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On the Move
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Robideaux Pursues Plans for a UL/Downtown Bus Loop
Lafayette Dealerships Flock to ‘Auto Row’
Crawling from the Wreckage
Port Activity Offsets Some Energy Losses
TEDx hits a sophomore stride
Between a ROD and a Hard Place
What Waitr’s Explosive Growth Means for Lafayette
Following the Third Circuit Money
Lyft On Its Way to Lafayette
MOST READ IN 2016
Survival of the Fittest
Business of Politics
From Sprint to Quagmire
Angele Davis confirms interest in treasurer’s job
For Scott Angelle, it’s complicated
CSI: Baton Rouge
THE BUSINESS OF POLITICS
Picard Group taps Alexander for D.C. office
Oil & Gas
People / Flashes
Metairie Marcello’s closes, Saltgrass steaks moving in
To Top It All Off
Report: Louisiana has second-worst economy in U.S.
Uber, Lyft regulation bill quietly suffocated in La. Senate committee
Acadiana’s Top 50 Private Companies: coming July 17
Lake Charles among few metros seeing robust wage growth
A Parish Divided
Half a Penny for Lafayette Parish Public Schools?
It’s a New Era at IND Media
Acadiana's Growing Tourism Portfolio
Stick a Fork In It
Acadiana’s Newfound Cred in the Entrepreneurial Realm
Former LPD ‘Serpico’ officer’s firing upheld
Lafayette attorney faces forgery charge
Local firm earns windfall off BP spill
Duson biz owner gets year in prison for tax evasion
Death by fritter? Local donut shop sued over fatal allergic reaction
‘Berry lawyers plead to welshing on taxes
UL Lafayette launches state’s first informatics master’s degree
June 6, 2017
The Louisiana Board of Regents approved the new graduate program in the School of Computing and Informatics during its May 22 meeting ...
Lenny Lemoine keynotes SLCC graduation
May 1, 2017
More than 400 students are candidates for May 11 graduation ...
Becton joins UL as business dean
April 25, 2017
Hire comes on the heels of $2.5 million gift from Lafayette businessman Mike Maraist, a 1971 graduate, to establish the Maraist Financial Services Lab ...
Schumacher makes $1.3 million match challenge for ‘Leader in Me’
March 29, 2017
Amount represents half of what is needed to ensure expansion into 90 percent or more of the public schools in Acadia, Lafayette, St. Martin and Vermilion parishes ...
C'est what? High-speed internet for schools nixed for lack of interest
The Associated Press
March 28, 2017
A plan to provide high-speed internet access to Louisiana's public school districts at no cost to them has died because local educators showed too little interest ...
Cox awarding $30K to regional schools
March 7, 2017
Teachers, librarians and principals are encouraged to submit multiple applications for various programs within their schools ...
UL’s College of Business honors its namesake
Feb. 7, 2017
B.I. Moody III’s more than $8.2 million in contributions recognized in connection with 15th anniversary of the renaming of the college ...
Edwards names attorney Blake David to Board of Regents
Dec. 29, 2016
Board is responsible for planning, coordinating, and budgeting for all public higher education in the state ...
Career Connections asking for local business participation
Dec. 21, 2016
On Jan. 25, high school students from across Acadiana will explore different career paths, visit with local companies and realize the importance of a good education at the 2017 Career Connections ...
LCTCS ponders post-growth strategy
Jeremy Alford, LaPolitics
Sept. 27, 2016
“How do we continue to close the skills gap and the educational attainment gap, which helps to solve two of our state’s biggest problems?” ...
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women who mean business
While the members of this diverse group of Acadiana women can’t all say they were firsts, each of them has contributed to our community in ways too countless to capture in 500-word profiles ...