Chief Judge Felicia Toney Williams, of Tallulah, has been inducted Dec. 13 to the Second Court of Appeals in Shreveport. On Oct. 4, Williams became the first Black chief judge of the Second Circuit, which serves 20 parishes in North Louisiana. She has served four years on the Louisiaiana Judiciary Commission, and chair of the Louisiana Conference of Court of Appeal Judges. She was elected unapposed to a third, 10-year term. She is married to attorney Moses Junior Williams. She had three children Rhonda, Myra and Justin, and two grandchildren Christian and Camryn.
Stantec, a Baton Rouge engineering and design firm, recently extended a full-time internship opportunity to Elvis Richard Jr. Richard is a senior at Scotlandville Magnet High School and aspires to be an engineer. Richard was […]
Gov. John Bel Edwards announced his appointments to several Louisiana boards and commissions.They are: Louisiana Executive Board on Aging The Louisiana Executive Board on Aging is responsible for developing and implementing policies and procedures pertaining […]