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Cumulus Cares | COVID-19 Open for Business Directory

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We know, now more than ever, that you need to get your message out.  If you own a small business, work in a restaurant or know someone who needs our help….WE ARE HERE FOR YOU. Send us your information and we can help you share your story.  It’s a small way we can give back…More

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Rick Smith wins Covington City Council seat

Businessman Rick Smith took half the votes cast in a four-man race for the open-at large seat on the Covington City Council, avoiding an runoff.Smith defeated Jerry Coner, Steve Stokes and Grant Waters according to unofficial results. Smith will complete the term of Patrick McMath, who left the council when he was elected to the…More

Madisonville Mayor Jean Pelloat wins second term

Voters in the town of Madisonville chose to keep incumbent Jean Pelloat in the position. He easily defeated his only challenger, transmission shop owner Charlie Tucker, with 83% of the vote.This will be the second term for Pelloat, who first earned the town’s top elected post in 2016 after the retirement of longtime mayor Peter…More

Mandeville mayor to be decided in runoff

The next mayor of Mandeville will be determined in August, when two at-large City Council members will meet in a runoff. Neither Lauré Sica nor Clay Madden secured enough votes in Saturday’s primary, which had been postponed from April because of the coronavirus.The winner of the Aug. 15 general election will succeed Donald Villere, who…More

Governor announces new mask mandate, restrictions for bars

Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Saturday a mandatory mask requirement for Louisiana and ordered bars in the state closed to on-premises consumption, as the state experiences increasing spread of COVID-19. Gov. Edwards also limited indoor social gatherings like wedding receptions, class reunions and parties to 50 total people. With these additional restrictions, Louisiana remains in…More

More than 21,000 residents without power in Uptown, Central City

More than 21,000 people in Uptown and Central City are without power Saturday night. According to Entergy, power is expected to be restored by 10:30 p.m.Entergy said a serviceman is working to determine the cause of the outage at this time. Updates on power outages can be viewed on Entergy’s website here. READ MORE:More than…More

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