The Lawrence school district’s Futures Planning Committee members expressed frustration during their meeting Thursday evening, saying that the process to select and implement a budget cut proposal has felt performative rather than collaborative.
Everyone is welcome to feast their eyes on the Lawrence Arts Center’s newest exhibition, purchase bowls and prints, and bid on handcrafted platters when the Souper Bowl fundraiser returns.
For the first time in two years, New York Elementary School held an in-person community meal in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Couples, singles and foodies alike, rejoice: Valentine’s Day is sure to bring fun for all this year. The city is seeking both market vendors and cocoa enthusiasts ready to bring their A-game to the first annual Valentine’s Day Market and Hot Cocoa Contest.
Lawrence community members gathered outside the Lawrence Public Library Wednesday to watch Rabbi Zalman Tiechtel of the Chabad Center for Jewish Life light a 9-foot-tall menorah.
Families gathered in the Lawrence Public Library auditorium Tuesday to hear Rabbi Zalman Tiechtel tell the story of Hanukkah, snack on latkes and applesauce, and help make olive oil and wicks to use in a menorah.
The Chabad Center for Jewish Life will host two communitywide Hanukkah celebrations downtown next week, focusing on spreading love and light to counter darkness.
The annual Lawrence Farmers’ Market holiday market was a hit yet again Saturday. Lawrencians gathered at the Douglas County Fairgrounds open pavilion to stock up on a variety of goods from more than 40 vendors.
The Lawrence Farmers’ Market’s annual holiday market event will return Saturday to the Douglas County Fairgrounds open pavilion.
Longtime Lawrence resident and KU Law alum Carl Folsom III was sworn in as a Douglas County District Court judge Friday in the company of his family and many friends.
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