Gov. John Bel Edwards presented his spending proposal to legislators this week
Sgt. Wayne Griffin, who has been on administrative leave since Oct. 21 amid an allegation of sexual harassment, was fired by the sitting commander of the department last week.
The numbers are grim. Lafayette has sustained two consecutive years of rising homicides and gun violence. There aren’t any easy answers, but here’s a quick roundup of approaches
Architect Stephen Ortego proposes variations on the I-49 Connector plan that he argues are more city-friendly — and cheaper, too.
As tensions flared between Lafayette’s two city court judges, Odinet and Saloom, the Louisiana Supreme Court stepped in and appointed a special judge to serve as tie-breaker over administrative matters of the court.
We asked readers to weigh in. Here’s what they had to say.
1/18 Council Preview: Local redistricting process begins; $1M for golf carts; higher littering penalties; and new regs for scooter companies
Here is a selection of items on the agendas for this week’s meetings of the City and Parish councils.
Lafayette has historically made public golf a top priority. Is that really a good idea?
The secretly executed cooperative endeavor agreement between LCG and a private businessman to provide security cameras for the city of Lafayette quietly died more than six months ago.
Vigorous advocacy has paid off, with skaters finally getting another public skate park. And a new private development is underway, too.
1/4 Council Preview: More ARPA funds for drainage and a new skate park; $1 million for new golf carts
Here is a selection of items on the agendas for this week’s meetings of the City and Parish Councils.
A majority of city residents feel like Lafayette is heading in the wrong direction. But non-city residents think we’re on the right track.