The Lafayette City-Parish Council will look into the operations of the consolidated government’s Public Works Department and Capitol Improvements beginning at 4 p.m. today in the council auditorium.
Pressure has come down on UL Lafayette to review the work Chris Williams has been doing at the university since he first secured a full-time job as a political science instructor in January 2008, thanks to former UL President Ray Authement.
State Senator Troy Hebert is calling for Louisiana to support Arizona’s controversial immigration law and to adopt similar legislation.
In an effort to help voters make an informed decision in the fast approaching October 2 election, the League of Women Voters of Lafayette is encouraging everyone to read the responses from all 13 school board candidates to a questionnaire covering some of the most pressing issues facing Lafayette schools.
Lafayette Housing Authority Executive Director Walter Guillory’s claim of a HUD requirement that one of the case managers it hired for the Disaster Housing Assistance Program hold a doctorate, as reported by The Daily Advertiser today, is quite surprising.
Baton Rouge daily The Advocate was the sole newspaper honored this week with the national Sunshine Award by The Society of Professional Journalists.
On August 4, Carol Browner, special adviser to the president for energy and climate change, appeared on NBC’s Today Show and CBS’s The Early Show to announce that 75 percent of the oil in the Gulf from the BP spill was gone.
Youngsville argues that a company doesn't have standing to file suit against an annexation.
The Lafayette Parish Public Education Stakeholders Council is hosting a series of forums for school board candidates from Sept. 7 - 9.
Chuck Anselmo Jr. and Chuck Anselmo III are the new owners of the Louisiana IceGators, and the father-son team is bringing the hockey franchise back to the Cajundome.
The $23-25 million project could commence soon, pending a Tuesday vote by the CPC.
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