A quick guide to why Lawrence city elections matter, how to register to vote fast, how to vote from your couch on your own time, and more. Tuesday, Oct. 12 is the deadline to register.
If you’re getting married in September and you need a Kansas marriage license, the time to apply for it is right now.
Preventable fires at three homes in Lawrence within the past week have firefighters sounding alarms. Here are some tips to stay safe.
Updated at 11:04 p.m. Friday: Starting Saturday, there will be no federal legal protections in place to stop evictions, which could mean a lot of people will lose housing. If you’re at risk in Lawrence, here are some resources to help.
Legal experts say just because you received care doesn’t entitle a hospital to a bonkers high price. Still, fighting an unreasonable bill takes some work. Here’s how to do it.
Plus: How to request a mail ballot and where to vote early
Although many Douglas County District Court hearings are still occurring via Zoom videoconferencing, few are now being publicly livestreamed on YouTube, in large part because of the burden to court staff.
Listings of free meals available in Lawrence by day of the week, time, and location.
A new web portal will allow those in need to file for protection orders in any Kansas county online. The goal, in part, is to expand access for those who might not be able to get to a courthouse in person to file paperwork.
As vaccination information in Douglas County continues to develop and change, The Lawrence Times will keep the community updated here — in what we hope can be a singular source of all pertinent information.
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