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New Iberia is located in southern Louisiana, just 30 miles south of Lafayette. It was named "Nueva Iberia" by Spanish settlers in honor of the Iberian Peninsula, the peninsula where Spain is located. When the land was controlled by the French it was called "Nouvelle Iberie" and after the Louisiana Purchase, Americans called it "New Town." However, when the town was incorporated in 1847, perhaps as a way to preserve its history, the town was named New Iberia.

Population: 32623
Local Newspapers: The Daily Iberian
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints New Orleans Pelicans
Local Colleges: South Louisiana Community College

Zip Codes associated with new iberia, louisiana: 70518 70560 70563
Towns/Cities near new iberia, louisiana : Jeanerette Lydia Delcambre Loreauville St Martinville Broussard Youngsville

New Iberia News
Shot Street in New Iberia to undergo much needed face lift

A row of vacant and dilapidated homes will be removed in the coming weeks on Shot Street prompting a change the whole city is ready for. "Everybody wants them gone, everybody wants them out of here," says Stanley Gray a resident of Shot Street.

House committee sends bill to allow pharmacists to tell customers how much prescriptions cost

State Rep. Robert Johnson, D-Marksville; Andy Soileau, of Soileau's Pharmacy in New Iberia; and David Darce, of Thrifty Way Pharmacy in St. Martinville; testified Wednesday, March 21, 2018 for legislation that would allow pharmacists to inform their customers if the cash price for a prescription drug is less than insurance co-pay requirements. Pharmacists would be allowed to tell their customers how much prescriptions actually cost - and if the drugs could be found cheaper - under a bill that took its first legislative step Wednesday.

Harrah's expansion in New Orleans gets initial approval from House committee

A Louisiana House of Representatives committee moved forward two bills Wednesday that would extend Harrah's New Orleans gambling contract with the state by 30 years and allow more restaurants and entertainment options at the casino complex, including a new 340-room luxury hotel . Caesars Entertainment Corp. is seeking to make its Harrah's New Orleans site far more like the all-encompassing casinos in Las Vegas.

Clementine on Main reopens in New Iberia; sparks excitement for more development downtown

Clementine on Main, a beloved restaurant in New Iberia reopened today. New owners celebrated their grand opening with a ribbon cutting celebration this morning.

House panel begins work on budget amid 'fiscal cliff' uncertainty

In the House Appropriations committee, from left, Rep. Gary Carter Jr, D-New Orleans, asks a question, as Rep. Rick Edmonds, R-Baton Rouge, and Rep. Larry Bagley, R-Stonewall, watch, on HB29 which would establish the Louisiana Checkbook website to provide transparency of state fiscal information as the legislature convenes in special session to fix the budget deficit Tuesday Feb. 20, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La.

Acadiana's first marijuana pharmacy could open on Kaliste Saloom Road

LAFAYETTE, La. The only medical marijuana pharmacy currently planned for the Acadiana area could be located on Kaliste Saloom Road.

Legislature opens session with 'hangover'

Legislature opens session with 'hangover' Gov. Edwards: 'I do not want the roadblocks of the special session to hamper us' Check out this story on First Lady Donna Edwards tells USA Today Network why she is passionate about equal pay for women following an Equal Pay Summit Friday in Baton Rouge she hosted with Gov. John Bel Edwards. Gov. John Bel Edwards opened the 2018 Regular Legislative Session with a speech to representatives and senators in the House chamber.

Our Views: Save money on nursing care

Jeanne Abadie of The Advocacy Center, a New Orleans based group that advocates for the elderly and disabled, testifies Wednesday, May 10, 2017, in favor of HB152, which would reduce nursing home dependency by expanding opportunities for elderly and disabled people to use home and community-based services. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Tony Bacala, R-Prairieville, was involuntarily deferred, effectively killing it, after a vote in the House Health and Welfare Committee.

New Iberia Marching Men turning bayou country green

New Iberia's Irish Marching Men aren't turning the water in the civic center fountain into wine, but they are turning it green. About seven years ago, a group of New Iberia men-- some with Irish descent, others without-- decided to expand their city's St. Patrick's celebration from a mere day of libations to a more civic-minded celebration.

Stephanie Grace: Barras' strategy a sign that House leaders never took the special session seriously

Speaker of the House, Rep. Taylor Barras, R-New Iberia, speaks on the House floor Sunday during the Special Legislative Session. Speaker of the House, Rep. Taylor Barras, R-New Iberia, speaks on the House floor Sunday during the Special Legislative Session.

Firefighters battle fire at Fremin's Food and Furniture in New Iberia

"There are multiple agencies. Iberia fire district, Iberia city fire, we have several volunteer fire departments out here helping," says Major Wendell Raborn with the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office.


New Iberia Main Street has been nominated for the 3rd annual America's Main Street contest hosted by Independent We Stand. The contest began in February and will continue with chances to vote for a favorite Main Street continuing until April 22. The main street with the most votes will receive a $25,000 cash prize to help consumers, small business owners, and main street organizations continue to revitalize their communities.

Review: James Lee Burke's Robicheaux examines the many guises of salvation

There is no finer author today in the American South than James Lee Burke. He has done for the bayous of Louisiana what Faulkner did for backwoods Mississippi.

Credit rating agency raises concern about Louisiana gridlock

Rep. Lance Harris, R-Alexandria, left, and Rep. Alan Seabaugh, R-Shreveport, right, chat before the House convenes in a special session to address the state's fiscal crisis Monday, March 5, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. less Rep. Lance Harris, R-Alexandria, left, and Rep. Alan Seabaugh, R-Shreveport, right, chat before the House convenes in a special session to address the state's fiscal crisis Monday, March 5, 2018, in Baton ... more CORRECTS SOURCE TO AP INSTEAD OF THE ADVOCATE - Rep. Terry Landry, D-New Iberia, standing, speaks with Rep. Patricia Smith, D-Baton Rouge, on the House floor, on Monday, March 5, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La.

Southwest Louisiana Corrections Report: March 5

Lance Michael Narcisse, 30, New Iberia: Lighted lamps, possession of narcotics, possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of a legend drug without a prescription, flight from an officer, resisting an officer, prohibited acts.

Special Session 2018: Lawmakers call it quits, leaving budget mess unfixed

After two weeks at the state capitol, lawmakers are going home empty handed, with no fix for the state's budget shortfall. The governor called lawmakers into a special session to address the state's projected $1 billion fiscal cliff, caused by a penny of the state sales tax falling off the books starting July 1. But after days of delays and stalemates, lawmakers failed to pass anything to help clear up the budget gap.

New Iberia P.U.S.H. Coalition holds town hall meeting focusing on change

The New Iberia community is working together to make a difference when it comes to seeing a change in their city. P.U.S.H. Coalition hosted a town hall meeting for residents of the city to voice their opinions on the continuing violence in neighborhoods.

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