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About: kenner, louisiana

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
Kenner leaders optimistic about revitalizing Laketown area

Past efforts to develop the land have failed, but leaders say new negotiations could mean Kenner finally becomes a destination city. "Something that will make the lakefront what it should be, making Kenner that destination city we've talked about for a long time," said Zahn.

'LaPolitics:' SOS race shaping up, another candidate announces

Like he did during last year's special election for state treasurer, U.S. Sen. John Kennedy is picking sides in the special election for secretary of state-by endorsing no one in particular and critiquing one person specifically. At the same time, the developing race has picked up a second announced contender, Attorney General Public Protection Director ReneA© Free, who confirmed her candidacy to last week.

Alton Sterling's aunt, Keeven Robinson's sister attend protest for...

Several dozen people filled several rows of the Kenner City Council chambers for Thursday's council meeting, many of them wearing shirts bearing the name and image of Armond "Jairon" Brown as part of a protest. After a lengthy standoff Monday, a Kenner SWAT team member shot and killed a mentally ill man who police said was advancing at an officer with Among the protesters was Veda Washington-Abusaleh, the aunt of Alton Sterling, a man killed by police in Baton Rouge in July 2016, a death that set off massive protests and violence during a tumultuous summer.

Luling gymnastics coach Jonathan West now faces sex abuse allegations in St. Charles

A gymnastics coach facing a string of sexual abuse counts in Jefferson Parish now faces accusations in St. Charles Parish as well, authorities said Thursday. The St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office said that Jonathan West, 26, faces arrest on six felonies relating to sexual misconduct.

Kenner gymnastics teacher accused of sexual abuse has series of similar allegations

More details were revealed Tuesday about allegations of sexual abuse by 26-year-old Kenner gymnastics teacher Jonathan West, including numerous accounts of sexual interactions with six young boys over the last two years. Some of those alleged interactions included masturbating in front of the victims, showing pornography to a 10-year-old boy and asking for a photo of a 13-year-old boy's genitals through an Instagram message.

New details revealed about gymnastics coach's alleged child sex crimes

The Luling gymnastics coach accused of sexual crimes against children appeared in court for a bond hearing Tuesday morning and prosecutors say there are at least six juvenile victims in this case. They also revealed there could be more.

New sex abuse complaint against gymnastics coach filed in Kenner

Jonathan West, 26, of Kenner, is accused of sexually abusing four boys that he coached at a Luling gymnastic facility, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office. by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office and accused of sexually abusing four boys.

Water main break causes water outage in Kenner's Chateau Estates

Broken water main in Kenner on Monday has caused water to be shut off on several streets in Chateau Estates subdivision. in the Chateau Estates subdivision in Kenner after a water main in the area broke, according to Jefferson Parish officials.

'Slow and erratic' storms possible this week in the New Orleans area

Forecasters expect another hot week in New Orleans, though the possibility of showers and thunderstorms through Thursday could bring some relief. The National Weather Service's Slidell office forecasts a 60 percent chance of precipitation in the greater New Orleans area Tuesday and Wednesday.

Kenner police stumped in murder inquiry, seek public's help

David Lee Holmes, 55, died after being shot more than once in April. Police are seeking help in solving his murder.

Movies win in battle between public services and the big ( and small ...

After a heated debate over priorities given the state budget shortfall, a House committee on Friday decided to keep the cap on credits for movies, TV shows and commercials shot in the state at $180 million a year rather than cutting it to $90 million. The House Ways and Means Committee voted 8-4 to maintain the current subsidy even though some legislators suggested that the money should be used instead to stave off possible cuts in vital public services.

Luling gymnastics coach accused of sexually abusing 4 juvenile boys: JPSO

Jonathan West, 26, is accused of inappropriately touching four boys who trained with him at a Luling gymnastics studio. A 26-year-old Kenner man and Luling gymnastics coach has been accused of sexually abusing four boys over a two-year period, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office .

National Doughnut Day, June 1: See freebies you can get

Terrytown Cafe , voted by NOLA.com readers and a panel of our own judges in 2015 as best doughnuts in New Orleans, is giving away doughnut holes when you purchase a dozen doughnuts. The restaurant is at 2018 Carol Sue Ave., Terrytown.

Jefferson Parish seafood scam suspects had more victims, police say

Mastephon Taylor, left, and Jamal Crawford, of New Orleans, are accused of using several stolen credit cards to buy large amounts of seafood and other merchandise from Jefferson Parish businesses. with additional charges, accused of pulling the same scheme at a Kenner business, according to Lt.

The Food Show 05-30-18 4pm

Toms guests are Phylis Jordan talking about the Symphony Book Fair, Amanda McPhillin from the Historic New Orleans Collection and Chef Chris Montero of the Napoleon House and Cafe NOMA with new about the Pulp Fact celebration. You'll find info on that at HNOC.ORG 105 point three FM HD two Kenner and New Orleans.

Dan Fagan: When it comes to quashing Uber and Lyft, pro-taxi politics are 'driving' the discussion

With a National Wrestling Alliance belt hanging from his shoulder Luke Karrels, right, waits for an Uber with his friend Andy Laabs to pick them up front of the Sheraton Hotel on Canal street as they make their way over to the Convention Center to attend a WrestleMania event in New Orleans, La., Thursday, April 5, 2018. Karrels and Laabs drove 15 hours from their home in Janesville, Wisconsin because the heard Stone Cold Steve Austin would be signing autographs.

The old Cornerstone Homes on Claiborne Avenue has been demolished

The vacant and dilapidated Cornerstone Homes building on South Claiborne Avenue at Fourth Street has been demolished and the site is expected to be fully clear sometime in June. Future plans for the property appear to include new retail, though the details are unclear.

Kenner lakefront eyed for luxury condos, boardwalk

With Louisiana's floating casinos eyeing moves onto land, the Kenner lakefront is attracting new attention. Mayor Ben Zahn says he's been talking with owners of the Treasure Chest boat about moving ashore, and another gambling company says it wants to lease 16 Laketown acres for a "luxury condominium, boardwalk and possible future ... sports book" on the site.

John Bel Edwards vetoes ban on affordable housing requirements for developers

Gov. John Bel Edwards has vetoed a bill that would ban local officials from adopting inclusionary zoning policies that require developers to build affordable housing. Gov. John Bel Edwards has vetoed a bill that would ban local governments in Louisiana from adopting inclusionary zoning policies that require developers to include affordable housing in their projects.

Irish dancers from around the country compete in Kenner

Irish dancers from around the country competed Saturday in the second annual Magnolia State Feis at the Hilton New Orleans Airport hotel in Kenner.

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