Community members, Lawrence Chamber of Commerce staff members and Lawrence city commissioners gathered Monday to celebrate the end of the East 23rd Street reconstruction project finally coming into clear view on the horizon.
Lawrence school board candidates during the Chamber’s forum on Wednesday gave their thoughts on past board decisions as well as their visions for public education if they’re elected.
Lawrence City Commission candidates on Wednesday morning answered questions about tax systems, expanding businesses and more during a forum hosted by the Chamber of Lawrence.
Getting ready to vote? Here are the Lawrence City Commission candidates’ experience, how they view the strategic plan to minimize homelessness, and how they prioritize developing home ownership opportunities.
Inadequate state funding for public schools and special education has greatly contributed to the Lawrence school district’s current budget crisis and a need to consolidate schools, district leaders told the crowd at a Chamber luncheon Wednesday.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners are invited to participate in a town hall about strengthening equitable resources in local entrepreneurship.
Lawrence will always persevere, and we know what we value, Mayor Courtney Shipley said during her State of the City address on Tuesday.
Linda Robinson was announced Tuesday as Lawrence’s 2020 ATHENA Award winner. The Chamber, Lawrence, Kansas, […]
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