The Federal Emergency Management Agency has published a guide on how to Build with Flood Damage Resistant Materials in an effort to protect your property from future flooding.
In the wake of last month’s historic flooding that left many residents and business owners across south Louisiana reeling, the Louisiana Small Business Rebirth Fund aims to extend a sense of rebirth to small business owners walking a long road to recovery.
In a new exhibit at the Pitot House, the Louisiana Landmarks Society takes a close look at the shared architectural ancestry of New Orleans and Havana.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has developed a brochure to help children cope with disaster.
Louisiana National Flood Insurance Program policyholders now have 120 days to file a proof-of-loss claim, doubling the standard 60 day period.
Single-family owner-occupied properties that were inundated with floodwater are eligible for up to $15,000 in damage remediation designed to return the home to a safe and habitable state.
All across the New Orleans area tonight, 25 percent of sales at participating restaurants will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank to help flood victims through the DineOut4LA program.
Education + Outreach director Suzanne Blaum took to the airwaves this weekend to chat with WDSU reporter Jennifer Crockett about the Great Neighborhood SELLabration, a free annual homebuyer fair that will take over the Corpus Christi-Epiphany Resource Center this Saturday morning.
Pictures of flooding in Denham Springs washed across screens nationwide in early August, but 60 percent of the town’s Main Street businesses are flood-free and open for business.
The Eagle Saloon has passed through a succession of owners through the years, falling into disrepair along the way. But now, a new group dedicated to breathing new life into the historic structure is making progress toward their goal.
Catherine Crowell of RTNO spearheaded the effort to partner with our Rebuilding Together Acadiana compatriots after the entire area surrounding the RT Acadiana offices was inundated with floodwater earlier this month.
Painting contractor Jason Bertoniere relies on techniques and products that allow him to replicate European master painters from hundreds of years ago.