Lawrence is expected to be dangerously hot over the next several days, according to the National Weather Service.
Kicks 4 Kids will return this weekend, offering kids and young adults free shoes to wear into the new school year.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Kansas will soon offer a free educational program to help people best support their loved ones who are living with mental health conditions.
Lawrence community members on Friday can get connected to resources and chat with staff members from local social service agencies including some related to retirement, health care, pets, and more.
Community members will have an opportunity to offer their ideas, opinions and needs about Bert Nash Community Mental Health Center during two listening sessions set for Thursday, Sept. 29.
As part of its efforts to serve the Lawrence community, Victory Bible Church this Saturday will hold a free eyeglass clinic for anyone ages 15 and older, according to Pastor Leo Barbee Jr.
Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health is offering long-term birth control, including an arm implant and two types of IUDs, with flexible payment options.
The federal program that was providing universal free meals for all students amid the pandemic has been discontinued. Here’s how to apply for free or reduced-price meals for the 2022-23 school year in Lawrence Public Schools.
At the end of the day, both the driver getting pulled over and the officer making the stop want to make it home safely. A Lawrence police lieutenant and a prosecutor on Saturday shared some advice on how to do that, plus other rights you should know.
Kids can get dental fluoride treatments and sports physicals, and the whole family can get COVID-19 vaccines and have some fun at the free “Panda-Monium” Summer Party this weekend.
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