Lafayette may stop alcohol sales at midnight on Mardi Gras day. Tell us what you think.
While things have been looking pessimistic for youth retention, young folks say they haven’t given up on Lafayette just yet.
Young folks don’t necessarily want to leave Lafayette. But they say it feels impossible to stay.
We asked readers to weigh in. Here’s what they had to say.
Looking back and looking ahead as 2021 winds down.
We’re proud to announce One Big Project, a platform for nonprofits to pitch transformative ideas.
It’s clear most locals think stormwater management is our most pressing need. But do you think we’re on the right track? Is Lafayette tackling rising waters the right way?
Readers want to see ARPA funds go toward keeping the city afloat (literally) and its residents housed.
Communities across the country are grappling with how to spend their piece of the American Recovery Plan Act. That’s where you come in.
Diversity, social vitality and opportunity are big themes. A vibrant community is a place people from all walks of life are attracted to and can thrive.
What does it mean to have a vibrant community? A cool downtown? Great parks and recreation? A strong business sector? Access to opportunity? All of the above?
Do you identify as LGBTQIA+? Tell us about your life in Lafayette.