More than two dozen people gathered Wednesday to share their thoughts, concerns and plans for action to help Lawrence community members experiencing homelessness.
The all-horse Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade returned to downtown Lawrence Saturday, drawing spectators who lined Massachusetts Street and beyond to see all the sights.
Police found a man dead from a gunshot wound in a Lawrence apartment Wednesday night after they had attempted to serve a warrant.
Kiddos from Lawrence and beyond got to have their photos taken with Santa and snack on some cookies Monday.
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.
The Festival of Trees has a new location and new nightlife events this year, and its staple — a display of donated trees, wreaths and more with unique designs and themes — is ready for viewing hours, beginning Friday.
The Jayhawks fell to the Wildcats Saturday in KU’s last game at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium in its current form.
Community members of all ages gathered Thursday to celebrate a big advancement in early childhood care and services that will be available to Lawrence families.
Unionized workers and allies were picketing Thursday morning outside Starbucks, in solidarity with a national movement pushing for better working conditions at the massive corporate coffee chain.
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