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Amid ongoing hardships and financial struggles, Decade, the East Lawrence coffee shop and cafe, will soon close its doors permanently.
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Candidates for Lawrence City Commission on Thursday answered questions touching on issues that are key to many members of Downtown Lawrence Inc.
A new labor report revealed the current annual rate of degree and certificate completion at Kansas colleges and universities would be insufficient to meet anticipated growth in demand for young, educated workers.
A gathering on Thursday will celebrate the completion of a colorful new mural adorning a Lawrence restaurant and tienda mexicana.
Rachel Chang said she had only recently started engaging in the Lawrence music community and was not very familiar with the scene. But her demo wowed judges at the MixMaster Music Conference on Saturday.
The MixMaster Music Conference invites all people who are passionate about the music industry to come learn and make connections, regardless of their experience or lack thereof.
Lee and K Meisel, owners of Leeway Franks and Leeway Butcher, announced Wednesday plans to close the restaurant but expand the butcher shop.
An anonymous donor gave $50 million to the business school at the University of Kansas to support undergraduate students and faculty research, officials said Tuesday.
Fewer Kansas farmers are signing up to grow hemp each year, likely because of the diminishing demand for CBD oil. But hemp advocates say there are markets for hemp fiber and grains that could still be a boon for Kansas.
Blade & Timber Axe Throwing is back open for business in Lawrence, now with six throwing lanes housed in a new downtown location.
Eight months after purchasing longtime Lawrence printing company Allen Press, its new owner announced Tuesday that it is closing the facility at the end of October.
Joy resonated Friday evening as local Black business owners filled the Lied Center with their creations, and community members funneled in support.
Lawrence city commissioners on Tuesday took a final vote to approve tax breaks for First Management Inc. to renovate a long-vacant downtown building into its corporate headquarters.
August is National Black Business Month, and the Lawrence community is invited to celebrate its Black businesses during a vendor market.
The Douglas County Commission on Wednesday voted 2-1 in favor of tax breaks for First Management Inc. to renovate a downtown building into its new corporate headquarters.
The Lawrence school board on Monday voted 4-3 to approve tax breaks for First Management Inc. to renovate a downtown building into its new corporate headquarters.