Researchers and engineers generally agree that solving Lafayette’s flooding problem will take a comprehensive approach.
The president of the Lafayette NAACP chapter says racism is still reality. Pretending it doesn’t exist won’t fix it.
Only a few weeks in, and the new Parish Council is beginning to grapple with its budget woes.
Five sets of sales and hotel taxes were approved for new economic development districts in Lafayette’s urban core.
Historically people have tried to weaken the image of black men and women. Phebe Hayes wants to fix that.
Marcus Bruno, former Mayor-President Joel Robideaux’s embattled aide, has landed a job with the state’s division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control.
Both the city and parish council agendas are light this week. That makes plenty of room for lively debate on new taxes.
Lafayette’s conservative m-p on a range of topics, controversies and issues on the horizon.
The former councilman reflects on racism during the school integration era.
Efforts to save hundreds of thousands of dollars by consolidating IT departments could create risks that cost Lafayette millions of dollars. We need experienced leadership in place first before considering this proposal.
Mayor-President Josh Guillory says he will start a nationwide search for a new police chief in the next 30 days and confirmed for the first time plans to eliminate Deputy Chief Reggie Thomas’s position.
Mayor-President Josh Guillory intends to stick with interim directors at LUS and LUS Fiber for several more months while moving to combine their IT personnel with LCG’s IT department.