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Holiday shoppers will have the opportunity to buy wares shaped, crafted and fashioned by local young entrepreneurs Saturday.
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The Baldwin family, who have owned a farm in western Douglas County for 100 years, have now opened a pumpkin patch and corn maze that will be open for the month of October.
The Kansas Jayhawks football team is 5-0, ranked 19th in the AP poll and angling for its first postseason bowl game appearance since 2008. And the team’s surprising success on the field is rippling through the community.
The Lawrence Times news team on Thursday announced two prestigious new awards and an honorable mention recognizing the publication’s community journalism and investigative prowess.
Maya Hodison, equity reporter, has been named engagement director for The Lawrence Times. She’ll work to advance one of the most important tenets of our mission: connecting closely with our community.
Kansas hospital spending grew 13% in 2020, at a faster rate than the national average. That could mean higher health insurance premiums.
Chris Leiszler is one Lawrencian unaffected by the lack of a Spirit Halloween store this year: crafting costumes in lieu of store-bought ones is his specialty.
A shortage of health care workers in Kansas has created a crisis at nursing homes, which are closing even as the state’s population continues to age.
A panel discussion Saturday morning will bring together leaders of several Lawrence and Douglas County-area labor unions.
Johnson and Douglas counties approved regulations allowing the construction of what would be the largest utility-scale solar farm in Kansas. But while residents say they support green energy, there’s a vocal contingent pushing back against building 2,000 acres of panels so close to their communities.
A few months in as interim executive director of Just Food, Brett Salsbury has decided to return to his previous home of Las Vegas to pursue other career opportunities.
Food service workers at Pioneer Ridge Retirement Community in Lawrence have filed for an election to join Teamsters Local 696, according to a news release from the union.
Come rain or shine, Downtown Lawrence businesses were ready to welcome the community Saturday morning for the annual Sidewalk Sale.
“Donut” freak out. Lawrence is getting another donut option, and it debuts Saturday.
Following a comfortably warm reception last year of a Sidewalk Sale on a September day, slightly cooler than the usual scorching heat of peak summer in Lawrence, this year’s event is set for this Saturday.
Over the course of three and a half decades, The Raven has overcome odds that have been insurmountable for many other book stores. And this September, it will celebrate 35 years serving the Lawrence community.
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