Star Service Inc. owner says Henry Mouton’s claim that he owned shares of an air conditioning and heating company is a lie.
Jackie Lyle reflects on the life of the late priest, a close friend to her and many others in Acadiana.
Developer Glenn Stewart's TIF has been pulled from consideration before the council.
Although we’ve yet to hear it on the radio, the Tea Party of Lafayette — a well-known opponent of the Parc Lafayette development on Kaliste Saloom Road — has produced a slick public service announcement urging the community to come out against the project.
You might get confused if you walked past a news stand and saw the business sections of the The Daily Advertiser and The Advocate side by side.
Ever wonder how bonds work or where the tax increment financing districts are in Lafayette Parish?
The state Department of Wildlife and Fisheries announced Thursday that the body of 39-year-old Mitch Jackson was recovered in the Vermilion River mid-morning.
The Jefferson Report takes a closer look at some of the personal communications that link former Wildlife and Fisheries Commissioner Henry Mouton to what it calls “Louisiana’s stinkiest landfill deal.”
Lawmakers are anxiously awaiting Gov. Bobby Jindal 's plan to address the state’s $1.6 billion shortfall in next year’s operating budget.
State business lobby’s annual issues breakfast weighs in on factors that could impact Louisiana’s economy.
The fast food chain recently began marketing tacos and burritos featuring “Pacific shrimp,” and it’s not sitting well with the good doctor.
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