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OCTOBER 2017 ISSUE

 

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Citizens Present List of Sewerage & Water Board Demands to City

Concerns range from billing issues to privatization  The Sewerage & Water Board Fight Back Coalition held a press conference today (Wednesday, Nov. 15) on the second floor of City Hall at Mayor Landrieu’s office. The coalition is comprised of residents concerned about unusually high as well as those whose houses and cars were flooded in

NOEH Unveils McDonald & Canizaro Diabetes Center

Tribune Staff Dr. Takeisha Davis, president and CEO of New Orleans East Hospital, welcomed a crowd to the reveal and ribbon-cutting ceremony of NOEH’s new Diabetes Center on Tuesday (Nov. 14) afternoon. The new center embodies the hospital’s mission of “quality health care close to home,” says Davis. The event doubled as a naming dedication

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

It’s Your Life. Treat Your Diabetes Well. November is National Diabetes Month. And while there isn’t a cure yet for diabetes, a healthy lifestyle can reduce its impact on your life. What you do every day makes the difference: eating a healthy diet, being physically active, taking medicines if prescribed, and keeping health care appointments to

New Orleans Education Organizations Awarded Nearly $13 Million to Recruit & Train Teachers

By Morgan Lawrence The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a nearly $13 million grant to a group of New Orleans universities and non-profits to recruit, prepare, and develop nearly 900 highly-effective, culturally competent teachers from diverse backgrounds by 2020. The project establishes a unique and innovative partnership of teacher training programs, including two local
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