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Business
Monday, May 23, 2016

Chattanooga developers to polish early 20th Century downtown gem

With its gleaming white-glazed terra cotta and white ceramic-glazed brick architectural detailing, 509 Market Street looks like the top of a threetier wedding cake. At 10 stories, it was the symbol of successful commerce and the tallest building in town when it was built in 1911.
Business
Monday, May 23, 2016

Mardi Gras Beverage Develops Following

Serio’s daughter and her husband, Jennifer and John Psalmonds, own the three Rotolo’s Pizzerias in Shreveport and Bossier. Several years ago, they added Popsy’s Bayou Tea to their menu and, to Serio’s delight, it just took off. He named it Popsy’s after the nickname Jennifer gave him when she was 3.
Business
Monday, May 23, 2016

Neglected corner downtown gets a makeover

Walking bustling Milam Street in the 1950s and ’60s was a feast for the senses. Selber Bros. department store was front and center on the shaded street where beautifully decorated storefronts faced a movie theater and popular Chinese restaurant.
Seniors
Monday, May 9, 2016
Dr. Cefalu often treats an annoying problem that increases in aging – frequent urination, which he said is usually caused by an enlarged prostate in men and an overactive bladder in women. After an individual evaluation, “medical management with a variety of medicines is the first step” in helping patients with bladder control issues.
Seniors
Monday, May 9, 2016

an important tool for good health as we age

Here’s a riddle: “What is shifting around, wearing out and turning slightly dingy?” It’s not that old pair of jeans you just can’t throw out – it’s your teeth as you grow older. But, take heart, people are keeping more of their teeth, and those teeth look better thanks to diligent care and implants.
Seniors
Monday, May 9, 2016

seniors and their families have housing, health-care options

O’Dell, 89, agreed to the move, provided she could bring her piano. When movers asked where she wanted it, she said, “Put it in front of the stove because I’m not going to cook anymore.” Since then, Nelva has had a change of heart – she loves her new living arrangements.
Business
Monday, April 25, 2016

TEG Architects firm has decades-long relationship with Willis-Knighton Health System

With $71,000,000 in construction resulting in 440,000 square feet of new construction last year and $14,000,000 in firm revenue, TEG Architects is recognized as one of the largest architectural firms in the United States specializing in health-care facilities.
Business
Monday, April 25, 2016

Shreveport company ensures Verizon Wireless users’ privacy, safety

When CyberReef Solutions needed operating capital, the 53 accredited investors that make up New Louisiana Angel Fund 1 signed on. NLAF1 worked with the 120-member New Orleans Angel Network, a group of investors that firm for Verizon Wireless that moved from Alabama to Shreveport late last year.
Business
Monday, March 28, 2016

Owner credits Pop Up program for restaurant location

Armand heard about the Pop Up Project created by the Downtown Development Authority, which allows local entrepreneurs the ability to test out their business for a few weeks. In November, Armand attended the event with 14 other businesses participating.
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Monday, March 28, 2016
On March 9, MarketWatch reported an increase in Generation Y/ Millennials buying homes in the suburbs as they seek stronger communities and more traditional housing.

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