“For some time now, LUS Fiber has been bringing in more revenues than its costs to provide services.”
The Louisiana Secretary of State’s Elections Compliance Unit is warning state residents about what it’s characterizing as a fraudulent voter-registration website.
A closed meeting involving HUD officials and LHA’s new COO appears to indicate former City-Parish Councilman Chris Williams may actually have to prove his case for backpay.
As predicted, the state House District 44 race is becoming heated a month out from the Oct. 22 election.
Former Gov. Edwin Edwards will be in Lafayette on Thursday, Sept. 29 for a book signing at Trynd.
More people with advanced graduate degrees are leaving Louisiana.
The Cajun bike will offer an alternative to fighting the mad traffic and parking issues on and around campus.
The state Supreme Court followed the Third Circuit in dealing another blow to City-Parish President Joey Durel and the C-P council on their decision to remove Lafayette Housing Authority board members.
Pproponents of the plan argue that putting off these repairs, upgrades and school replacements will cost more the longer the parish waits.
“By the time I feed my family, I have maybe $400,000 left over.”
Former assistant Lafayette city attorney Lester Gauthier, in an opinion issued Saturday, says he believes the one-year extension of Lafayette Consolidated Government’s contract with RedFlex was improperly extended
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