Douglas County commissioners on Wednesday voted unanimously to allow staff to seek out professional design services for a project to waterproof and repair the basement of the historic county courthouse.
Kansas public schools without a mask mandate report COVID-19 illnesses at more than four times the rate of schools where a face covering is required.
Innovative students in grades six through 12 are invited to compete for big prizes in the 2021 Douglas County Youth Virtual Entrepreneurship Challenge.
Over the next month, Kansas Suicide Prevention HQ will hold “The Art of Hope,” an art showcase, to wrap with a live auction on Dec. 4.
Changes are coming to the way people get around town in Lawrence. City staff and steering committee members want to hear from the public about the future for pedestrians and transit riders.
Nearly everything on this week’s bestseller list is Kansas-related!
For the second year, members of the Just Us League — a group of local cosplayers — teamed up with the City of Lawrence to welcome trick-or-treaters to Broken Arrow Park for their Reverse Halloween Parade.
A Lawrence donation garden’s growers aim to end local food insecurity. They’ve shared 7,500 pounds of produce in Douglas County so far this year, and they need help planting fruit trees this weekend.