Santa Claus set out a little early this year, surprising children at a Monroe hospital this week.
Louisiana Delta Community College (LDCC) goal of building Louisiana’s workforce has been made easier because of the generosity of Entergy.
Toys, clothes, books, and even bikes were given to needy families on Thursday at the Salvation Army's Angel Tree distribution.
West Monroe residents eager for a Newk's restaurant can now breathe easy.
Five dispatch officers and three patrol officers were officially welcomed in a ceremony at the Monroe Public Safety Center on Wednesday.
More than 70 elementary school children in Monroe got a big shopping spree from The City of Monroe and Walmart Thursday
Entrepreneurs striving to develop and grow innovative business enterprises in 2015 are invited to participate in Louisiana Tech University’s I-20 Corridor Regional Accelerator initiative.
Just a friendly reminder that the University of Louisiana at Monroe will close for the holiday break beginning at 11:30 a.m., Friday, Dec. 19, and will reopen at 7:30 a.m., Monday, Jan. 5.
Pay it Forward Goes to the Dogs and the Cats.
A South Arkansas family received an early Christmas gift from their community.
Grambling State University officials are investigating a reported crash near the campus on West Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. that caused the death of one student and injured another.
The Monroe Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Council are recruiting new applicants for the 2015 Leadership Ouachita Class.
The Black Bayou Brass trio has been invited to perform at the Big XII Area Universities Trombone Conference, held on the campus of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.
Felicia Gatson-Johnson was having her morning coffee and reading the USA Today during a business trip to Lincoln, Neb., when she was moved by a story about an Angel Tree in need of help 750 miles away in Arkansas.
Legislative auditors showed in their audit that Monroe's final budget in the year ending April 30, 2014 was more than $14 million With a surplus of $135,000.
Celebrate the eve of the beginning of winter and the shortest day of the year. Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge makes a solstice craft, hosts a night walk, and wraps up with a bonfire and cocoa.
Christmas Tree Recycling will be held from December 26, 2014 until January 6, 2015.
All of the following City of Monroe offices will be CLOSED on the following dates.
In an effort to prevent a blood supply shortage, LifeShare Blood Centers reminds us of the blood products patients need that can only be provided by blood donors.
The Charmingdale Water System has issued a boil water advisory after a blow out on the main water line.