Sawbriar Brewery Coming to Lafayette
Apr 04, 2018 02:27PM ● By Savannah Ludwig
A new microbrewery is being constructed at 124 South Buchanan Street in downtown Lafayette.Read More »
UL Lafayette to offer earth and energy sciences doctoral program
Apr 04, 2018 02:23PM ● By Savannah Ludwig
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will offer a new doctoral program in fall 2019 that challenges students to examine both traditional and new energy sources.Read More »
LED Seeks Louisiana’s Top Manufacturers
Apr 04, 2018 02:21PM ● By Staff Writer
Nominations of Top manufacturers in Louisiana are now being accepted for 2018 Lantern Awards.Read More »
Toys "R" Us Liquidation Sale Starts
Apr 04, 2018 02:19PM ● By Staff Writer
As Toys “R” Us prepares to shutter its 735 locations in the U.S., employees at the Lafayette location are unsure when their doors will close.Read More »
Louisiana Transportation Infrastructure Receives $87M Boost from Union Pacific
Apr 04, 2018 02:17PM ● By Staff Writer
Louisiana’s transportation infrastructure will receive an $87 million boost from Union Pacific Railroad in 2018.Read More »
Ambassador Caffery Walmart unveils Pickup Tower for Online Orders
Apr 02, 2018 03:02PM ● By Staff Writer
Customers are now able to receive their online orders that have shipped to the store in less than a minute.Read More »
Breaux Bridge Officials seek to honor late councilman
Apr 02, 2018 01:05PM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
Breaux Bridge city officials are looking to honor late councilman Gary “Bimmie” Champagne, who died in early March following heart surgery.Read More »
Acadiana coding enthusiasts to work on solutions to opioid crisis
Apr 02, 2018 12:58PM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
Calling software developers of all ages: an event at The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is seeking inquisitive minds to create systems to address the U.S.’ opioid epidemic.Read More »
LCG seeks Public Input on University Ave. Corridor
Apr 02, 2018 12:57PM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
Those in attendance will be asked to vote on or rank the feature and design options as the study moves towards the next phase in finalizing a plan for the corridor.Read More »
LA: Minimum wage increase and equal pay legislation fails on Senate floor
Apr 02, 2018 11:46AM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
Louisiana: Minimum wage increase, pay secrecy and equal pay for women legislation all died on the Senate floor Tuesday night. The bills are a major part of Gov. John Bel Edwards agenda...Read More »
LUS Warns of Utility Billing Scam
Apr 02, 2018 11:30AM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
LUS is warning about scam phone calls being made to customers from people claiming to represent their utility company. The scam callers threaten to disconnect electric service unless...Read More »
UL Lafayette’s $5M solar farm near completion
Apr 02, 2018 11:16AM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is nearing completion of the state’s second-largest solar facility that will reduce the university’s energy consumption by up to 10 percent...Read More »
Waguespack: Give credit where credit is due
Apr 02, 2018 09:55AM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
Opinion - Stephen Waguespack: Lost in the countless stories--that dominate the State Capitol these days is some credit given to where credit is due. Some Republicans in the House broke...Read More »
Opinion: Spend it differently this time
Apr 02, 2018 09:31AM ● By Flint Zerangue, Sr.
Opinion - by Stephen Waguespack, LABI President: The 2018 crisis will be filled with plenty of drama, finger pointing and inflammatory rhetoric. Every (former, current and future) politician will say it is the other (former, current and future) politician’s fault for the deficits and lack of agreement on the appropriate mixture of taxes and cuts to fill it.Read More »