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  • HANO’s Troubles Continue

    It will likely be three to four years before the troubled Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO) is returned to local control, according to federal housing officials, who report ongoing problems at the local agency.

  • GO Zone Deadline Extension Adopted bySenate

    The Senate unanimously approved an amendment to extend the placed-in-service deadline for workforce housing developments in the Gulf Opportunity (GO) Zone.

  • Seniors Find a New Home in New Orleans

    NEW ORLEANS—Volunteers of America (VOA) has thrown open the doors to The Terraces on Tulane, a 200-unit community for low-income seniors.

  • LHFA Announces Gulf Coast Aid

    The Louisiana Housing Finance Agency (LHFA) has released $500,000 for the new Gulf Coast Energy Crisis Assistance Program to provide emergency aid to families affected by the recent Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

  • Saints Coach Payton Leads Drywall Suit

  • Judge Slams Army Corps in Katrina Flooding

  • Team BeauSoleil" Brings Cajun Spice to Solar Decathlon Entry

  • The Big (Un)Easy

    NEW ORLEANS On Aug. 27, ceremonial shovels hit the dirt at Lafitte Street, as the redevelopment of the Lafitte public housing complex got under way.

  • Urban Finalists

    OAKLAND, CALIF.Young adults who have nowhere to go when they age out of the foster-care system have found a home at the Madison at 14th Street Apartments.

  • A Storm and a Study Raise Erosion Concerns