District 7 City-Parish Councilman Don Bertrand will make his re-election bid official on Wednesday.
The Terrytown Republican is winding down his final year as a state representative.
UL Lafayette’s Center for Louisiana Studies has a new boss.
The Vermilion Parish School Board has rescinded its July vote to endorse the incumbent in the Board of Elementary & Secondary Education District 7 election in October.
An academic/behavior coordinator is now available to schools that aren’t making the grade.
Thursday night, more than a dozen state lawmakers who serve on the Senate Environmental Quality or House Natural Resources and Environment committees will convene at the Sliman Theater in downtown New Iberia for a 6 p.m. public meeting to discuss concerns over the issuance of state natural gas permits.
The seat is being vacated by Rep. Bobby Badon, who announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election.
“My decision not to run is bittersweet.”
It's unclear what an early sentencing for admitted high-level drug dealer Eric Alexander would mean for Mike Wyatt, the owner of B&M Auto Sound and 4x4 who faces 10-plus years in prison for installing a few secret compartments in vehicles.
Following a cursory review of City-Parish President Joey Durel’s proposed 2011-2012 budget for Lafayette Consolidated Government Wednesday afternoon, the City-Parish Council will roll up its sleeves and begin a monthlong review and revision process.
Hmmm. District 3 City-Parish Councilman Brandon Shelvin is helping kids with the supplies they need for back to school?
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