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Kenner, a suburb of New Orleans, is located in Jefferson Parish in Louisiana between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. It is home to Rivertown and Laketown. Rivertown is a historic district that features numerous museums, shops and cultural resources. The area features Rivertown Repertory Theatre, Kenner's Heritage Park, Kenner's Planetarium & Science Museum, and fine dining restaurants. Laketown is a park that is located where Williams Boulevard hits Lake Pontchartrain that highlights a boat launch, pier, pavilions, a jogging/biking path, a bait house, and a concession stand.

Population: 70517
Local Newspapers: City Business Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints (NFL) New Orleans Pelicans (NBA) New Orleans Zephyrs (PCBL)
Local Colleges: Herzing University New Orleans

Zip Codes associated with kenner, louisiana: 70062 70065 70087 70094 70123
Towns/Cities near kenner, louisiana : Metairie River Ridge Norco Luling Boutte New Orleans

Kenner News
Grace Notes: This fall's sleeper election could be in Jefferson Parish

This fall, most eyes will be on New Orleans' elections, including an open contest to become the city's next mayor and several hotly contested City Council contests. The region's sleeper race, though, could be a lone special election for Parish Council in next-door Jefferson Parish.

New St. Charles Rotary chief reaches out to past scholarship winners

It's a new club year for the Rotary Club of St. Charles, and a new leader at the helm. President Eric Dishongh is not new to the rotary, but he is new to the presidency.

No wheels? No problem, says ride-sharing service HyreCar, now launched in Louisiana

Passengers get into an Uber at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport in Kenner, La., Monday, June 5, 2017. Kenner City Council passed a ride-hailing ordinance last Thursday and took it back the fallowing Monday, which will allow Uber and Lyft to continue to pick up passengers from the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

Kenner announces acts for new 'Freedom Fest at the Lake' for Labor Day weekend

A new festival in Kenner's Laketown is designed to attract new business, residential development and tourists, city and parish officials said. They held a news conference Thursday to announce the musical lineup for the inaugural Freedom Fest at the Lake.

How more New Orleans-area neighborhoods got their names

There are dozens of neighborhood names in the New Orleans area, the boundaries of which fade into each other along official and unofficial demarcations. Last month, we unveiled the stories of how 14 of these names came into being , and now we expand that with 11 more stories.

Martiny, Impastato sign up for Jefferson Parish Council seat

Kenner Councilman Dominick Impastato, left, and State Sen. Danny Martiny signed up to run for the Jefferson Parish Council on Wednesday, July 12, 2017. Qualifying for the Oct. 14 election continues through Friday.

The Big Cheezy, a grilled-cheese restaurant, will close original Mid-City location

The Big Cheezy opened in 2015 near Broad Street and Tulane Avenue with a menu of fancy grilled cheese sandwiches like mozzarella with turkey and pesto or cheddar with tomato and fried eggs. The restaurant expanded quickly, adding locations in Uptown and Kenner.

#FightLikeJulie: Social media goes pink in support of Julie Stokes' breast cancer fight

Last week, state Rep. Julie Stokes, R-Kenner, announced she would not be running for state treasurer, as she had previously announced, due to a diagnosis of breast cancer.

#fightlikejulie takes over Twitter to support Rep. Julie Stokes

Louisiana state Rep. Julie Stokes, R-Kenner, folded her campaign for state treasurer after being diagnosed with breast cancer. So on the first day of qualifying for the Oct. 14 election, her friends took to Twitter with messages of support, all labeled #fightlikejulie.

Rep. Stokes bows out of Treasurer's Race to battle breast cancer

Kenner Representative Julie Stokes has bowed out of the State Treasurer's race because of cancer. Stokes announced she has been diagnosed with breast cancer and faces at least five months of chemotherapy.

Rep. Julie Stokes announces breast cancer diagnosis, will not run for state treasurer

State Rep. Julie Stokes, R-Kenner, who announced her intent to run for state treasurer earlier this year, has sent a letter to friends and supporters revealing she has been diagnosed with breast cancer and will not run. "My team of doctors has determined that I will begin at least 5 months of chemotherapy treatment," Stokes wrote.

Feds charge mentally ill man with damaging Social Security office in Kenner

Federal authorities on Monday charged Bobby Joseph Hammond, 38, with destruction of government property after alleging he caused more than $1,000 in damage by throwing a rock through a window of the U.S. Social Security Administration office in Kenner. Federal authorities on Monday charged Bobby Joseph Hammond, 38, with destruction of government property after alleging he caused more than $1,000 in damage by throwing a rock through a window of the U.S. Social Security Administration office in Kenner.

'Recall Yenni' campaign rebrands as 'Defeat Yenni,' targets Kenner Mayor Ben Zahn

Metairie attorney Robert Evans, who spearheaded the ultimately unsuccessful attempt to recall Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni earlier this year, is now launching a new movement he calls "Defeat Yenni," targeting those he sees as Yenni's political allies - specifically Kenner Mayor Ben Zahn. Evans has sent a letter to a selected list of registered voters in Jefferson Parish, asking for their support.

More art pieces coming to Kenner

Kenner residents driving in North Kenner may have noticed more of those public art pieces going up along the stretch of Power Blvd. Most of the art on the thoroughfare has been donated by real estate businessman Henry Shane and his wife Pat. Shane has even said he believes the sculptures have a positive effect.

Kenner and Mandeville churches welcome German students on culture exchange trip

We are different yet very much the same. That was the lesson a group of teens learned on their summer vacation during a cultural exchange event with German students.

Jefferson teen accused of raping girl, 15, at CBD hotel party

New Orleans police booked Justin Weatherspoon Jr., 17, with second-degree rape after a 15-year-old girl reported being sexually assaulted while at a party inside a St. Joseph Street hotel on June 17, 2017. New Orleans police booked Justin Weatherspoon Jr., 17, with second-degree rape after a 15-year-old girl reported being sexually assaulted while at a party inside a St. Joseph Street hotel on June 17, 2017.

Race for treasurer starts in earnest at ground zero

From left, Sen. Neil Riser, R-Columbia, Rep. Pat Smith, D-Baton Rouge, and Rep. Regina Barrow, D-Baton Rouge, listen to Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne as he presents Gov. John Bel Edwards' Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Executive Budget proposal to them and other members of the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 at the State Capitol. Former state Rep. John Schroder, R-Covington and candidate for state treasurer, speaks with retired state worker Peter Allain during the 4th of July parade in the Kenilworth neighborhood of Baton Rouge on Monday, July 3, 2017.

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