Dec. 16, 2014 03:08
Sentences ranging from 3.5 years to almost 10 years were handed down to the six men charged in a synthetic marijuana sales and money laundering scheme operated through Curious Goods stores.
Dec. 16, 2014 12:56
One of the most common complaints from fresh college graduates around Louisiana who are eager to join the local workforce is that they only seem to find qualified jobs out of state, forcing many of them to leave the home they love for the sake of their career.
Dec. 15, 2014 01:58
Open Technology Institute says LUS Fiber’s home Internet is the Speedy Gonzales of the world.
Dec. 15, 2014 12:56
Just hours before this issue was going to press, Coldwell Banker Pelican Real Estate’s Steven Hebert delivered more upbeat news: “With some amazement, I can report that at some point last week, Lafayette Parish real estate sales surpassed last year’s annual record of $674 million."
Dec. 14, 2014 07:21
For the real estate market in Lafayette Parish, 2014 has proven a record-breaking year.
Dec. 11, 2014 11:24
Cox Communications is adding home security to the list of digital services it offers in Acadiana. The home security and automation product, dubbed Cox Homelife, offers a wide range of security and advanced smart home features designed to help customers manage their residences.“Customers trust Cox each day to connect them to the things they care about. For most people, home and family are a
Dec. 8, 2014 01:17
Coca-Cola Lafayette has recently secured the exclusive pouring rights to serve its products within the Cajundome for its numerous recreational and athletic events.
Nov. 25, 2014 02:53
State police say a 47-year-old Lafayette man, who collected more than $83,000 in disability benefits, is accused of operating two businesses out of his home at a time when he claimed he had no income. LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - State police say a 47-year-old Lafayette man, who collected more than $83,000 in disability benefits, is accused of operating two businesses out of his home at a time when he claimed he had no income. During their investigation, state police say it was discovered that 47-year-old Alan Jude Bernard also had committed tax fraud through the auto sales business. Troopers
Nov. 14, 2014 11:30
A new study analyzes the state of the Lake Charles region and the impact 19 industrial projects will have on residents. Officials in Lake Charles have known for some time now that big business was coming to their region, but a new impact study released at the end of October really hit home. Numbers like 22,000 new residents, 13,000 new jobs and a 45 percent increase in traffic congestion stand out, while residents voice their concerns about education, housing and quality of life. Funded by Sasol Ltd., the Southwest Louisiana Impact Study was conducted over the past nine months by Ba
Nov. 11, 2014 09:43
 Founder of Lafayette-based home health/hospice provider will receive ABiz‘s annual honor at a first-ever Entrepreneur of the Year Symposium Thursday, Dec. 18.

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