Caroline Marcello, KLFY NEWS 10

Caroline Marcello


Lafayette, LA, United States

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Past articles by Caroline:

Moving Acadiana Forward: Downtown Rising

Festivals and concerts across Acadiana have been packed since we can gather together again. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Investment group pushing for Northside Lafayette development

Ravi Daggula, with the investment group Sterling hospitality, and Clare Cook with Basin Arts, are renovating a World War II-era chapel on the Northside of Lafayette. It will be the new home of Basin Arts, where Clare hopes to bring more creativity to the area, and Ravi hopes more people will invest. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: $4M investment in FlyGuys drone service provider

FlyGuys out of Lafayette is a drone service provider that collects four different types of drone data nationwide. The company recently secured a $4 million investment to expand. → Read More

Destination Louisiane: Festival International

Festival International is a celebration of music from around the world and our Francophone cultures in Acadiana. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Basin Arts renovating chapel on North side

Basin Arts identifies themselves as a container for creativity. → Read More

All For The Kids: Boys and Girls Club names McKinsey Nicholas of Abbeville as Youth of the Year

McKinsey Nicholas has been named the 2022 Youth of the Year for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Acadiana. To achieve the title of Youth of the Year on any level, Club members must embody the values of leadership and service, academic excellence, and healthy lifestyles. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Acadian Crossing

The former Garden Plaza Hotel on North East Evangeline Thruway is now Acadian Crossing. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Father’s Espresso

With over 60 vendors and 1000 visitors every week, the Lafayette Farmers Market is the perfect place to find local goods. → Read More

Coffee with Caroline: Fathers Espresso in Crowley

Today, Doug LeBlanc from Fathers Espresso in Crowley joined News 10’s Caroline Marcello in studio for a morning coffee. → Read More

Boys and Girls Club Friendraiser kicks off for 2022

KLFY is a proud friend of the Club, and we want you to join in the fun. Friendraiser is an eight-week raffle and fundraiser to support the seven clubs of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Acadiana, preparing them for their fun and exciting Summer Program → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Mardi Gras made its comeback

The Hub City saw a huge turn out for the return of the Carnival season. → Read More

Governor visits Lafayette’s Northside to celebrate community reinvestments

Gov. John Bel Edwards was in Lafayette this morning to celebrate reinvestment in the Hub City’s Northside community by attending a pair of ceremonies. → Read More

Pet Stop: Foster & Quinn at Angel Paws of New Iberia

NEW IBERIA, La. (KLFY) -- Foster and Quinn are looking for forever homes. These two boys were both strays before making their way to Angel Paws of New Iberia. → Read More

All for the Kids: Boys and Girls Club prepares Youth of the Year 2022

dwards joined Caroline Marcello on the couch to talk about this year’s program. → Read More

HUD sets asides $600M to help survivors of hurricanes Laura and Delta; first steps in progress

LOUISIANA (KLFY)–Money is almost on the way for survivors of hurricanes Laura and Delta. The Restore Louisiana survey has been posted and officials are asking those affected by the storms to fill it out, because thats the first step in getting financial relief. “We have to recover from these disasters but we have to recover […] → Read More

Galentine’s Day boxes, customized across Louisiana give female entrepreneurs a chance to connect

– Hannah Gumbo, a local artist, has found a way to celebrate friendship and women for Valentine’s Day through her Galentine’s Day boxes. → Read More

‘Do Good Project’ inspires a make over for busiest intersection in Lafayette

The Do Good Project is a program in Lafayette where 22 people are given $50 dollars to do as much good as can with the money. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Moncus Park, A Month Later

Moncus park has officially been open for about a month. News Ten spoke to officials about what is still under construction and how you can get involved volunteering at the park. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: Moncus Park

Christmas in the Park was Moncus Park’s first in a series of celebrations. The 12-day event brought 20,000 people in to the park. → Read More

Moving Acadiana Forward: La Femme Lingerie

A Lafayette native is the new owner of a River Ranch storefront that’s been open for 2 decades. → Read More