DCCCA leadership Thursday morning broke ground for a new outpatient facility in eastern Lawrence that will house behavioral health, family preservation, prevention, and foster parent/adoption services.
U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Deb Haaland called the graduates who attended Friday morning’s commencement ceremony at Haskell Indian Nations University “a dream that our ancestors had.”
After a hiatus of more than two years, members of the New Horizons Band of Lawrence played a show Friday at Meadowlark Estates. The band has two more performances coming up.
Filmmaker John Waters returned to Lawrence for “False Negative: An Evening with John Waters” as part of the Free State Festival Thursday night.
KU fans: As promised, here are more photos capturing the joy that erupted downtown after the Jayhawks’ remarkable comeback. Remember Mass Street closes at 3 a.m. and the parade starts at 2 p.m.
The Lawrence St. Patrick’s Day Parade committee awarded three area organizations a total of $69,000 on Friday to support their work with children.
An eighth grade student at Liberty Memorial Central Middle School took home the title of state spelling bee champion over the weekend, and he’ll compete at the national bee this summer.
Many Lawrence community members gathered Sunday afternoon at 11th and Massachusetts streets to show their support for Ukraine as Russia continues its invasion.
The young artists of Van Go and members of the Lawrence Restaurant Association on Saturday celebrated the completion of a new mural, “Sustenance,” in downtown Lawrence.
Lawrence nonprofit Audio-Reader is celebrating 50 years of service to the blind, visually impaired, and print disabled. Several volunteers were recently recognized for outstanding years of service.
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