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More than 30 vendors will set up shop at Festival to keep you well fed and hydrated.


In anticipation of many visitors in the near future, volunteers at the St. Landry Parish Veterans Memorial placed hundreds of engraved paving bricks on the Walk of Remembrance that leads to the monume...


Vicki Cormier, of Lafayette, sought treatment for a cold. Now, Cormier said, she has a $1,400 bill that she can't pay. She is employed, but without benefits and can't afford a plan through the Afforda...


The Lafayette Parish School Board will review its policy on choosing legal representation as it seeks a new general counsel.


Personal injury attorney Glenn J. Armentor of the Lafayette law firm Glenn J. Armentor Law Corp. has called for the resignation of 15th District Attorney Mike Harson in a detailed letter sent Monday t...


Lafayette Parish School Board members and candidates for the November election have mixed feelings about a bill that would change the board election cycle.


Mayor Joe Pitre issued a warning, bolstered by a bill under discussion in Baton Rouge, when Police Chief Ronelle Broussard used police fine revenue to justify a request for pay raises in his departmen...


The land proposal offered by the city of St. Martinville has been selected as the future site of the new South Louisiana Community College SLCC Evangeline Campus.


Lucille Hernandez shares her recipe for French Toasted Tuna Sandwiches


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