Republic Services will not collect residential garbage or recycling in Lafayette Parish on Thanksgiving Day. Residential customers who normally receive garbage or recycling collection on
The St. Martin Parish Council on Aging held its annual Thanksgiving luncheon today. More than 250 seniors were served breakfast, lunch and plenty of
To enter the contest, a student writes a personal letter to an author, living or deceased, explaining how the author’s book, poem, play, or speech changed the student’s view of the world or self.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District is hosting two public meetings to gather input on the feasibility study for hurricane protection and storm damage reduction for the South Central Coast of Louisiana.
The City of Youngsville is hosting a Flood Map Open House, Wednesday, November 7, 2018, at 6 pm at Southside High School cafeteria, located at 312 Almonaster Rd. in Youngsville.
With flu season starting, the Louisiana Department of Health is scheduling flu vaccination days in Abbeville on Nov. 7 and Opelousas on Nov. 8.
LAFAYETTE, La. – Al Berard Memorial Fund, a fund of Community Foundation of Acadiana, launched its annual fundraising campaign for 2018. There are a
BATON ROUGE – Many parishes are reporting damage after a cold front with severe thunderstorms moved across the state Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Initial assessment information is being sent to the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP).
Below is a list of trick or treat times throughout Acadiana. More dates will be added as communities make decisions on the dates and
By CHARLIE BIER UL Lafayette The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions is one step closer to offering
AT&T is holding an open house hiring event to fill 100 full-time call center representative positions, as a result, the company’s continued investment in Louisiana.
One person has been arrested and another is sought by Carencro Police after an armed robbery and shooting incident on September 29.
Lafayette’s citizens were amazed Saturday night when Saturday Night Live showed a sketch set at AOC Community Media in Lafayette. Silverbacks Improv Theatre began working on a “clapback” early Sunday morning. The filmed sketch completed by Silverbacks Improv, called “Liberal Lagniappe,” premiered today on AOC.
A Mexican national pleaded guilty last week to transporting nine illegal aliens in Calcasieu Parish, according to United States Attorney David C. Joseph.
ACT results for districts and schools were released today. The reports show five-year trend data for the district and schools and also consider student preparedness for college-level work.
Deputies with the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office need your help to locate these wanted fugitives:
The deadline to complete the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program survey is this Friday, Oct. 19, 2018.
By CHARLIE BIER UL Lafayette The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Alumni Association has honored a business executive, an educator and an attorney as
If you are in need of a passport, Saturday is your chance to get one. The Lafayette Main Post Office on Moss Street will be
Coaches often talk about building a program from scratch … making something from nothing … constructing from the ground up.
With increasing demand and pressure on healthcare budgets, progressive initiatives are being taken to make healthcare more patient-centered, reliable, accessible and affordable
Homecoming Week 2018 continues with activities that give students an outlet to display their talents, and their generosity.
Police are asking for help from the public in solving a homicide investigation.
The Bach Lunch Fall Concert series hit downtown Lafayette today for the first time this season.
LAFAYETTE, La. – Cal’s Western Store may be closed for good, but the store’s famous horse is getting a new home. It will be repainted and
The Louisiana Department of Health recently completed testing water at 12 elementary schools and found no heightened levels of lead in the drinking water, according to a press release from the Department.
The Humane Society of Louisiana is co-hosting a community on October 4 at the Bayou Vista Library, located at 1325 Bellview Street in Bayou Vista with Braylins Pet Haven, a local humane organization based in St. Mary Parish.
This morning, Judge David Smith swore the jury in for Brian Pope’s felony trial on perjury and malfeasance in office.
Rhythms on the River kickoffs off its fall concert series Thursday, September 27 at 5:30 pm with Strange Theories. Louisiana’s LeRoux will hit the stage