Supreme Court Justice: Do Ochsner employees ‘not have a choice’ to work elsewhere?
Nonprofits delivered a vision for making our community better. Now it’s your turn to grab the mic.
An influx of spending related to hurricane recovery and federal coronavirus stimulus is masking a still struggling economy.
Just 43% of UL Lafayette students have had at least their first shot. University vaccine requirements are easy to work around.
We’re proud to announce One Big Project, a platform for nonprofits to pitch transformative ideas.
Much of the spending in Guillory’s plan was of questionable eligibility, and the administration struggled to make the case for moving ahead now with so much uncertainty.
Readers want to see ARPA funds go toward keeping the city afloat (literally) and its residents housed.
Language and access, not resistance, are big barriers to vaccines for Lafayette’s Latinos. ACLA’s solution is simple: knock on the door.
Musicians face the prospect of another year of lost opportunities, revenue streams and their social and professional identities
Hospitals reported 478 Covid patients Friday, the lowest total since March 2020. Louisiana’s third surge has steadily abated since hospitalizations peaked in January at 2,069. Acadiana, which at one time led the state in Covid hospitalizations, counted just 51 in-patients. The region has not reported fewer than 44 Covid hospitalizations since the end of March […]
Launched as a pandemic pivot, Presto’s touchless medicine delivery service is expanding after an early run of success.
Despite growing supply, there are people who want vaccines and are struggling to get them.