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Unionized workers and allies were picketing Thursday morning outside Starbucks, in solidarity with a national movement pushing for better working conditions at the massive corporate coffee chain.
City officials are considering eliminating more than 300 downtown Lawrence parking spaces to build mixed-use buildings that could include a bus hub, a grocery store, affordable housing and more.
Dirty Dough in west Lawrence is now serving up cookies that wrap around candy, ooze fudge and caramel, and have smaller cookies baked inside of them.
The long-awaited 92Chicken, a Korean-style fried chicken restaurant at Sixth and Wakarusa, is finally open for business.
The Granada Theater in downtown Lawrence is celebrating a big milestone, and it’s inviting the whole community to the party.
Staff members of the Lawrence Community Shelter are unionizing with CWA Local 6400 and have asked management to voluntarily recognize the union.
It was extremely fortunate timing when Mia Morrow, sous chef at Saltwell Farm Kitchen, started locking up the restaurant right before the dryer burst into flames.
The Merc Co+op will soon celebrate a new mural on the outside of its building that aims to inspire shoppers to value the people who grow the food they buy.
The Kaw Valley Farm Tour this weekend will offer participants a chance to get an up-close look at how local foods, fibers and more are produced.
Evergy is close to a deal with state regulators that would reduce electric rates in the Kansas City area and raise costs for the company’s other Kansas customers, including those in Lawrence.
Amid ongoing hardships and financial struggles, Decade, the East Lawrence coffee shop and cafe, will soon close its doors permanently.
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.