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Metairie, Louisiana is a suburb of New Orleans. Located in Jefferson Parish, the city is located along the edge of Lake Pontchartrain. The city's name was derived from the French word for a tenant farm that paid the landlord with a share of the crop's harvest. This type of farming, known as sharecropping, was the major type of farming in the area from the 1760s up through the 1930s.

Population: 146136
Local Newspapers: City Business Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Zephyrs New Orleans Saints & Pelicans
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Zip Codes associated with metairie, louisiana: 70001 70002 70003 70005 70006
Towns/Cities near metairie, louisiana : Jefferson New Orleans Kenner River Ridge Harahan Bridge City

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Smoothie King headquarters leaving Louisiana for . Dallas

Kim told the publication his company was attracted to the Dallas area due to its central location, talent pool and access to high-quality vendors and suppliers. "Dallas offers the advantages of being a major food and beverage hub," Kim says in an statement to the Business Journal.

Steve Scalise will deliver LSU, LSU Law commencement addresses

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise rides a scooter as he arrives for the weekly House GOP conference meeting at the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Oct. 3. Scalise was released Saturday from a hospital after undergoing planned surgery. . "Rep. Scalise is a proud LSU alumnus and great supporter of the university.

Promo: #NOLA300 Dog Photo Gallery

NOLA City Bark A 4.6 acre permit dog park located in beautiful City Park. NOLA City Bark opened March 2018 and is New Orleans' first official off-leash dog park providing a safe gathering place for humans and their canine companions to exercise and meet people who share a common interest in animal welfare.

Louisiana House committee advances bill to call state constitutional convention in 2020

State Rep. Walt Leger, D-New Orleans, said there are major issues to be addressed when it comes to the funding of localities by state government. "We're talking about a complete potential revision of the way the government operates in the state," he said.

Do you remember G&E Courtyard Grill? A lost New Orleans restaurant

Mike Uddo , chef and owner of G&E Courtyard Grille, with Beryl Guidroz. his original co-chef at the restaurant, in 1990 shortly after the restaurant opened.

Louisiana judicial budget after chief justice addresses joint session of the Legislature

Louisiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Justice Bernette J. Johnson speaks during the disciplinary hearing for Judge James Best and Judge J. Robin Free, of the 18th Judicial District Court, in New Orleans, La. Tuesday, May 3, 2016.

Iconic New Orleans beignet shop to close location in suburb

A beignet and coffee shop that opened in New Orleans in 1870 is closing a location it has been at for more than 40 years. NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune reported Sunday that Morning Call will close its Metairie location by the end of the month.

Metairie caretaker stole jewelry, checks from patient's home: JPSO

Gina West was arrested and booked with 39 counts of theft, 17 counts of forgery and 17 counts of bank fraud. with 39 counts of theft, 17 counts of forgery and 17 counts of bank fraud, said Lt.

Bayou St. John warehouse fire destroyed 'more than just a furniture store,' owner says

No one was injured in Monday morning's three-alarm fire that destroyed a warehouse in the Bayou St. John neighborhood and sent dark smoke into the sky visible from Algiers Point to Metairie, the New Orleans Fire Department said. But an owner of one of the three retail businesses housed in the building near the corner of Toulouse Street and North Jefferson Davis Parkway said the damage to Canal Furniture Liquidators marked the loss of more than just a furniture store.

Fire burns through 'NOLA Til Ya Die' building

Flames lit up the ski for miles early this morning after fire tore through a building housing several businesses and church in New Orleans' Bayou St. John neighborhood. Listener Louis Angelo Barovechio Jr. was a block away, "The flames were shooting a good four or five stories high."

Louisiana legislators are earning big money from government agencies

"The notion that you can get public money and not report it in our flim-flammery of an ethics system is ridiculous" When the Louisiana Legislature isn't in session in Baton Rouge, state Sen. Danny Martiny spends his days in his small law office 80 miles away defending law enforcement agencies. In 2016, the Sheriff's Office and its insurance company paid Martiny's firm $836,266 for this work, according to public records.

Deputies: 3 men found in stolen SUV arrested in Louisiana

Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office spokesman Lt. Jason Rivarde tells The Times-Picayune 19-year-old Payton Jacobs, 20-year-old Gerald Jefferson Jr. and 19-year-old Joshua London were taken into custody Wednesday in Metairie.

Morning Call, iconic 24-hour beignet shop, to close in Metairie

The beloved 24-hour coffee and beignet outlet began in the French Quarter in 1870. It moved to a strip center on Severn Avenue in Metairie in 1974 and opened another location in City Park's Casino building in 2012.

My Draft Story: John Hill

Finalists selected at the end of the preliminary audition will advance to Finalist Training Camp. For more information visit here.

John Archibald's Pulitzer: how the 'wild west of new media' was won

John Archibald, long the voice of the aggrieved in Alabama, celebrates his 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary with his colleagues in the AL.com newsroom Monday, April 16, in Birmingham. , continuing news , general news , business , features and sports enterprise .

The red gravy runs deep at Nephew's Ristorante, and you might even know the uncle

Nephew's Ristorante in Metairie has a distinctive menu of Creole and Italian dishes including brisket and tomato salad, oysters Bienville, spaghetti with crab gravy. Chef Frank Catalanotto started working at his uncle Tony Angello's restaurant as a waiter and was executive chef for years before Tony Angello's Ristorante closed in late 2016.

Man charged in Metairie bank robbery

A man accused in this month's robbery of a First American Bank and Trust branch in Metairie has been indicted in federal court, according to U.S. Attorney Duane A. Evans' office. Stephen Scott, 31, was formally charged Friday with one count of bank robbery in the April 9 hold-up at the First American Bank branch at 1800 Veterans Boulevard.

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