“We look forward to building out the aviation services offered at Shreveport Regional and making this region our base of operations. Advanced Aero Services’ mission is to provide a strong foundation of safe, high-quality MRO services through solid process, innovation and motivated employees,” said Anderson.
Did you know that baby teeth are at risk for decay as soon they start to appear, which is usually around when a baby is six months old? It is just as important to take care of baby teeth as it is to take care of adult teeth because they can still develop cavities.
Wellness travel is a hot topic these days. What is it? The Wellness Tourism Association says it’s travel allowing one to maintain, enhance or kickstart a healthy lifestyle while supporting or increasing one’s sense of wellbeing. The definition encompasses any type of tourism where wellness is the primary purpose of a trip.
a traditional neighborhood development on Southern Loop in Shreveport, is being recognized with a 2019 Best in American Living™ Community Award (BALA) from the National Association of Home Builders® (NAHB). In its 36th year, BALA is the building industry’s premier residential design awards program.
The new building, named Redbrook at The Glen, will expand the community’s current amenities to feature walking paths, multiple purpose rooms, two different dining venues, bocce ball courts and a wellness center complete with a spa and salon, indoor...
In its ninth year of operation, 2019 was an abundant year for the Shreveport- Bossier Sports Commission (SBSC). The organization meticulously introduced and reintroduced successful sporting events to Caddo and Bossier Parish that spurred economic development.
The Junior League of Shreveport-Bossier will present the fourth annual 2020 King Cake Classic 5K, 10K and one-mile Kids’ Fun Run on Feb. 8. This event has been incredibly successful and fun each year and captures the local enthusiasm for Mardi Gras.
Elizabeth Schrader has her own way of honoring the woman who witnessed Jesus’ death and resurrection. Schrader is a Duke divinity doctoral candidate whose academic work centers on discovering who the real Mary Magdalene was. On Saturday, Jan. 4, from 10 a.