As long-lasting construction work on East 23rd Street nears its end, Lawrence community members are invited to a gathering to celebrate.
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The 5K Home Run benefitting Family Promise of Lawrence will bring athletes to South Park over the long weekend for the organization’s first in-person race in three years.
The Lawrence school district has cut six dozen education positions, 11.5 classified staff positions and 6.5 district-level administrator positions, according to a staff presentation Monday evening.
Julie Henry has been selected as director of nutrition and wellness for the Lawrence school district, according to an announcement Monday.
As the city formulates its 2023 budget, some social services leaders and advisory board members want more transparency, equity and public engagement in the process used to distribute funding for social service agencies.
Free State High School’s commencement has been moved to Thursday evening because of bad weather predicted for Tuesday.
Oxeye daisy is a “naturalized” prairie wildflower that some consider invasive, but it is an important food source for many pollinators, such as this beetle.
The Lawrence school board on Monday will hear updates on multi-age classrooms and staffing reductions following $6.41M in budget cuts, the new Montessori program, and state accreditation.
The Kansas City Parade of Hearts has unveiled a special heart sculpture to honor the 2022 National Championship-winning Jayhawks, and it’s now on display outside Allen Fieldhouse.
Dozens of Lawrence Virtual School graduates crossed the stage to collect their diplomas Saturday, and dozens of others not present in person were celebrated along with them.
A former neighbor said she knew what happened as soon as she saw Regan Gibbs’ face on the news. She’d called police twice after witnessing altercations in the apartment complex parking lot.
The Lawrence school district on Friday announced three new administrator selections.
Regan Gibbs’ mother and four sisters traveled to Lawrence on Friday to share memories of her and ask the public never to ignore signs of domestic violence.
Mary Doveton, who founded what was then called Lawrence Community Theatre in 1977 and has remained at the helm for more than four decades, will soon be retiring as executive director of Theatre Lawrence.
Some, but not all, election filing deadlines are different this year because of the delay caused by redistricting.
Hundreds of community members gathered in Eudora Thursday evening for a candlelight vigil to honor and memorialize Brooklyn Brouhard.