City Parish President Joey Durel held the first of 10 public meetings last night.
Durel says, the meetings are to hear public input about improving the city.
About forty residents filled the room last night, to voice their opinions on issues th
Ragin' Cajuns fans had a great weekend.
The team is now 2-0, for the first time since 1990.
The Cajuns upset Kansas State at home, 17-15, on a 48-yard field goal with 32 seconds left.
The team will head to Baton Rouge this weekend, to play
Two bars closed last week in Lafayette: Karma Nighclub and Marley's Sports Bar.
But today, one is back open.
Karma Nightclub on Jefferson St., will re-open after paying a large sum in overdue state and local taxes.
The other bar, Marley's, w
Construction is moving quickly in the acadiana area, causing parts of downtown to be closed off.
The former LBA building, which is now known as the Acadiana Center for the Arts, is expanding.
The renovation will include a 300 seat state of the
Friday marks the end of the first week of school for UL lfayette students.
Officials at the university say the first week of the fall semester has run smoothly.
No official enrollment count for the year has been released, but officials say the