In the photo at the top of this page, Lawrence author and musician Melvin Litton performs at Kaw Valley Public House. Check out our story about Litton at this link.
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Lawrence’s hospital has had zero COVID-19 inpatients for two days in a row, according to a community update Wednesday.
Kansas Rep. and Lawrence local Christina Haswood has been nominated for the Gabrielle Giffords Rising Star Award, which recognizes an “extraordinary woman” serving in state or local office.
City of Lawrence transit staff members have published the final scenario of bus route redesigns, which include some Sunday service and improved access to grocery stores for those who live in underserved areas of town.
University of Kansas law students want to help with your taxes for free.
The University Press of Kansas will host a free, virtual event next week to commemorate the completion of Kansas Open Books, an initiative to digitize books that are no longer in print and make them freely available online.
Leaves are emerging from woodland gooseberries in northeast Kansas, with a few false rue anemone emerging. The dry weather has meant a slower spring woodland wildflower season, but this week’s rains may change that, so go take a look!
An art exhibit featuring works by Cara Romero and emerging artists involved with the Indigenous Arts Initiative will be a highlight of this month’s Final Friday.
Any loving pet owner can tell you that their pet is, indeed, the cutest pet. Now there’s a chance to back up that claim with statistics and get your babies the recognition they deserve, all while supporting the Lawrence Humane Society.
Douglas County residents will have the opportunity to recycle virtually any electronics next month during a spring e-cleaning dropoff event.
A Lawrence springtime staple returned to Massachusetts Street this afternoon, bringing with it thousands of smiling faces.
The Kansas Food Truck Festival is returning to Lawrence this spring with global cuisine, live entertainment and an art market to help support Just Food, the Douglas County food bank.
Although many yearn to be Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, there’s a trio of sisters in the Deerfield neighborhood who actually hail from the west coast of Ireland — Galway, to be exact. And they know their Irish dance moves.