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Located on the West Gulf Coastal Plain, the Vermilion River runs through its center. The city's economy was primarily based on agriculture until the 1940s, when the petroleum and natural gas industry became dominant. Lafayette is the center of the Cajun culture in Louisiana and the U.S. Lafayette has a strong tourism industry because of the Cajun and Creole cultures of the surrounding region.

Population: 113656
Local Newspapers: The Daily Advertiser
Local Sports Teams: University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Ragin' Cajuns)
Local Colleges: University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Zip Codes associated with lafayette, louisiana: 70501 70503 70506 70507 70508 70520 70529 70583
Towns/Cities near lafayette, louisiana : Breaux Bridge Carencro Scott Broussard Youngsville St Martinville Duson Opelousas

Lafayette News
Luxury apartment community for 55 and up to open by summer of 2018 in Lafayette

Locally owned development company ASX Properties, directed by Mistie Rice Babin, C.E.O., announced Tuesday that its new project, Parc Gardens, will have its first units ready for occupancy by summer of 2018. Parc Gardens will be Lafayette's first luxury apartment community designed for individuals 55 and over that are looking for easy, elevated living.

Analyzing Investar Holding Corporation

Investar Holding Corporation and Fox Chase Bancorp are both finance companies, but which is the better investment? We will contrast the two companies based on the strength of their analyst recommendations, earnings, institutional ownership, profitability, valuation, dividends and risk. Investar Holding Corporation has a beta of 0.36, meaning that its share price is 64% less volatile than the S&P 500.

As pipeline co. faces fines for wetlands damage, Bayou Bridge...

The Bayou Bridge Pipeline would impact about 454 acres of jurisdictional wetlands and 42 acres of other Waters of the U.S. Louisiana groups seeking a thorough, third-party examination of how the proposed Bayou Bridge pipeline will impact the environment are pointing to last weekend's two major oil accidents as proof of why the state should begin considering an alternative energy future. Anne Rolfes, a Lafayette native who leads Louisiana Bucket Brigade, an environmental advocacy group, said the accidents bring home a point she and other groups have been arguing in opposition to the proposed pipeline project across south Louisiana.

$1.5 million ethics fine against Lafayette businessman to be reduced

Lafayette businessman Greg Gachassin won't have to pay a record $1.5 million fine for violating the state ethics laws. Three judges with the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal last week ruled on seven errors Gachassin and his Cartesian Company alleged a state Ethics Adjudicatory Board made in the case that stems from events as far back as 2009.

Iberia Parish Council looks at regional flooding solutions

Regional drainage problems from Vermilion and Lafayette could mean changes for neighbors near Lake Peigneur. The Iberia Parish Council has discussed options to alleviate flooding across Acadiana and dredging has come up as a possibility.

#MeToo campaign raises awareness on sexual assault and harassment

There is a conversation across America, in light of accusations against Harvey Weinstein. Survivors of sexual harassment and abuse are sharing their stories online using the #MeToo."

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UL Lafayette will hold Science Day 2017 on Friday, November 3. The day begins at 7:30 a.m. and last until 12:30 p.m. The day, co-sponsored by Halliburton, invites high school juniors and seniors to experience what life is like as a science major at UL Lafayette. Activities will be located in the UL Lafayette Student Union and in some laboratories on campus.

Driver arrested in school bus crash

Savana Savely, 18, of Lafayette has been booked into LPCC with reckless operation, negligent injuring, texting while driving and no seat belt. She was the driver of a pick-up truck that slammed into a motorcycle and then a school bus on Friday near Mire Elementary.

US Navy Band to perform in Lafayette

The United States Navy Band is beginning their 2017 tour of the United States and has chosen Lafayette as one of their stops on their 17 city, six state tour. The U.S. Navy Band Commodores jazz ensemble will hold a performance in Lafayette on Monday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m. at Angelle Hall on UL Lafayette's campus.

Lafayette attorney agrees to two-month suspension

In the decision, which the attorney agreed to, Richard E. Smith of Lafayette will be suspended from the practice of law for 60 days. Smith and the Office of Disciplinary Counsel agreed that he "mishandled his client trust account and practiced law while ineligible to do so."

Supreme Court disbars Lafayette attorney

The state Supreme Court has disbarred Lafayette attorney Brian Paul Derouen, and ordered him to pay back a client from whom he's accused of stealing. Derouen was accused in July 2016 of taking a settlement of more than $19,000 on behalf of a client, but failing to distribute the money properly.

Waitr Delivers "Share Thanksgiving" Food Drive in Lafayette

Waitr will begin a new Thanksgiving food drive using its app to help feed the needy in the communities they serve. Beginning Monday, October 16, when anyone orders from their favorite restaurant using Waitr, they'll have the option to help feed a family in their own community with a donation.

LPAE to hold discussion on standardized testing tonight at the Lafayette Library's Main Branch

Lafayette Parish Association of Educators is holding a discussion tonight, October 16 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Lafayette Parish Library Main Branch in Downtown Lafayette to discuss the quality of education in public schools dealing specifically with standardized testing. The discussion is open to all students, parents, teachers, and administrators wanting to share their experiences and input on the quality and best practices of standardized testing in Lafayette.

Lafayette citizen honored for disability awareness

The Mayor-President's Awareness Committee for Citizens with Disabilities recognized community members who have improved the lives of those living with disabilities. Honorees were celebrated on October 11 at the tenth Annual Awards Ceremony held at the George Bowles Recreation Center at Pa Davis Park in Lafayette.

On the area arts and cultural scene

Tickets are on sale for Theatre Baton Rouge's annual production of "The Rocky Horror Show," opening Oct. 19, in the Studio Theatre 7155 Florida Blvd. Tickets also are on sale for Theatre Baton Rouge's Main Stage production, "Sister Act," opening Nov. 3. For tickets, call 924-6496 or visit theatrebr.org . The LSU Museum of Art in the Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., will host a reception at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, for "Broken Time: Sculpture by Martin Payton."

a Sibling prioritya a hot topic during Saturdaya s Schools of Choice meeting

LAFAYETTE, La. A packed room at the Lafayette Parish School Board Saturday, as the committee for Schools of Choice held a meeting on proposed changes they intend to pass to the full board next month.

Letter jacket accidentally donated to Goodwill in Lafayette / Sandra Priestley

A Lafayette mom is on a mission to find an irreplaceable high school memento that was accidentally donated to Goodwill. Sandra Priestley says she was going through her son's clothes, hoping to make a donation to Goodwill on Ambassador Caffery in Lafayette.

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