The Lawrence City Commission heard a presentation on Tuesday night about a transportation project that seeks to add connectivity and access to the Kansas River.
In less than four months, the office at the University of Kansas that receives and investigates reports of sexual and gender-based violence has undergone a rebranding and replaced all but one of its staff members — including the former director — unbeknownst to most of the KU community.
A COVID-19 testing program used since August in the Eudora school district aims to reduce quarantines. Students and staff exposed to a positive case can “test out” of quarantine as long as they don’t have symptoms and continue to test negative for the virus.
The Douglas County Commission on Wednesday will discuss a possible extension of the countywide mask mandate for kids put into place last month.
Lawrence health officials are ready and waiting for the FDA to give the word about COVID-19 booster doses, according to a community update from LMH Health. Also, here’s an update on COVID-19 inpatients by vaccination status.
School and business leaders are gearing up to celebrate an inclusive playground for youngsters on Lawrence’s southeast side.
It’s a great time of year to take walks in nature and see its abundant beauty.
As we near the general election on Nov. 2, several local groups are planning candidate forums to help Lawrence voters make up their minds.
The Lawrence Art Guild’s Art in the Park returned to South Park on Saturday. Festivities resume from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Earl Moise, one of the best-known master plumbers in Lawrence, has been passionate about the craft ever since graduating from high school. With each pipe he hand-cut, he fell more and more in love.
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