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Places of Interest Around Lafayette, LA

There are tons of exciting things to see and do in Lafayette, LA. Below are eight favorites.  Sans Souci Fine Crafts Gallery The Sans Souci Fine Crafts Gallery features the work of the Louisiana Craft Guild, whose members include over 250 of the South’s finest artists. Southern Living Magazine voted

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What is PlanLafayette 2035?

Lafayette, Louisiana is one of the fastest-growing communities in the United States. It is expected to grow by an additional 40% by the year 2030. With the growth comes challenges including but not limited to flooding, traffic, and inadequate infrastructure and community services. PlanLafayette 2035 is the parish-wide vision for

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Famous People From Lafayette, LA

Many famous actors, musicians, athletes, and politicians are from Lafayette, Louisiana. Actors Angela Kinsey Angela Kinsey was born in Lafayette, LA in 1971. She is known for her role playing Angela Martin on the hit TV show “The Office.” She also had a role in “Your Famous or Mine” and

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A Profile of Lafayette, LA

Lafayette, Louisiana, nicknamed the Hub City, is located at the heart of Louisiana’s Cajun Country. The city’s locals are known for Les Bons Temps Rouler or letting good times roll, and the Wall Street Journal’s recently named Lafayette the “Happiest City in America.” Location Lafayette is located along the

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When Should You Sue After a Car Accident?

If you suffered a serious injury after a car accident, it is natural to want to take time to heal before seeking legal advice. Although focusing on recuperation is critical, you do not have the luxury of waiting too long before filing a personal injury lawsuit. That is due both

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Opioid Epidemic Revealed: 76 Billion Pills, 130 Deaths a Day

Two years ago, opioids accounted for two-thirds of the 70,237 drug overdose deaths in the United States. More than 130 people died from opioid abuse each day, according to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services data. Thirty-six percent of opioid deaths involved prescription drugs like buprenorphine, codeine, fentanyl, hydrocodone,

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