Lafayette entrepreneurs find creative ways to get into the restaurant business on a dime.
Our public bodies would do themselves, and us, a favor by adopting the ABA’s ‘Modern Rules of Order.’
Ruth Ann Menutis is executing big plans for the city’s center.
If Lafayette doesn’t make critical public infrastructure and quality-of-life investments, we’re playing a losing hand for the future. You can bet on that.
There’s no shortage of lawyers in Lafayette — one for every 185 of the 225,000 residents living in the parish — and our attorney population shows no signs of slowing.