November 6, 2012

Help for hire inspires Houma entrepreneur

Lisa Brown delivers. She also picks up, shops, banks, files and waits while describing examples of the business she started and still has difficulty describing in […]
November 13, 2012

Expert knowledge, resources keep travelers going

Customarily, family businesses are established by a parent and built as the children become involved. In the case of Ambassador Travel, sisters Christine Katz and Jessilyn […]
November 20, 2012

Owner promises wide inventory of ‘useful stuff’

Anyone emerging from or driving toward the Houma Intracoastal Canal Tunnel, on the town’s east side, is certain to notice a lot filled with various storage […]
December 4, 2012

Community more than a word for funeral firm

Blatant segregation continued during almost three-quarters of the 20th century. The Supreme Court might have outlawed unequal opportunity among races in 1954, but for much of […]