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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
Phoenix on the Fuselier
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
Lake Charles among few metros seeing robust wage growth
Rêve buys The Lab in a not-at-all-hostile takeover
LEDA’s Northpark becomes state’s first LED-certified biz site
One Acadiana announces Acadiana Day
IEM gets $227M to manage Louisiana flood aid program
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
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
St. Landry Parish woman gets 57 months for theft
CODOFIL partners with LPB, Groupe Média TFO to launch French children's programming
April 27, 2016
CODOFIL helps broker international deal with LPB and Ontario-based Groupe Média TFO to bring French language children's programming to LPB2 for Francophones of all ages ...
Sudbury school comes to Acadiana
March 22, 2016
It’s unlike any other school, and it’s launching in the Lafayette area for the 2016-17 school year ...
UNBELIEVABLE: La. halts TOPS payments
Feb. 11, 2016
Thanks, Bobby ...
B.I. Moody College of Business hosts George Rodrigue art raffle
Jan. 28, 2016
The B.I. Moody III College of Business is hosting an art raffle with a George Rodrigue print as the grand prize in order to benefit its new student study lounge in F.G. Mouton Hall ...
Audit: Students owe SLCC $2.9 million
The Associated Press
Dec. 29, 2015
The Louisiana Legislative Auditor's report says failure to establish adequate collection procedures increases the risk that the accounts will become uncollectable ...
New Catholic school coming to Y-ville
Dec. 28, 2015
St. Paul Catholic School will locate on 15 acres in the Sable Palms subdivision, off of Hwy. 89 North ...
Study: TOPS students graduate at higher rates
Oct. 29, 2015
Awards from the program, which costs more than $280 million this year, continue to go disproportionately to white students and students from wealthier families ...
SLCC offering private eye course
Oct. 13, 2015
Community college’s CE department will train students to become licensed P.I.s beginning Nov. 6 ...
'College to Church' to bring job skills to minority young adults
Oct. 2, 2015
Community leaders are partnering to host a kick-off event for a new community initiative called College to Church that aims to increase college credentials to young minority adult males in the Lafayette area ...
Common Core in Louisiana: The war continues
Aug. 4, 2015
Polls consistently show most voters know little about Common Core, which is a comprehensive set of student learning standards in English and mathematics for kindergarten through 12th grade ...
Read the Flipping Paper!
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 ...