Lapalco Boulevard bridge over Harvey Canal to be closed this weekend The Lapalco Boulevard bridge over the Harevy Canal will be closed from 6 p.m. today until Monday morning to replace the span lock system, Jefferson Parish officials said. Eastbound motorists are asked to use Destrehan Avenue to detour to the Fourth Street ... 06/22/2012 - 9:11 am | View Link
Lapalco Boulevard bridge is closed after being struck by barge Jefferson Parish officials closed the Lapalco Boulevard bridge to car traffic indefinitely after a crane barge trying to leave the Harvey Canal slammed into one of the bridge's pilings early Tuesday. Commuters should take the West Bank Expressway or the ... 11/9/2009 - 11:00 am | View Link
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They had two flat screen TVs, an extensive reptile collection and a steady stream of welfare checks meant to help a blind teen with cerebral palsy. She had 23 rotten teeth, a dirty diaper and a bedroom the King County Sheriff's Office detective on the case described as the worst she'd seen during her career.
During his run for mayor, Bill de Blasio pledged to eradicate the Central Park horse-drawn carriage business. He called the industry inhumane, and proposed to replace the retired horses with electric-powered replicas of vintage cabs.
Gov. Cuomo received $188,333 from the first installment of his book advance last year, according to information on the governor’s 2013 tax return. The governor also paid $35,127 in legal fees related to the book.