 337 new lawyers admitted to practice in Indiana
7 'We will not stop fighting’: Charged with 1985 killing of 18-year-old Boston nurse’s aide, Thomas Rosa Jr. re
8 Elsie Jane Dyess
9 What's on TV Friday: 'American Masters'; World Series on Fox
10 Bartlesville, Dewey, WCS qualify runners for state
11 BAKER against RANKED CHOICE voting — CATHOLIC schools open IN-PERSON CLASSES — Travelers to CONNECTICUT should quarantine
12 Massachusetts real estate transactions for Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties — Oct. 26 edition
13 A Stroll Down Memory Lane | News | jacksonprogress-argus.com
14 Osage County Court Records October 19-23
15 What's on TV Wednesday: 'American Housewife' returns on ABC
16 Mansfield swimming memories from the seventies to the noughties
17 Valley Insurance Agency Alliance Members Win STAR Awards
18 Dorothy Fischer
19 Real Estate Transactions
20 Junior League Of Dallas Awards 40 Dallas ISD Educators Funding Through Annual Grants For Innovative Teaching Program
21 Dorothy Lousie Heiden Fischer | Obituaries | lexch.com
22 Metro-North's core riders have vanished, railroad wonders if they'll ever return
23 Valley Insurance Agency Alliance Members Win Travelers STAR Awards
24 Stephen Michael Patterson | thebaynet.com
25 Man wanted for contractor fraud; LPSO asks for public’s help
26 High school: Saturday's sports results
27 Suspect arrested after quadruple shooting in Baker
28 Arrest made after quadruple shooting in Baker leaves child hurt
29 Budget sweeps cause treasurer’s office to temporarily halt unclaimed property payouts
30 Lafayette Parish bars will reopen immediately
31 Livingston Parish announces trick-or-treating hours, but urges people to be cautious
32 Pedestrian struck, killed in hit and run near N Foster Drive
33 Sen. Bill Cassidy recovers from coronavirus
34 Zachary Fire Department earns Class 1 rating
35 Burbank dog park resuming normal hours
36 GBR Food Bank hosting free food giveaway at Cortana Mall Saturday, Aug. 8
37 Phone line to find Hurricane Laura evacuees in state-provided hotel rooms
38 Metro council to rehear Sterling settlement case after public comment overlooked
39 La. State Licensing Board of Contractors issues warning about fraud after Hurricane Laura
40 Man killed in wreck on I-10 in West Baton Rouge Parish; wife taken to hospital
41 AG’s Office announces more than 50 arrests connected to Paycheck Protection Program fraud
42 LSU students returning to campus for fall semester
43 OLOL requests federal help due to surge in COVID-19 cases
44 Man, woman from Alabama arrested on I-10 with more than 2 lbs of meth
45 CRIME STOPPERS: Livingston Parish man wanted for attempted murder
46 Berks County real estate transactions for Oct. 25
47 One suspect arrested after deadly shooting at apartment complex on Jefferson Hwy.
48 LSU plans to distribute one mask to every student, faculty and staff member in time for fall semester
49 Arrest made in fatal Plank Road double shooting
50 LSU says incoming student who posted video using racial slur will not be enrolled come fall
51 LSU announces changes for student tickets for this football season
52 LSU football season will open at 25% capacity in Tiger Stadium; no tailgating allowed during 2020 season
53 The Blood Center in BR, NOLA areas puts out call for blood for Denham football player who collapsed during pra
54 Black student leaders at LSU announce Middleton Library will be renamed, pending board approval
55 Missing teen out of Vernon Parish found after LSP issues alert
56 Main Street Recovery Program awards $19M in grants to small businesses in La. so far
57 Second shooting of the night reported in Baton Rouge
58 Police identify teen killed in shooting on Bles Avenue
59 Jewel J. Newman Community Center hosting Juneteenth celebration for clients
60 As federal unemployment benefits scheduled to come to an end, Urban League of Louisiana hosting virtual job fa
61 Temporary restraining order issued against Livingston Parish BBQ restaurant for not following mask mandate
62 Hammond man charged with rape, home invasion may be connected to other crimes
63 OLOL chosen as one of 51 sites nationwide to participate in convalescent plasma trial
64 BR Ballet Theatre’s annual holiday classic, The Nutcracker, canceled due to ongoing pandemic
65 Murder, arson suspect already jailed facing new charges for two other fires
66 Last day to suggest names for Lee High School
67 Dialogue on Race Louisiana partnering with Baton Rouge Gallery for benefit art auction addressing racial inequ
68 WANTED: Law enforcement looking for man allegedly involved in multiple recent shootings
69 American Idol Laine Hardy says he has recovered from COVID-19
70 La. AG says nursing home residents entitled to their stimulus checks
71 Iberville Parish Council votes to remove Confederate statue from in front of old courthouse
72 Arrest made after 2 men found dead in car on Avenue E in June
73 UL System plans to resume in-person classes at its 9 schools this fall
74 Man, woman arrested after reportedly being caught with slew of drugs, including MDMA, marijuana, pain killers
75 York councillors to vote on bid to trial Universal Basic Income
76 LDH announces new COVID-19 methodology to keep better track of testing, case counts
77 Baton Rouge non-profit asking for care package donations to send to Air Force members stationed in Kuwait
78 LSP investigation results in several insurance fraud arrests across multiple parishes
79 LSU announces changes to fall semester due to COVID-19
80 First reported case of dog testing positive for virus that causes COVID-19 recorded in Louisiana
81 Chocolate bar recalled for undeclared presence of milk
82 If Astrological Signs Were Southern: Are you a crawfish, gator, or cicada?
83 Teen accused of causing fiery fatal crash after ‘God told him to kill himself’ being sent back to mental facil
84 Registration now open for Spark Box summer initiative free activity kits for kids
85 Baton Rouge political action committee calls for resignation of school board member, Connie Bernard
86 Drive-thru school supply giveaway being held Saturday in Baton Rouge
87 La. attorney general calls for barbershops to be reopened
88 EBR Parish Library plans soft opening for River Center branch in downtown Baton Rouge
89 Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge announces plans for returning to school in fall
90 BREC closing Independence Park Recreation Center after two summer camp kids test positive for COVID-19
91 FOUND: Runaway teen last seen in Baker
92 3 facing federal arson charges after string of fires in Baton Rouge; suspects allegedly motivated by protests
93 Walmart now putting restrictions on some items, introducing senior shopping hour
94 Woman arrested after allegedly brandishing gun at people driving through flooded neighborhood
95 Congressman requests $100M in fisheries disaster assistance to be allocated to La. after record-setting openin
96 Waitr expands grocery delivery options in Baton Rouge
97 Ascension Public Schools asks for input on next school year as COVID-19 pandemic continues
98 Ochsner marks more than 10 days in a row ventilator-free for COVID-19 patients
99 Rescue Alliance hosting free pet food distribution event Saturday
100 Superior Grill now reopened for takeout only after brief closure due to employee testing positive for COVID-19