PAL-CWA — the union that represents hourly Lawrence Public Schools employees — has launched a public campaign in support of its members’ demand for a $3-an-hour raise.
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We asked the Lawrence school board candidates what they think of the district’s now-universal mask mandate and, if elected, would they encourage district administrators to lift the mask mandate or keep it in place?
Updated at 11:04 p.m. Friday: Starting Saturday, there will be no federal legal protections in place to stop evictions, which could mean a lot of people will lose housing. If you’re at risk in Lawrence, here are some resources to help.
Anyone in need of a COVID-19 vaccine can get one without an appointment at Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health starting Monday, Aug. 2.
A European ferret who participated in an experimental cloning program to try to save endangered black-footed ferrets has found a new home at Lawrence’s Prairie Park Nature Center, according to the city.
Researchers who have been gathering data to determine whether racial-, ethnic- and other bias-based policing is a problem in Lawrence and Douglas County will present their preliminary findings on Monday, Aug. 9.
University of Kansas Athletics Director Travis Goff on Friday announced the launch of a new department program designed to help KU athletes navigate their newfound ability to profit off the use of their name, image and likeness.
The Lawrence Times has published an interactive statistics dashboard for COVID-19 cases, vaccinations and more in Lawrence and Douglas County.
Starting Monday, the westbound lane of 19th Street will be closed from Mississippi Street to Maine Street, according to a news release from the city of Lawrence.
Imagine entering a room full of famous women from the past and present who have inspired world change. Imagine the feeling of awe that would follow. That is the exact atmosphere Lawrence artist John Sebelius, 37, aims to simulate with his upcoming art exhibition, “Powerful Women.”
Story updated at 5:07 p.m. Tuesday: Following updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health issued a news release encouraging locals ages 2 and older to wear masks indoors, regardless of their vaccination status.