On Tuesday, Oct. 12, at the Cajundome Convention Center, Dr. Loren Scott will give his annual predictions for how Acadiana’s economy is holding up and what's likely to happen here over the next two years.
Is having voted for John McCain in 2008 putting you at greater risk?
New funding models for external agencies along with a proposed purchase of the horse farm could face opposition.
Community Foundation of Acadiana has announced the administration of a grant cycle beginning Friday, Oct. 1 through the Pugh Family Fund
The Obama administration has just released Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus’s report entitled, America’s Gulf Coast: A Long-Term Recovery Plan After The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.
Joe Dennis, who served as board vice chairman of the Lafayette Housing Authority until he was dismissed by City-Parish President Joey Durel Aug. 16 in the wake of a critical audit of the LHA’s operations, has called a special meeting of the board. [Read more for an update on this story.]
The latest price tag is a whopper: $80 to $100 billion to prevent losing the lower third of the state by 2050.
Back up for discussion Tuesday before the Lafayette City-Parish Council is a $150,000 public works project that has become a source of discord between the Durel administration and a councilman, and Tuesday’s tone could be a precursor for Thursday’s budget finalization.
Citing a league source and ESPN, The Times-Picayune is reporting that the Saints are bringing in veteran kicker John Carney for a workout today.
LUS is probably the biggest bone of contention regarding the Lafayette Home Rule Charter.
The ordinance banning open containers on Jefferson Street and the McKinley and Surrey strips that failed on a 5-4 vote Tuesday could wind up back before the City-Parish Council in a couple of weeks.
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