Soon, the fragrant smell of magnolia blossoms and other spring flowers will be in the air. While that’s something we look forward to here in the Bayou State, it also comes with the potential for severe weather.
As temperatures fall, some customers may turn to fuel-burning heating sources to heat their homes. While the potential threat of carbon monoxide poisoning can happen year-round, increased awareness should be given to the potential for CO poisoning during the winter months.
Need help filing your taxes? Qualified Louisiana residents can receive free tax preparation help at Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites located throughout the state.
As part of the company’s efforts to support regional economic development across Louisiana, Entergy recently awarded $200,000 to Greater New Orleans, Inc.
How are linemen at a power company and linemen on a football team alike? They’re both responsible for powering through the lines – one to electrify the grid and the other to electrify the gridiron.
While you may be wearing a T-shirt on Saturday, you’ll need cold-weather gear by Sunday morning. Parts of Louisiana could see temperatures drop to the 20s overnight.
Do you know a family struggling to make ends meet – despite one or both parents working? Then you know ALICE, which stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed.
Eunice Harris, Entergy Louisiana customer service representative, has been with Entergy for almost 43 years. Learn more about how she lives and works safely to power life for customers on the Northshore.
Entergy recognized for continued investments in helping restore Louisiana's landscapes.