Chrissy Mayer of DCCCA led a free training session this week on how to acquire, store and administer Narcan in case someone overdoses on opioids.
When Natalia Leistner saw a need for local medical options that cater to Spanish-speaking community members, she took action.
Barbara Mullen, a former elementary school teacher, discovered something during the pandemic that disturbed her: kids she was teaching couldn’t read. She’s planning a free seminar to help parents give their kids a reading boost.
Hillary Jones, a single mom and disabled veteran, felt frustrated and powerless when water leaks sprang up at her former Lawrence home. She blames mold for aggravating her kids’ asthma and wants accountability within a system she views as once helping her family but ultimately failing it.
Water leaks can wreak havoc on one’s home and finances. Here’s how to handle a sudden increase in water charges and where to go for help in Lawrence.
Community members gathered at the Lawrence Public Library’s How-To Festival Saturday to learn about a slew of hobbies, topics, volunteer opportunities and more.
Harmonic Connections will host a series of free therapeutic choir events to help stroke survivors and people with Parkinson’s disease beginning Thursday, according to owner Emily Bachert.
Children ages 18 and younger will be able to eat a free lunch on weekdays at six locations in Lawrence throughout the summer, starting June 5.
The Lawrence Public Library is teaming up with Kansas Legal Services to hold a free clinic Wednesday to help transgender people get their gender markers changed on their Kansas birth certificates and IDs before new anti-trans legislation goes into effect.
Douglas County residents are encouraged to bring their disused electronics to a drive-thru recycling event coming up Saturday in Lawrence.
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