The city’s Sustainability Advisory Board on Thursday will hold a special meeting to discuss a draft ordinance that would prohibit establishments from providing or selling single-use disposable plastic bags.
Douglas County’s top prosecutor says her office has not yet issued any notices for violating laws regulating the sale of certain forms of THC products, and Lawrence business owners would like to keep it that way.
But some proprietors fear that “One or two of these people are going to ruin it for everyone else.”
After hearing from more than a dozen neighbors opposed to to a request that would have allowed a Dutch Bros Coffee location on 23rd Street, the Lawrence City Commission voted 3-2 against the plan.
Workers of the Starbucks at 23rd and Ousdahl in Lawrence have voted 19-3 to unionize their store.
Silks are where DeAnna Mylander’s love of dance, gymnastics and rock climbing converge. Aerial athletic practice is also artistic, she said. She’s opening a studio in Lawrence called Inspired Aerial Arts, and those who are interested can try silks at an event this Saturday.
A new law will provide $50 million to reimburse Kansas small businesses that suffered early in the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Raven Book Store has been selected for the biggest award a bookstore in America can receive.
The Legislature voted Monday to send tax-reform legislation to Gov. Laura Kelly, but not before a Senate Republican supporting the bill insisted the governor receive no credit for earmarking $50 million to reimburse small businesses that suffered in early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The power of the Kansas cattle industry means grocery shoppers in the state won’t be buying anything called sausage or burger unless it’s made of animal parts.
Almost from the moment it was launched nearly 50 years ago, the Lawrence Arts Center found itself scrambling for space. Now, it may have solved its space problems.