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Alia León has had a knack for entrepreneurship since she was around 8 years old. Now 14, she’s encouraging other young folks to participate in the Lawrence Youth Makers Market and inviting the community to come shop.
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With lots of hard work and a great team surrounding them, Shantel Grace and Rozz Petrozz, the founders of Saltwell Farm Kitchen, have opened the abandoned-farmhouse-turned-restaurant to the public with one request: Come as you are.
A revised economic forecast for Kansas projects the state will collect $407.8 million more than previously expected in the upcoming fiscal year, adding to a budget surplus that could be used to eliminate the 6.5% state sales tax on food.
Gov. Laura Kelly signed Wednesday a $16 billion state budget backed by most lawmakers from both parties, including an extension of postpartum Medicaid coverage, a fully funded water plan and rainy day money.
No matter what happens this weekend, there will be something to look forward to on Monday. Torchy’s Tacos in Lawrence is offering one free taco of your choice and one free green chile queso to everyone who stops by the restaurant.
The workers at Starbucks at 23rd and Ousdahl in Lawrence announced Monday their intent to form a union.
Retired Holton mechanic Jim Ricketts, 71, is a criminal. That’s because in order to ease the pain of injuries he suffered in a pair of car crashes, he relies on smoking pot — which has allowed him to stop taking opioids.
Lawrence’s population of tech workers is growing fast, and a local industry leader says that could mean even bigger job growth in the near future.
Lawrence drivers are struggling with gas prices approaching $4 a gallon. Here’s how to spot and report price gouging and improve fuel efficiency to make every drop count.
Two Lawrence educators are opening Limestone Community School this August as an alternative elementary option that will emphasize project-based learning, outdoor education and more.
Tiffany Lewis wants to leave a legacy — for her children, her grandchildren and beyond. That desire, coupled with a growing compulsion to speak up when things aren’t right, have inspired her to launch her own business.
The Paper Plains Literary Festival on Thursday announced Angeline Boulley, Sarah Smarsh, and Colson Whitehead as keynote speakers for the inaugural in-person festival, slated for April 8 and 9.
Mobile payment options added to metered parking in downtown Lawrence have provided a new level of convenience for many shoppers and diners, but the change has left others fighting tickets and feeling frustrated.
With aspirations to level up from online shoe resales, business partners Anthony Wahquah, 19, and Riley Henley, 20, opened Soled Out LK in October, reaching their goal of owning a shoe store in their hometown of Lawrence by age 21 with time to spare.
The ownership structure of Lawrence’s Raven Book Store — fresh off an August move to its new Massachusetts Street home — expanded Monday, owner Danny Caine announced.
The Sundance Film Festival and Wichita’s mama.film will bring world premieres of comedies, period pieces, dramas and documentaries to Liberty Hall next month as part of the Sundance Satellite Screen program.