Across Acadiana, heavy rains caused several busy streets to flood. Firefighters were called early Wednesday morning to rescue a woman who said she was trapped in her car on Broadmoor Boulevard. Fortunately she was able to get out before they arrived. On Johnston Street in Lafayette a drive was stuck... more »
Construction on a major intersection in Lafayette is about to clear up, but does that mean the end of traffic headaches for drivers and business owners? Lafayette officials will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at the intersection of Johnston and Guilbeau and Camellia Monday morning at 11:00 a.m. to signify... more »
Tony Tramel, Director of Traffic & Transportation for Lafayette Consolidated Government has announced another change for those traveling on Guilbeau Road.
Drivers on Guilbeau Road in the right lane toward Johnston Street must now turn right. This change also provides for two right turn lanes for traffic movement toward... more »
Funeral arrangements have been made for Southside Bakery founder and owner Edith Leblanc Guilbeau, who died at the age of 93.
Visitation will take place at Delhomme Funeral Home on Saturday, beginning at noon and lasting until 9PM. A rosary will be said at 7PM on Saturday as well.... more »
There's been an unexpected increase in business for an industry that's always booming this time of year. With Mardi Gras less than two weeks away, its no surprise that king cakes are selling like hot cakes. This year, the purple, green and gold are taking a backseat to the black... more »
Beginning Thursday, December 3, 2009 at 8:00 a.m., LA 182, in St. Landry Parish, will be closed approximately .8 miles North of LA 3233 (Harry Guilbeau Road), for the removal of debris under the Bayou Tesson Bridge. The detour will consist of LA 3233 (Harry Guilbeau Road), I-49, and LA... more »
Coming soon to Lafayette is a new development called "Cafferytown." Its south of Dulles Drive and North of Gilbeau Rd. The 54 acres of land is called a traditional neighborhood new urbanist development. Zoning Coordinator Jim Parker said, "It has smaller lots, the urban part of the name refers more... more »