Two years after a local agency stepped in to fund necessary sewer capacity upgrades in Downtown Lafayette, another fix is needed and a new plan is in the works.
Lafayette struggles to attract and retain young people despite its advantages. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Here is a selection of items on the agendas for this week’s meetings of the City and Parish councils.
Mayor-President Josh Guillory is short-circuiting the site selection process in announcing a “tentative” deal with UL.
This week: a veto showdown that might be moot and another high stakes library board appointment
The betting favorite for where it will go is UL’s Research Park. That’s the path of least resistance, not the past of greatest impact.
Ready to take your love of Festival to the next level? Here’s how to support Festival International and give back to an event that gives so much to Lafayette.
Vigorous advocacy has paid off, with skaters finally getting another public skate park. And a new private development is underway, too.
After winning a gesture of acknowledgement, Lafayette’s LGBTQ+ community has a reason — and a safe space — to celebrate.
At the Vibrant Community Summit, presenter Quint Studer counted Lafayette’s blessings and warned against taking them for granted.
FEASTival is almost over. Here’s a sampling of our favorite gluttonous pile-ons.
Festival International is a celebration of global sound. FEASTival is a showcase of international tastes. Flavor is everywhere.