As homelessness rises, panhandlers have been caught up in a months-long police dragnet that critics say is ineffective and inhumane. Soon, the Louisiana Supreme Court will weigh whether it’s constitutional.
Readers want to see ARPA funds go toward keeping the city afloat (literally) and its residents housed.
Projecting historically big increases in sales tax revenue, he is championing a quarter billion dollar increase in the city’s five-year capital outlay plan, including $132 million of new debt.
These six honorees have made big waves in our community, taking on some of the defining issues of our time.
Language and access, not resistance, are big barriers to vaccines for Lafayette’s Latinos. ACLA’s solution is simple: knock on the door.
The lack of engagement might be forgivable if the proposal was amazing, but it’s not. We need to start over from scratch.
The bill fell two votes short of an override, with Lafayette’s delegation split along party lines.
LCG and the United Daughters of the Confederacy agreed to terms Thursday.
By memorializing queer social spaces of the past, artists Jacob Broussard and Emile Mausner have created a social space where generations of Acadiana’s LGBTQIA+ community can connect.
Surprising council members, the Guillory administration will introduce Tuesday a plan for spending $83 million in federal coronavirus aid.
7/6 Council Preview: City Parish Alignment committee; restoring funds for AcA and Festival International; appropriating parish ARPA funds
Here’s a selection of items on the agendas for this week’s meetings of the City and Parish councils.
Alicia Moten went into Accelerate Northside with an idea and came out with a business, Essence of Aja, that could build wealth and opportunity for her and her child.