A new online resource launched this week to help Lawrence and Douglas County parents, families, caregivers and early childhood professionals support kids from birth to age 5.
Free summer lunches are available for children at community sites in Lawrence, Baldwin City and Eudora, and one Lawrence site will also start serving breakfasts this week.
A group of local people and organizations have collaborated to create a guide to the most accessible routes along the Lawrence Loop.
A non-judgment, inclusive period pantry founded by Lawrence teens has gone mobile as organizers gear up for a fundraiser they hope will fill their new tricycle’s basket.
A panel of local mental health experts will engage in a discussion to “increase our awareness and break down the stigma surrounding mental health,” according to the Lawrence Public Library.
The Lawrence Humane Society has been shifting its focus away from bringing animals in need into the shelter to instead providing support to people struggling to keep their own pets at home.
Heartland Community Health Center, Lawrence’s safety net health clinic, has opened a pharmacy that “enables Heartland to stretch scarce federal resources as far as possible.”
University of Kansas law students want to help with your taxes for free.
Organizers of an upcoming workshop aim to offer information, break down barriers and empower community members to navigate resources for mental illness and addiction in Douglas County.
Lawrence drivers are struggling with gas prices approaching $4 a gallon. Here’s how to spot and report price gouging and improve fuel efficiency to make every drop count.
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