Reenactors this weekend will recreate the defense of Lawrence on the very ground where much of the Wakarusa War occurred 168 years ago.
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A T-shirt fundraiser and party with live music and food will support young people skateboarding in Lawrence.
Lawrence Humane Society’s shelter is full, so it’s offering dog and puppy adoptions at heavily discounted rates during its Cozy Paws Adoption Special.
As part of a statewide program, many teachers in the Lawrence school district are choosing to take training on innovative ways to teach children how to read proficiently.
Kiddos from Lawrence and beyond got to have their photos taken with Santa and snack on some cookies Monday.
Ann Dean, a Lawrence artist and photographer, will give a presentation Thursday evening on the impact and inspiration found in Gordon Parks’ books.
Quentin Rials and Zach Harwood are being promoted from interim principals to the permanent positions at Lawrence High School and Lawrence Virtual School, respectively.
In the Baldwin Woods Forest Preserve south of Lawrence, stately oaks and hickories rise 50 to 100 feet into the air. But far below their canopy, something worries scientists.
Winter flocks have come together. Concentrated further with each snow storm we get chickadees, cardinals, bluejays, juncos, nuthatches and titmouse; give yourself a ringside seat by putting out a birdfeeder this winter.
Lawrence school board members on Monday will hear a report on the district’s curriculum and structured literacy and consider adding some STEM courses.
Despite the cold and snowy weather outside Saturday night, dozens of community members came out to Van Go to celebrate the launch of the young artists’ annual art show and sale.
Stephen Earle Glass, 79, of Lawrence, was found safe Sunday morning, according to an update from the Lawrence Police Department.
Organizers are aiming to uplift inclusivity in the Lawrence holiday market scene with a new event this December, and there’s still room for more vendors to sign up.
Community members flocked to Bizarre Bazaar, the annual two-day art market that kicks off the holiday season in Lawrence, as it opened Friday evening at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Santa Claus found himself stuck on the roof of Weaver’s Department Store once again Friday night, but first responders with Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical came to the rescue.
“Let’s have a parade!”
Those words kick off a local holiday tradition: the Lawrence Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade. This year’s will be the 30th.