On tap are reviews of Public Works and Capital Improvements.
Going into the Little League World Series, it was no secret that the Lafayette team could swing the bats with anyone in the 16-team field.
State Rep. Rickey Hardy, who defeated former Lafayette City-Parish Councilman Chris Williams for the District 44 seat in 2007, is seeking re-election.
Ex-EPA Agent Keith Phillips is accused of lying under oath to conceal an extra-marital affair that led to the wrongful prosecution of Hubert Vidrine.
UPDATE: Agave tables and chairs have been moved to Trynd, its sister restaurant and next-door neighbor. Agave's drink and food menu will be served at Trynd until the Mexican grill is reopened.
“Ridiculous.” That’s what longtime Lafayette Housing Authority attorney Daniel Stanford says of HUD’s decision to settle two former contractors' backpay lawsuits.
Assessor Conrad Comeaux was first elected assessor in 1999 and ran unopposed in 2003 and 2007.
A representative from The 100 Black Men of Greater Lafayette and the Lafayette Parish Public Education Stakeholders Council will join the school board in narrowing down the superintendent search to 10 applicants.
“It is now a dead issue, to be dealt with by others in the future.”
“Unlike most recent statewide races in Louisiana — where Democrats faced nearly insurmountable circumstances — the 2011 secretary of state’s race is quite winnable ...”
On tap are the departments of Parks & Recreation, Community Development, Administrative Services and Information Services.
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